Los Angeles Angels News Today
April 2nd, 2010
Trout a single short of spring cycle
Trout hit a long home run in his first at-bat, giving him three hits in four spring at-bats with the Angels — a double, triple and home run.
Angels Mailbag: Any questions?
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AL West roundtable chat review
That amorphous blob labeled “THE MEDIA” has supposedly given the Seattle Mariners universal acclaim as the best team in the west, certain to win the 2010 AL West division title and a Nobel Prize for their GM, Jack Z.
Talk baseball with Harold Reynolds
Fans will have a chance to chat with MLB Network analyst and former major-league player Harold Reynolds Saturday from 10-11 a.m. Reynolds will be previewing the major-league season. The chat will be held at Yakcy — the social media network that’s the brainchild of current Angels’ announcer Victor Rojas.
The Squeeze: Padres 5, Angels 3
The Angels are finally back in town, and while the players were happy to see the Big A, they left Angel Stadium without a win. The good news, these games still don't count.
Wood's time has arrived with Angels
This is the opportunity of a young lifetime for Brandon Wood. Third base became available this winter when Chone Figgins signed a free-agent deal with Seattle, and Wood has put in his claim.
Scioscia tabs Weaver for opening day
ANAHEIM -- For the second time in his career, Angels right-hander Jered Weaver will take the ball on Opening Day when two 2009 playoff teams renew acquaintances.
Saunders enjoys final spring outing
ANAHEIM -- Angels southpaw Joe Saunders kept the ball down and in the strike zone across five innings in his final spring tuneup Thursday night at Angel Stadium, holding the Padres to two earned runs on four hits while striking out four men and getting nine groundouts.
Welcome back, Angels and Dodgers; Los Angeles needs you
It may be hard to believe, but there are some local sports fans who say they never heard of Kirk Gibson's 1988 World Series home run, left, or Scott Spiezio's home run in the 2002 World Series.
Angels’ Scot Shields looks forward, not back
The only remaining holdover from the Angels' 2002 World Series team says he wants to help the current team win one.
Man charged with killing Angels pitcher Nick Adenhart seeks to move trial
A 23-year-old man charged with killing Angels pitcher Nick Adenhart and two others in a Fullerton car crash last year is seeking to move his trial out of Orange County.
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