Los Angeles Angels News Today
April 1st, 2010
The Squeeze: Angels 11, Cubs 0
Five Angels pitchers led by Jered Weaver held the Cubs to only two hits and the Angel bats had a big game in an 11-0 victory at HoHoKam Park in Mesa Wednesday.
Angel baseball heading to Los Angeles too
The Los Angeles Angels, AM 830 and 710 ESPN Radio have entered a new agreement that will bring national sports programming to AM 830 and at least 60 Angels game to AM 710.
Weaver’s Opening Day start still a secret
Right-hander Jered Weaver finished off his spring with an outstanding start against the Cubs. He allowed just one hit over five innings while striking out nine Wednesday.
Three homers boost Angels over Cubs
Napoli, Bourjos, Evans go deep; Weaver nearly hitless
Weaver makes case to start opener
Halos righty fans nine in five innings in final spring outing
Kendry Morales’ star is on the rise
After an MVP-caliber 2009 season, the first baseman is an important part of the Angels’ lineup and will help fill the hole left by Vladimir Guerrero’s departure.
Willits could be headed to DL
The Angels announced Wednesday that reserve outfielder Reggie Willits will remain in Arizona over the weekend after the rest of the team returns to Southern California, leading to the likelihood that Willits will open the season on the disabled list.
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