Los Angeles Angels News Today
April 16th, 2010
Another slow Scioscia start — what’s it mean?
Obviously, most teams that start 6-14 don’t win the World Series. No, really, it’s true! But look past the 2002 season, and there’s definitely a trend for Mike Scioscia-managed teams: The slower the start, the stronger the finish.
Heavenly 9: Ranking the Angels so far
Things haven't been going too great when it comes to Angel baseball. Within the first 10 games this...
Guinness: Angel fans set 'Snuggie' record
The final tally is in. A total of 42,690 Angels baseball fans donned red Hideki Matsui blankies April 6 to set a new Guinness World Record for “the largest gathering of people wearing fleece...
Kazmir’s back, his slider’s still rehabbing
Three things about Kazmir’s first start back
Angels stifled in Bronx finale loss
Matsui tags former team, but Kazmir struggles vs. Yanks
Mike Napoli isn’t happy with lack of playing time
The catcher is upset and has requested a meeting with Manager Mike Scioscia.
Short outings, long balls
Angels starters are off to a shaky start this season, largely because of their inability to keep other teams in the ballpark.
Hunter stays quiet on Jackie Robinson Day
Torii Hunter used to be one of the game's most outspoken players on issues of race, but since a story appeared in a March issue of USA Today quoting Hunter calling dark-skinned Latin players "impostors," he has held his tongue on the topic.
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