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Late rally leads Bosox to 5-3 win

By Pete Zarustica

Back in their glory days of about a decade ago, the Los Angeles (or California or Anaheim) Angels delighted the fans at the Big A with stirring rallies, often accompanied by the urging of a monkey. 340 more words

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This Day in Padres History -- July 28

July 28, 1972 – Right-hander Clay Kirby allows one run on five hits in a complete game and third baseman Dave Roberts homers and drives in two runs as the Padres defeat division-leading Cincinnati 3-1 at San Diego Stadium. 117 more words

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7 MLB players likely to be traded before Monday's trade deadline

Major League Baseball’s annual non-waiver trade deadline happens this Monday, and plenty of current contenders will likely bulk up on talent to fortify their rosters for the stretch run. 1,289 more words


Trade Deadline: 6 Pitchers Who Can Save The Giants Bullpen

The Aug. 1 MLB trade deadline is fast approaching and after a 2-8 stretch since the All-Star break, the San Francisco Giants are looking for some pitching help. 778 more words


Bases-Loaded Sac Fly In Bottom Of The Ninth Lifts Angels Over A's. 7-6

ANAHEIM (AP)  —  Jeffry Marte drove in Mike Trout with a game-ending sacrifice fly, and the Los Angeles Angels stopped a six-game losing streak with a 7-6 win against the Oakland Athletics on Sunday. 308 more words


Angels Activate Closer Huston Street From Disabled List

LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — In a slew of roster moves, the Angels activated closer Huston Street from the disabled list on Monday.

Street is returning from a strained oblique he suffered while warming up in Kansas City in April.  47 more words


Huston Street lands on DL. Who'll close for the Angels?

Los Angeles Angels

Closer: Joe Smith
Next: Fernando Salas
Watch: Mike Morin
DL: Huston Street

A strained oblique is the reason for Street’s latest stint on the disabled list. 296 more words