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Aybar still day-to-day, hopes to return Saturday ...

Angels shortstop Erick Aybar was out of the starting lineup, as expected, on Friday, one day after tweaking his left hamstring while running up the first-base line. 570 more words

Game Preview: Tigers @ Angels - 5/29/15 7:05pm Pacific

Angel Stadium of Anaheim – Anaheim, CA

Detroit Tigers (28-21, 3rd AL Central) @ Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim (24-24, 2nd AL West)

Weather Forecast @ 1st Pitch: Partly Cloudy, 73F, Winds SW 7mph, 0% Chance of Rain… 380 more words

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Aybar still day-to-day with hamstring injury ...

Angels shortstop Erick Aybar felt some tightness in his left hamstring while running down the first-base line in the fifth inning, prompting him to exit Thursday’s 12-2 win early. 215 more words

Nieuwenhuis, Cowgill, Rasmus, Green, Morin, etc. ...

The Angels acquired Kirk Nieuwenhuis from the Mets on Wednesday, and he’s expected to join the team for Thursday’s series opener against the Mets. The Angels will announce a corresponding move after the game. 483 more words

Angels go extra inning, still get blanked in 4-0 loss to SD

Manager Mike Scioscia remains confident his Los Angeles Angels will start scoring again, even after a 10-inning shutout loss that provided little evidence for his faith. 680 more words


Black recalls days with Angels, offers positive updates on Alonso, Morrow

Returning to Angel Stadium in Anaheim sparked memories in Padres manager Bud Black, who was the Angels pitching coach for seven seasons from 2000-2006 before becoming the manager of the Padres. 520 more words

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Angels' offense shut down by Miley in 6-1 loss to Red Sox

Mike Scioscia said before the game that hitters usually look at a few pitches when facing a starter for the first time.

Maybe his hitters should have taken that advice. 617 more words