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Sully Baseball Podcast - Questions about potential managers who aren't getting hired - September 16, 2017

There are at least 4 and maybe as many as 7 managerial openings in baseball at the end of this season. A group of candidates, including Dave Martinez, Joey Cora and Jose Oquendo, are still available. 98 more words

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The curious case of Gilberto Reyes

With 19-year-old Keibert Reyes being promoted to AA this week to help Tulsa with their postseason run I was curious if any Dodger catching prospect had ever made it to AA while still a teenager. 429 more words

A long work day, but Halos prevail, 11-9

On Labor Day, the Los Angeles Angels and Oakland A’s had to work overtime, but it was a holiday only for the Orange County team, prevailing 11-9 in 10 innings. 231 more words

Los Angeles Angels Of Anaheim

Angels take a step back; Bruins stun A&M

It’s a September cliche, but it’s true; every game in this decisive month counts extra. Win one, lose one, is not the path to glory, or the post-season. 253 more words

Los Angeles Angels Of Anaheim

Another rally, another win for the Halos

By Pete Zarustica

The Los Angeles Angels got their 40th come-from-behind victory Saturday night, defeating the Texas Rangers 7-4 in Arlington. That’s the “its not over until it’s over” spirit that’s kept the team in the running for a berth in the post-season playoffs. 316 more words

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Scioscia: Despite Asterisk, Bonds, Not Maris, Is True Home Run King

Giancarlo Stanton has hit 51 home runs this season. He’s on pace for 63, which would put him two homers ahead of Roger Maris’ 61. Maris ranks seventh on the all-time single-season home run list, but for many, he is still king. 470 more words

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Halos still hitting the brakes with 2-1 loss

The Los Angeles Angels are picking a bad time to take their foot off the gas pedal. After a stretch in which they won 10 of 13 games, the Halos lost 2-1 to the Houston Astros Friday night in Anaheim for their fourth loss in five contests. 200 more words

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