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A.L. Central Update

It is down to four and a half games, the Cleveland Indians’ lead in the A.L. Central that is.

Additionally while the second place Detroit Tigers are hosting the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim, (why do I fear that the over rated but still good Angels’ manager Mike Scioscia, especially with a change of scenery, could end up in New York next season?!), the Indians are in the midst of a four game series at Texas vs the current A.L. 66 more words

Shoe, Mike & Al lead Halos' 8-2 win

By Pete Zarustica

Potential is what you have when you don’t succeed … yet. The Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim on Wednesday night showcased the kind of team they could have been in 2016 if things had come together as hoped. 297 more words

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Sully Baseball Podcast Rewind - August 24, 2013

On August 24, 2013, I wondered who should take the blame for the floundering Angels.

Enjoy this Podcast Rewind.

Sully Baseball Daily Podcast – August 24, 2013

Sully Baseball Daily Podcast

Skaggs slammed as Angels fall again

By Pete Zarustica

This may be a bit late to say this, but is it time to stick a fork in the 2016 season of the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim? 232 more words

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Sully Baseball Podcast Rewind - August 21, 2013

On August 21, 2013, I said Mike Scioscia’s days in Anaheim were numbered.

And he is still there.

Go figure.

Enjoy this Podcast rewind

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Current World Series Winning Managers

In addition to Bruce Bochy and Terry Francona, four current big league managers have guided World Series winners.

One such manager is the current Boston skipper, John Farrell, the only manager other than Francona, to lead the Boston Red Sox to a title in the past 98 years. 49 more words

Lead lost, and so is 10th straight game

By Pete Zarustica

Even an early three-run lead isn’t enough for the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim these days, as the Halos lost 5-4 to the Cleveland Indians Sunday in Ohio. 230 more words

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