Categories Archives: LA Angels

Angels retooling, looking to compete in 2017

The Angels rolled into the Winter Meetings in December with a plan to fill the holes in their roster for 2017 and hopes that they’d get better and maybe a bit — or a lot? — luckier when it comes to injuries. They like their core of posit

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Skaggs shows giving spirit at holiday party

Imagine 11-year-old Tyler Skaggs, a kid from Southern California, a Little Leaguer who loves the Angels and is glued to the television on an October night as he watches his heroes — Troy Glaus, Tim Salmon, Darin Erstad, Garret Anderson — help

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Christmas ‘the best’ for Street and his family

Huston Street is hard at work. The Angels’ veteran relief pitcher is working out daily in his hometown of Austin, Texas, coming back from the knee surgery that ended his season in late July. He says he’s healthy and eager to get right back int

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Full recovery for Carew at top of wish list

Few times of the year are as busy as this one. We’re all in a hurry, it seems, and too often we turn minor tasks into what we perceive as Herculean feats, while no annoyance feels trivial. Every red light, every long line at a checkout counter can s

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Torii Jr. to leave Notre Dame, join Angels

Torii Hunter Jr., son of former Major Leaguer Torii Hunter Sr., announced Thursday on Twitter that he will forgo his fifth year on the Notre Dame football team to pursue a baseball career. Hunter was a 23rd-round pick by the Angels in June’s Draft.

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Angels lay groundwork at Winter Meetings

NATIONAL HARBOR, Md. — Billy Eppler rushed out of an expansive ballroom at the Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center on Thursday morning with a smile on his face and plans in his head. The Angels might not have made any moves during the Wi

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Halos pleased with progress at Winter Meetings

NATIONAL HARBOR, Md. — The Angels still haven’t made a move at the Winter Meetings. But as the sun went down on Washington, D.C., and the ferris wheel by the Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center lit up by the Potomac River on Wednes

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Scioscia confident Angels will rebound in ’17

NATIONAL HARBOR, Md. — Immediately after his team’s disappointing 2016 season, Mike Scioscia expressed confidence that the injury-ravaged Angels were a much better club than their 74-88 record would indicate. After several offseason roster alt

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