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OAKLAND -- If the Angels were looking for proof positive they can make a late push for the postseason, they got it this week. Los Angeles capped a three-game sweep of the A's -- its first over the NorCal rivals since October 2009 -- with Wednesday's 7-1 win with 15,404 in attendance. The Angels not only beat but dominated a team that had won nine straight and trailed only seven innings during the streak. Against Los Angeles, Oakland never led and got outscored 21-5 in the three games. Dan Haren (10-10) set the tone with seven strikeouts in his six innings of work to lead Los Angeles to its 12th win in 15 games and ninth of 12 on the road. Haren worked out of jams in the third and fourth innings, leaving the bases loaded once and stranding five in all. He pitched to the minimum in the first, second, fifth and sixth innings and retired the final seven batters he faced. In winning for the first time in four starts on the road, the one-time Athletic allowed three hit...
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Our own AngelsWin.com Salt Lake Bees representative Rick Dykhuizen caught up with Angels prospect reliever Steven Geltz for a brief interview this past week.
Gelt posted a 3.05 ERA, fanned 70 over 59 innings, while limiting the opposition to a .199 batting average against him. In his brief major league debut, Geltz gave up a run in two innings of work, striking out one while...
By Scot Stedman - AngelsWin.com Minor League Reporter
Salt Lake Bees - The Bees will wrap up the season on Monday, after having gone 1-6 in their last 7 games, and missing the playoffs. Third baseman Luis Jimenez will enter the final game hitting .309 with a .826 OPS and much improved defense. As always, the knock on Jimenez is his plate discipline, as underscored...
OAKLAND Jered Weaver was in no mood to discuss his bruised right shoulder on Tuesday, and Manager Mike Scioscia said nothing has changed since Monday, when the Angels were in a wait-and-see mode concerning Weavers next start.
But it is appearing more and more likely that Weaver, who took a hard Dustin Ackley line drive to the shoulder in the fifth inning of Sundays game in Seattle...
Los Angeles Angels ace Jered Weaver has returned to Southern California for further examination of his bruised right arm and will likely miss his next start Friday against Detroit.
Angels manager Mike Scioscia said before Wednesday's series finale at Oakland that Weaver was back in the Los Angeles area to have his arm checked by Dr. Lewis Yocum. With an off day Thursday, each...
ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) - Los Angeles Angels ace Jered Weaver will miss his scheduled start Friday while recovering from tendinitis.The Angels confirmed Thursday that Weaver will miss his turn in the opener of a key home series against Detroit. Both teams are in the thick of the AL wild card race.Los Angeles said the club will announce Weaver's next start this weekend, likely indicating...
OAKLAND, Calif. -- Los Angeles Angels ace Jered Weaver has returned to Southern California for further examination of his bruised right arm and will likely miss his next start Friday against Detroit. Angels manager Mike Scioscia said before Wednesday's series finale at Oakland that Weaver was back in the Los Angeles area to have his arm checked by Dr. Lewis Yocum. With an off...
Angels' ace and Cy Young candidate Jered Weaver will miss at least one start with right shoulder tendinitis. Weaver (16-4, 2.86 ERA) was scratched from his scheduled start Friday against the Tigers and the Angels will decide when he'll next appear on the mound after evaluating his progress early next week. The Angels adjusted their rotation for the three-game series...
The September 4th, 2012 edition of daily news for the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim including Weaver might miss his next start, Hunter open to singing with the Red Sox, all kinds of concern over Trumbo's prolonged slump and much more...
The Story: Jered Weaver might miss his next start after being stuck in the shoulder by a line drive.
The Monkey Says: Just when things...
Get that monkey off your back and things begin to work themselves out.
For the most part, that’s what it seems like for Scott Kazmir and his comeback with the Independent Sugar Land Skeeters.
Only a few days after picking up his first professional win in over two years, Kazmir picked up his second straight victory going five plus innings, allowing two earned runs on seven...
OAKLAND -- If the Angels were looking for proof positive they can make a late push for the postseason, they got it this week. Los Angeles capped a three-game sweep of the A's -- its first over the NorCal rivals since October 2009 -- with Wednesday's 7-1 win with 15,404 in attendance. "We knew we had to get all three," Angels winning pitcher Dan Haren (10-10...
Glowing stories written about dynamic Los Angeles Angels rookie Mike Trout this summer often referred to his potential to become one of the youngest batting champions -- and MVPs -- in baseball history as almost a fait accompli. That has decidedly changed as baseball enters its final month. Detroit Tigers third baseman Miguel Cabrera has caught Trout for the AL lead in batting...
Happy Birthday to Nick Maronde, and what a generous man he is. Giving US the gift of a smooth Angels victory on his special day. Goodness what a guy, keeping the Angels bullpen from imploding on top of itself after a rough but highly effective outing by Dan Haren that was almost ruined by Garrett Richards. I don't know what your guys obsession with Richards "potential...
Brandon McCarthy has left in the fourth inning against the Los Angeles Angels after a hard line drive off the bat of Erick Aybar hit Oakland's opening-day starter in the head.
McCarthy had almost no time to react when Aybar lined his 91 mph cutter back Wednesday. The ball bounced off the right side of McCarthy's head, knocking the A's pitcher down. He also landed on...
The A's had their five-series winning streak snapped when the Los Angeles Angels took the first two games of a three-game series at the Coliseum -- and this is just the start of a very challenging stretch for Oakland. After the series finale against Los Angeles on Wednesday, Oakland heads on the road to play 17 of the next 20 games, and the only opponent during that stretch...