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Manager Mike Scioscia says the right-handed pitcher, who signed a minor league contract with the Angels, will have a setup role.Reporting from Tempe, Ariz. — Jason Isringhausen signed a minor league contract with the Angels, but he could have a major impact on the bullpen. Manager Mike Scioscia indicated Thursday that the veteran right-hander is a near-lock to make the club.
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TEMPE, AZ The Angels Wednesday agreed to terms on a minor league contract with RHP Jason Isringhausen. The announcement was made by General Manager Jerry Dipoto.
Isringhausen, 39, appeared in 53 games for the New York Mets in 2011, posting a 3-3 record with seven saves and a 4.05 ERA (46.2 IP 21 ER), walking 24 batters while striking out 44. The righthander recorded 19 holds while...
Veteran right-hander Jason Isringhausen has agreed to a minor league deal with the Los Angeles Angels.
The 39-year-old Isringhausen agreed to the deal Wednesday.
He went 3-3 with a 4.05 ERA while pitching in 53 games for the New York Mets last season, his 15th in the majors.
Isringhausen is third among active players with 300 career saves despite missing most of the 2009 season...
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The Los Angeles Angels have added reliever Jason Isringhausen to the bullpen mix on a minor league deal, Alden Gonzalez of MLB.com reports.
The deal includes an invite to Spring Training and allows Isringhausen to become a free agent if he doesn't make the club.
In 53 appearances for the Mets last season, Isringhausen posted a 4.05 ERA and a 8.5 k/9.
In 14 seasons, Isringhuasen...
Tempe, Ariz. Even if Kendrys Morales' running program goes exactly as planned, with no setbacks, the earliest the Angels slugger would play in exhibition games is mid-March, Manager Mike Scioscia said Friday.
Morales has missed the last year and a half because of a broken left ankle, but if he regains his 2009 form, when he hit .306 with 34 homers and 108 runs batted in, he...
Reporting from Tempe, Ariz. Angels Manager Mike Scioscia says he does not believe that Bobby Abreu will be a distraction in training camp after the veteran outfielder told an ESPNdeportes.com reporter that he would prefer to be traded if he doesn't have an everyday role.
"You don't get too many guys any more professional than Bobby, so I don't anticipate that being...
The Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim continue their busy off-season by signing Jason Isringhausen to a minor league contract. The 39-year-old reliever will be entering his 16th season where he’s pitched to a 3.62 ERA (3.91 FIP) over his career. He has closer experience, but will not likely be asked to take over that role,
It may have been on a Minor League contract, and after all the higher-end relievers had already come off the board, but Mike Scioscia believes you shouldn't overlook the Jason Isringhausen signing.
Veteran right-hander Jason Isringhausen has agreed to a minor league deal with the Los Angeles Angels. The 39-year-old Isringhausen agreed to the deal Wednesday. He went 3-3 with a 4.05 ERA while pitching in 53 games for the New York Mets last season, his 15th in the majors. Isringhausen is third among active players with 300 career saves despite missing most of the 2009 season and all of 2010...
The Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim have agreed to terms on a minor league contract with veteran right-handed reliever Jason Isringhausen.
ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) -- Veteran right-hander Jason Isringhausen has agreed to a minor league deal with the Los Angeles Angels.
Scrounging for right-handed pitching depth for the back end of their bullpen, the Angels took a flyer on former closer Jason Isringhausen, signing the 39-year-old to a Minor League contract with a Spring Training invite.
Simply put, Bobby Abreu wants to continue to be an everyday player. He has expressed that to Mike Scioscia, in a couple of offseason conversations the Angels' skipper has described as "very candid," and he indicated it strongly to ESPNdeportes.com on Tuesday.
It's hard not to feel some deja vu when tracking Kendrys Morales' recovery this spring. But while it all appears to look the same so far, Morales and Angels manager Mike Scioscia continue to stress that it's different this time.