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Good news donned on the Los Angeles Angels Tuesday when it came to right-handed starter Tommy Hanson, as he was activated from the restricted list after dealing with a very emotional death in his family.
Going on the bereavement list and then dealing with issues with the death of his family member, this has been an obvious emotional time for the young righty and has been working his way back as he threw 75 pitches during a simulated game Saturday and is scheduled to start against the Houston Astros on Friday.
Hanson has hit double-digit wins in each of his last four seasons with the Atlanta Braves and looks to continue that streak during his first year in the American League.
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LOS ANGELES The eloquent voice of the Dodgers, VinScully, pointed out to the Dodger Stadium crowd that Angels starter JoeBlanton was much better throughout his career after the All-Star break as opposedto before the break. Scully noted Blanton was just getting warmed up. Angels manager Mike Scioscia said he feels Blanton hasstarted to turn the proverbial corner. Speaking for himself...
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The Angels announced just before the start of Tuesday night's game at Dodger Stadium that Hamilton was out of the lineup.
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It’s been a frustrating start to the 2013 season to say the
least for Los Angeles Angels left-handed reliever Sean Burnett. The southpaw
exited last night’s contest against the Kansas City Royals after experiencing
tightness in his throwing forearm, according to Robert Falkoff of MLB.com.
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Hey everybody let’s go to the quad, were going streaking!
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Along with the Toronto BlueJays, the Angels had a lot of ink in the offseason for 2 reasons.
Signing Josh Hamilton
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The Dream Weaver threw six innings, allowed five hits, gave up one earned run, struck out seven, and here’s the kicker: had zero walks. Let’s also remember that Weaver hadn’t seen a Major League mound since he faced the Texas Rangers on April 7th.
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By Joe Haakenson, AngelsWin.com Contributor -
MAY 28, 2002
GAME 48 - ANGELS AT ROYALS
KANSAS CITY -- It's official. The Angels have come back to earth.
After winning 21 of 24 games and making the rest of the league take notice, the Angels have now lost three of their past four games, including a 7-4 loss to the Kansas City Royals Tuesday night before 11,773 at Kauffman...
WHAT THE WHAT?
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The Angels tied a season high with their fifth straight victory at home while snapping a two-game skid.
Weaver (1-1) allowed...
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"Who are you people, and what have you done with the Angels?
You won eight straight. You’ve...
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