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Good news, everyone but Peter Bourjos. According to recent reports, Torii Hunter and Jerry Dipoto have reached some sort of understanding that Hunter will be back with the Angels after this season. Nothing is official, obviously, but all you Torii lovers should rejoice. Me though, while I am a big fan of Hunter, will withhold my celebration until we find out exactly what kind...
Torii Hunter's commitment gives Notre Dame four legitimate wide receiver prospects in the 2013 recruiting class. Pending the class's final pledges between now and signing day, each of quartet the pass catchers should remain on the offensive side of scrimmage, including everyone's favorite candidate to switch to defense, the rangy Will Fuller.
Interview Conducted by David Saltzer, AngelsWin.com Senior Writer
What does it take to make a great leader? Where does one gain his/her main experience managing people, especially under pressure? Upon whom does one rely as a manager?
AngelsWin.com recently had the opportunity to ask these questions to the Angels manager, Mike Scioscia. In a rare opportunity, we asked about...
Scout.com takes a look at some images of the Notre Dame commit from Prosper (Texas)...
ANAHEIM, Calif. -- Mike Scioscia will return for his 14th season as Los Angeles Angels manager next year, and he called speculation about his job security and reported uneasy relationship with first-year general manager Jerry Dipoto "ridiculous." Angels owner Arte Moreno told MLB.com on Saturday that Scioscia would return regardless of what happens in the team's remaining...
Mike Scioscia will return for his 14th season as Los Angeles Angels manager next year, and he called speculation about his job security and alleged uneasy relationship with first-year general manager Jerry Dipoto ''ridiculous.''
Angels owner Arte Moreno told MLB.com in a phone call Saturday that Scioscia would return regardless of what happens in the team's remaining...
The Los Angeles Angels can't blame their offense anymore. The underperforming unit that led to the firing of long-time hitting coach Mickey Hatcher in May leads the majors in several offensive categories, including runs per game, since the start of June. They can't blame their rotation. A slump that claimed everyone but Jered Weaver for a seven-week stretch from late June...
ANAHEIM, Calif. After coming so far and playing so well down the stretch, it's almost a shame that the Angels' fate is not in their own hands.
They've become scoreboard watchers, attentive not only to their games but also to the daily fortunes of the Oakland A's and Baltimore Orioles. A win isn't a win unless the A's or Orioles lose, too.
Notre Dame has notified Michigan it is exercising a three-year out in their contract, meaning their last scheduled game against each other will come in 2014.
A letter from Notre Dame athletic director Jack Swarbrick to Michigan athletic director Dave Brandon cancelling games in 2015-2017 was obtained by The Associated Press on Tuesday through a Freedom of Information Act request...
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Mike Trout - Seriously, Mike. It is time to put the cape back on and start hitting like a monster again. You'...
If you tuned into something other than Michigan-Notre Dame on Saturday night, well, that was probably a good idea considering your available viewing options. If you’d like to catch up on exactly what transpired, however, here’s a tweet and an informative, short video that should get you all caught up. And thank you to the fabulous MGoBlog for [...]
Via UM press release:
ANN ARBOR, Mich. -- The University of Michigan
Athletic Department announced today (Tuesday, Sept. 25) that the
football series with Notre Dame has been cancelled for the 2015, 2016
and 2017 seasons. The Irish informed Michigan director of athletics Dave
Brandon prior to kickoff of the match-up Saturday (Sept. 22) in South
Fresno (Calif.) Central defensive back L.J. Moore took his official visit to Notre Dame not knowing exactly what to expect but the Irish definitely made a big impression on the talented corner...
Juwaan Williams visited Notre Dame fir the first time this weekend and they exceeded his expectations. Find out his thoughts here.
Some very early pregame photos from South Bend and Notre Dame Stadium.