Mike Scioscia expects a healthy Albert Pujols and a more comfortable Josh Hamilton to be ready to lead a Los Angeles Angels offensive resurgence.
Speaking at baseball's winter meetings Wednesday, the Angels manager said he thinks his two high-priced sluggers are ready to rebound from difficult seasons.
Pujols had right knee surgery last spring and then missed the final two...
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By Ellen Bell, AngelsWin.com Staff Writer - Tis the Season that my husband and I head to Angels Stadium to pick out our season seats for the year. We gather with other fans and scan the empty ballpark, looking for white-papered seats that are newly available. We run-walk to the place we want to spend the summer watching baseball and imagine the possibilities of the season to come...
When Robinson Cano signed his mega-deal with the Seattle Mariners, the two names that came up most often in stories and comparisons were Albert Pujols and Josh Hamilton. The two recent free agent sweepstakes winners were used as the counterweight of what can go wrong with signing long-term deals to players past their primes. Instead of "Remember the Maine" being used...
ARLINGTON, Texas Josh Hamilton's 2013 season started with a rude reception in Arlington and it ended with one.
Hamilton, who flew out in his final at-bat to chants of "Baseball town", tipped his helmet to the fans at Rangers Ballpark to a chorus of boos as he headed to the Los Angeles dugout for the final time in the ninth inning Sunday.
Hamilton said there was no...
By Robert Cunningham, AngelsWin.com Contributor -
This season has had more than its share of disappointments
for Angel’s fans and one of the biggest disappointments has been the struggles
of Josh Hamilton at the plate.
Simply put Josh has been swinging at a lot of pitches
outside of the strike zone and, when he does put the ball in play, he has not
hit the ball quite as...
TAKING A DIP
Angels slugger Josh Hamilton, who has suffered through a season-long slump, apparently is back using chewing tobacco. But is it helping his swing?
NOT JOSHING YOU
Josh Hamilton has had an abysmal first season with the Angels, but his horrible performance at the plate on Tuesday has only been matched by one other player since 1916.
Josh Hamilton doesn't care what the fans have to say about him, or even whether his team wins or loses, according to a recent column by T.J. Simers of the Los Angeles Times.
"You cannot push my buttons," Hamilton repeatedly said, according to Simers.
Texas Rangers fans may finally have some insight into Hamiltons carefree attitude at the end of last season while his...
GOOD HAIR DAY
One Josh Hamilton fan who wanted a simple autograph got a lot more than he bargained for. On Monday (and Tuesday morning), Hamilton was flailing, going 0-for-8 in the Angels’ 19-inning loss to the Oakland Athletics. However, Hamilton was also signing autographs during the game, apparently, and doing a little proselytizing, too. Hamilton tossed the ball in the image below to a fan...
ARLINGTON, Texas Fans in right field at Rangers Ballpark had a long weekend of heckling Josh Hamilton in his return to Rangers Ballpark.
Hamilton said some of the fans crossed the line, but he also had fun with it too. He played like he was throwing a football in reference to his football town comments this spring.
But did he take things too far by making an obscene gesture...