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MIKE SCIOSCIA RUMORS

Who Will Be On The Halos’ Bench This Season?

The Angels full Opening Day roster has yet to be revealed at this point, but that should not come as too major of a surprise. Their man in charge, Mike Scioscia, tends to be more deliberative when it comes to making the big ticket decisions. It is safe to say that all the clues are not out there in the open. However, one of the more surefire elements of their team right now appears...
Via Halo Headquarters
19 hours ago

Heave-ho: Scioscia tossed in third vs. D-backs

Manager Mike Scioscia was ejected in the third inning of the Angels' 7-4 win over the D-backs on Saturday following a heated exchange with home plate umpire Mike Cascioppo.
Via Angels.com
3 days ago

Alex Meyer Filled in As Teacher During Off-Season

Angels manager Mike Scioscia has seen plenty of players have side jobs during the off-season. He told Logan Newman of MLB.com, that he’s seen players do anything from “bartender to dogcatcher” during their off time. One job he hasn’t seen from players is what 27-year-old pitcher Alex Meyer does during his off-season. Meyer is a  substitute teacher in his hometown of Greensburg...
Via Halo Headquarters
4 days ago

Report: Albert Pujols to solely DH this season

According to Jeff Fletcher of The Orange County Register, Los Angeles Angels manager Mike Scioscia has “no plans to play Albert Pujols at first base this spring, and that it will stay that way indefinitely.”The 10-time All-Star was questioned on whether he would be ready for Opening Day. He had surgery in December to relieve pain in his right plantar fasciitis which has bothered...
Via Sportsnaut
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Will Mike Scioscia Be In Anaheim Through 2018?

Without a single doubt, Mike Scioscia is the most successful manager in the history of the Halos’ franchise. In 2002, the Angels made it to the Fall Classic and were victorious in the grand scheme of it all. In that same decade, the ball club managed to string together a myriad of other winning campaigns. In 2004-2009, they earned a handful of division titles and made it to the...
Via Halo Headquarters
5 days ago

Righty Meyer filled in as teacher in offseason

Angels manager Mike Scioscia has seen his fair share of players who have side jobs in the offseason. One of the new ones is 27-year-old pitcher Alex Meyer's job. He works as a substitute teacher in his hometown of Greensburg, Ind., when he gets the opportunity.
Via Angels.com
6 days ago

Homer Simpson to be 'inducted' into National Baseball Hall of Fame

Turns out the National Baseball Hall of Fame honors more than just the game’s all-time greats, as Homer Simpson will be  “inducted” on May 27.That’s right, the acclaimed television series “The Simpsons” will be toasted in Cooperstown, N.Y., due to this year being the 25th anniversary of their cult-classic episode “Homer at the Bat.”In the episode, Mr. Burns and Mr...
Via NESN.com
February 25, 2017  |  Discuss

Mike Scioscia, Spike Owen get into it

Angels manager Mike Scioscia got into it with Texas Rangers third base coach Spike Owen during the bottom of the seventh inning of a game between the teams on Tuesday night. After the Angels intentionally walked Rangers catcher Jonathan Lucroy, there was a break in the action because home plate umpire Pat Hoberg wanted to see what was going on down the third base line. Scioscia...
Via Larry Brown Sports
September 20, 2016  |  Discuss

Report: Angels will likely retain Mike Scioscia as manager

Despite a very poor season, the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim seem willing to retain longtime manager Mike Scioscia. According to Jon Heyman of Today’s Knuckleball, Scioscia’s job isn’t under serious threat despite the Angels sitting 20 games under .500 at 51-71. Angels general manager Billy Eppler credits Scioscia with being a great communicator and handling the team’s...
Via Larry Brown Sports
August 20, 2016  |  Discuss

Angels designate Tim Lincecum for assignment

Earlier this year, Tim Lincecum held a showcase in hopes of latching on with a major league team. The Angels gave Lincecum a chance to show he could regain the form that made him one of the top pitchers in the game, but that experiment now appears to be over. On Friday, Lincecum started his ninth game of the season and lasted just 3.1 innings. He allowed nine hits, two walks, and...
Via Larry Brown Sports
August 06, 2016  |  Discuss
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