SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. -- No fuss. No muss. No bother.
Instant replay went exactly as Major League Baseball would have hoped in its first trial in a spring training game in Arizona on Monday, when the Angels beat the Diamondbacks 3-2 at Salt River Fields.
"It was about as smooth as you could ask for," said D-backs first baseman Paul Goldschmidt, who was right in the middle of...
According to recent report from ESPN.com, Angels manager Mike Scioscia doesn’t believe potentially record-breaking contract negotiations will distract center fielder Mike Trout. From ESPN: Scioscia said he hasn’t seen a contract become a problem […]
As the Angels and Mike Trout discuss a contract that could make him one of the highest-paid players in baseball history, Manager Mike Scioscia said he has yet to notice anything in Trout's demeanor to indicate the 22-year-old is distracted by the possibility of a pending mega-deal.
"He hasn't flinched," Scioscia said. "He's very grounded. He has everything...
Angels manager Mike Scioscia said Monday that he isn't worried about possible contract talks becoming a distraction for star center fielder Mike Trout.
''It's not an issue and it's certainly not an issue with Mike,'' Scioscia said.
Published reports have said the team and Trout are discussing a long-term deal.
Scioscia said he hasn't seen a contract...
Via AP on Fox
15 days ago
Angels manager Mike Scioscia said small changes are in store this spring to try to get the team off to a better regular-season start, an area that hurt Los Angeles the past two seasons.
Scioscia said Thursday that hitters would see more at-bats in the spring and starters could go into the third inning in their first spring starts. The standard has been two innings.
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26 days ago
What Have Ya Done for Me Lately?by Joe Tevelowitz, AngelsWin.com Columnist -Four years might not seem like a long playoff drought for a team like the Kansas City Royals, who haven't been in the postseason since their '85 Championship run, or the Toronto Blue Jays, with a chilly two decades sitting at home in October (I assume Toronto is chilly in October, because I assume...
Over the weekend, various reports have emerged suggesting that the Angels are likely to fire either GM Jerry DiPoto or longtime manager Mike Scioscia in the wake of their disastrous 2013 season. While Scioscia denies that there is an abnormal rift between the field staff and the front office, there’s enough smoke here to believe […]
LOS ANGELES Even after an 8-7 loss to the Dodgers Monday night that ended an eight-game winning streak, Angels manager Mike Scioscia was in good spirits Tuesday afternoon as he talked about the resurgence of his team after another poor start.
He also discussed owner Arte Morenos public vote of confidence last week and what it meant to him.
Arte has always been very supportive...
How long until the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim faithful fan base start calling for the firing of manager Mike Scioscia? Admittedly, it’s far too early into the current season to be asking this question reasonably. The problem is that for the last three seasons there have been whispers that have grown into an uproar over whether Scioscia should get a pass for winning the 2002...
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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...