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Report: Angels' C.J. Wilson to undergo elbow surgery, may be out for season

Los Angeles Angels left-hander C.J. Wilson fears his season could be over because of the elbow injury that landed him on the 15-day disabled list Friday. Wilson says that he has had fluid drained from his pitching elbow four times this year and probably will have surgery to remove bone spurs, according to MLB.com.  The lefty allowed six earned runs on six hits and three walks in...
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C.J. Wilson Out For the Season

Just when it looked like C.J. Wilson and season couldn’t get any worse, he has season ending surgery…AND TOTALLY REDEEMS HIMSELF! Sounds like CJ Wilson is expecting to have surgery and be out for the season. — Jeff Fletcher (@JeffFletcherOCR) August 1, 2015 OK, maybe that is putting a little too harsh, but, considering the way C.J. had been doing his best impersonation...
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An Evening of Baseball with Rob Goldman and Bobby Grich

Who: Our own Rob Goldman and Angels great Bobby Grich What: Talking Angels baseball Where: The Richard Nixon Presidential Library and Museum located here When: August 4th, at 7:00 PM RSVP for this event by emailing nixon@nara.gov
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DraftKings: The Battle For Los Angeles …and Orange County

Today we Southern Californians get to be treated to Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim vs. Los Angeles Dodgers baseball. Thanks to the national broadcasts, the rest of the country will be seeing the Angels and Dodgers battle it out under the Hollywood Sign and hitting long balls over the ferris wheel at the Santa Monica Pier. But we know better than to think that the Angels are just a...
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Boxscore Breakdown #102: Ghosts of Angels past – Dodgers 5, Angels 3

When the first inning started with Zack Greinke inducing a GIDP from Mike Trout and was then followed by Howie Kendrick hitting a solo homer, you knew it was going to be that kind of day for the Angels. Two former Angels just torturing the Halos. Granted, Greinke did all the torturing from that point on, but being haunted by two former players is not the way you want to start...
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Daily Pitcher Duels: August 1

The first day of August brings us another promise of seeing Mr. Kershaw, and a few intriguing aces in action. Check 'em out: Andrew Heaney (LAA) vs. Clayton Kershaw (LAD) 4:05 p.m. ET Heaney's first six starts with the Angels have been positively sparkling. The Halos have won all six, and Heaney has allowed just eight earned runs (1.79 ERA) with a 31-5 K/BB ratio and an opponents...
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Angels manager Mike Scioscia talks 5-3 loss to Dodgers

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Dodgers 5, Mike Trout 3: Greinke Rolls Again

Another Zack Greinke start, another dominating performance, and another Dodger win. This time, he (mostly) shut down the Angels, leading to a final score of 5-3. The only damage against Greinke was caused by him playing with fire. The first three times he faced Kole Calhoun, he gave up three singles. Kole Calhoun was hitting in front of Mike Trout. Generally, allowing runners on...
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Angels place lefty C.J. Wilson on DL with elbow inflammation

  Bill Stoneman decided the Los Angeles Angels shouldn't give up too much of their future to improve this season's title chances down the playoff stretch. After acquiring three veteran outfielders in the previous week, the Angels' interim general manager decided not to make a costly move to land a big hitter or a key reliever at the trade deadline Friday. Stoneman wasn't swayed...
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Series Preview: Angels vs. Dodgers vs. All the Aces

After opening the unofficial second half of the season with six straight wins, it was fair to assume the Angels had avoided their annual face plant immediately after the All-Star break. Ah, but how wrong we were. The Angels have now dropped six out of seven contests — four of those losses coming in games which they led at one point — to turn their once two-game division lead...
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Angels send C.J. Wilson to DL, make no late move at deadline

LOS ANGELES (AP) The Los Angeles Angels have placed left-hander C.J. Wilson on the 15-day disabled list with left elbow inflammation. The Angels also recalled right-hander Drew Rucinski from Triple-A Salt Lake and optioned Efren Navarro to the minors. Wilson is 8-8 with a 3.89 ERA this season for the Angels. He yielded six runs and six hits in four innings in a loss Tuesday to the...
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Jered Weaver revisits San Bernardino in Rehab

Jered Weaver stepped on to the mound of San Bernardino’s San Manuel Stadium to face the Bakersfield Blaze in a rehabilitation assignment on Thursday, but it wasn’t the first time he had taken that hill.  The first time would have been back in 2005 when he was a 22-year-old making the seventh start of his career as a professional baseball player.  He had been out of the game...
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Angels' Street makes perfectly-timed trade deadline Trout tweet

The hours leading up to 1 o'clock Pacific Time on Friday afternoon were wrought with anticipation, stress, and frenzy as clubs scrambled to put together last-minute trade deadline deals. Enter Los Angeles Angels closer Huston Street, who jumped into the madness at the last minute tweet-first with this amusing look at the Angels' shopping Mike Trout: Of course, one of the main takeaways...
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Angels' Street makes perfectly timed trade deadline Trout tweet

The hours leading up to 1 p.m. PT on Friday were wrought with anticipation, stress, and frenzy as MLB clubs scrambled to put together last-minute trade-deadline deals. Enter Los Angeles Angels closer Huston Street, who jumped into the madness at the last-minute with a tweet -- first with this amusing look at the Angels shopping Mike Trout: Of course, one of the main takeaways from...
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Second Guessing Scioscia – Losing sight

Welcome to Second Guessing Scioscia, our look back at some of the questionable decisions that Mike Scioscia made in the last week. And, boy, there are some questionable decisions to be reviewed. In the history of this column, we have never once struggled for content. However, we aren’t anti-Scioscia. The official MWAH stance on Scioscia is pro-Scioscia overall. But his in-game...
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Series Takeaways: Astros sweep away Angels and all their momentum

Well, the Angels didn’t have their momentum ground to a halt by the All-Star break, no they waited a bit to have that happen in the form of a sweep at the hand of their new mortal foes, the Houston Astros. All that work the Angels did to catch the ‘Stros got swept right into the right field bleachers with that Castro home run ball. Between this sweep and the massive trades that...
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Weaver has 'positive' rehab outing with Angels' Class-A affiliate

Jered Weaver pitched for the Class-A Inland Empire 66ers on Thursday as he continues to get closer to making his return to the Los Angeles Angels' rotation. Weaver, on the DL with hip irritation since late June, has been working toward a comeback for more than a month now. By all accounts, his Thursday outing went swimmingly for him and the Halos, as he told Gabriel Rizk of the...
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Daily Pitcher Duels: July 31

There’ll certainly be a lot of attention paid to today’s trade deadline, but we also managed to find a few nice pitching matchups for you. Check ’em out: Hector Santiago (LAA) vs. Clayton Kershaw (LAD) 10:10 p.m. ET For the third straight day we’re profiling an Angels starter, as this late-night LA lefty battle headlines—and caps—a decent slate of action. If you...
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Angels keep proper perspective despite sweep by Astros

The first-place showdown between the Los Angeles Angels and Houston Astros this week proved to largely anti-climactic, as the Astros swept the Halos in the three-game set at Minute Maid Park.  As a result, the Angels open play Friday two games behind the resurgent Astros...but they didn't leave Houston with their heads hanging low.  Instead, as MLB.com's Alden Gonzalez pointed...
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Boxscore Breakdown #101: Settle down – Astros 3, Angels 0

Look, we all know what happened in this game. We all know what happened in this series. We should all know that there is no cause for alarm, emphasis  on “should.” Not nearly enough Angels fans demonstrated that after this game as the panic from the fan base was palpable. This was no doubt a feeling that had its flames fanned by the winds of the Carlos Gomez trade before the...
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Halo Headlines: Morin demoted, Rasmus promoted, Angels still seeking bullpen trades

The July 31st, 2015 edition of Los Angeles Angels news including Morin demoted, Rasmus promoted, Angels still seeking bullpen trades and much more… The Story: Mike Morin took his demotion to the minors well.The Monkey Says: He has had major command issues since coming off the DL and he isn’t under any delusion about it. He clearly isn’t happy with himself, but he also...
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Angels-Dodgers Preview

A day after the Los Angeles Dodgers bolstered their pitching staff, Clayton Kershaw appears ready to continue his recent dominance. Riding the majors' longest active scoreless streak, the left-hander opens the Freeway Series on Friday night against the struggling Los Angeles Angels at Dodger Stadium. Though Kershaw (8-6, 2.51 ERA) saw his bid for a perfect game end in the seventh...
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J.J. Watt visits Astros, crushes HRs, meets Angels' Trout

Two pro sports heavyweights collided on Thursday afternoon, when Houston Texans star J.J. Watt met with Mike Trout of the Los Angeles Angels at Minute Maid Park ahead of the Angels' game with the Astros. Prior to a great photo-op with Watt and Trout, J.J. stepped in to the batter's box during batting practice and demonstrated that yes, he'd be a pretty capable major-league baseball...
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J.J. Watt visits Astros, crushes HRs, meets Angels' Trout

Two pro sports heavyweights collided on Thursday afternoon, when Houston Texans star J.J. Watt met with Mike Trout of the Los Angeles Angels at Minute Maid Park ahead of the Angels' game with the Astros. Prior to a great photo-op with Watt and Trout, J.J. stepped in to the batter's box during batting practice and demonstrated that yes, he'd be a pretty capable major-league baseball...
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Trout back for Angels against Astros

HOUSTON (AP) Los Angeles Angels star Mike Trout returned to the lineup on Thursday night against the Houston Astros after missing two games because of an injured left wrist. The All-Star center fielder was hurt trying to make a diving catch in the fourth inning on Sunday in a 13-7 victory over Texas. He remained in the game and later hit a grand slam. Trout entered Thursday leading...
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