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Brandon Sun
Scioscia protests Angels' 7-5 loss to RoyalsKANSAS CITY, Mo. - Manager Mike Scioscia is not ready to acknowledge his Los An
Scioscia protests Angels' 7-5 loss to Royals
Brandon Sun / Posted 6 hours ago
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Manager Mike Scioscia is not ready to acknowledge his Los Angeles Angels lost Wednesday night. Scioscia officially protested the Kansas City Royals' 7-5 victory, claiming Raul Mondesi ran inside the line on a bunt single in the... Read more
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SportingNews
Angels protest game vs. Royals after lengthy argument, umpire reviewby pitcher Matt Shoemaker to first base allowed both runners to score. Mondesi
Angels protest game vs. Royals after lengthy argument, umpire review
SportingNews / Posted 6 hours ago
by pitcher Matt Shoemaker to first base allowed both runners to score. Mondesi moved to third on the error. Angels manager Mike Scioscia argued Mondesi obstructed the throw to first base as he ran inside the basepath, but the call stood after... Read more
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The Record Searchlight
Mondesi's bunt single helps Royals beat Angels 7-5of my game," Mondesi said of bunting. "I like it. I enjoy bunting and with that
Mondesi's bunt single helps Royals beat Angels 7-5
The Record Searchlight / Posted 6 hours ago
of my game," Mondesi said of bunting. "I like it. I enjoy bunting and with that throw we score two runs." Angels manager Mike Scioscia came out claiming interference, that Mondesi was not running within the lines, and after a 6 minute, 15 second... Read more
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FOX 4 Kansas City
Raul Mondesi Jr. plays catalyst for Royals offense in 7-5 win over Angelsthe throw by Shoemaker (5-11) sailed into right field. Both runners scored and
Raul Mondesi Jr. plays catalyst for Royals offense in 7-5 win over Angels
FOX 4 Kansas City / Posted 7 hours ago
the throw by Shoemaker (5-11) sailed into right field. Both runners scored and Mondesi wound up on third. Angels manager Mike Scioscia came out claiming interference, and after a 6 minute, 15 second review the call on the field was not changed.... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
Angels protest key play during 7-5 loss to Royalserrant throw to first that sailed into right field. Both runners scored and Mo
Angels protest key play during 7-5 loss to Royals
Los Angeles Times / Posted 7 hours ago
errant throw to first that sailed into right field. Both runners scored and Mondesi wound up on third. Angels Manager Mike Scioscia came out claiming interference, and after a 6 minute 15 second review the call on the field was not changed.... Read more
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KCTV 5 Kansas City
Mondesi's bunt single helps Royals beat Angels, 7-5the throw by Shoemaker (5-11) sailed into right field. Both runners scored and
Mondesi's bunt single helps Royals beat Angels, 7-5
KCTV 5 Kansas City / Posted 7 hours ago
the throw by Shoemaker (5-11) sailed into right field. Both runners scored and Mondesi wound up on third. Angels manager Mike Scioscia came out claiming interference, and after a 6 minute, 15 second review the call on the field was not changed.... Read more
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Brandon Sun
Mondesi's bunt single helps Royals beat Angels, 7the throw by Shoemaker (5-11) sailed into right field. Both runners scored and
Mondesi's bunt single helps Royals beat Angels, 7
Brandon Sun / Posted 8 hours ago
the throw by Shoemaker (5-11) sailed into right field. Both runners scored and Mondesi wound up on third. Angels manager Mike Scioscia came out claiming interference, and after a 6 minute, 15 second review the call on the field was not changed.... Read more
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Jefferson City News Tribune
Mondesi's bunt single helps Royals beat Angels, 7-5the throw by Shoemaker (5-11) sailed into right field. Both runners scored and
Mondesi's bunt single helps Royals beat Angels, 7-5
Jefferson City News Tribune / Posted 8 hours ago
the throw by Shoemaker (5-11) sailed into right field. Both runners scored and Mondesi wound up on third. Angels manager Mike Scioscia came out claiming interference, and after a 6 minute, 15 second review the call on the field was not changed.... Read more
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Jefferson City News Tribune
Wednesday's MLB Capsulesthe throw by Shoemaker (5-11) sailed into right field. Both runners scored and
Wednesday's MLB Capsules
Jefferson City News Tribune / Posted 8 hours ago
the throw by Shoemaker (5-11) sailed into right field. Both runners scored and Mondesi wound up on third. Angels manager Mike Scioscia came out claiming interference, and after a review the call on the field stoood. Scioscia officially protested... Read more
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Orange County Register
Angels lose to Royals after controversial playas Mondesi reached the bag. When the whole play was over, two runs had scored
Angels lose to Royals after controversial play
Orange County Register / Posted 8 hours ago
as Mondesi reached the bag. When the whole play was over, two runs had scored and Mondesi was at third. Angels manager Mike Scioscia argued vociferously with the umpires for about five minutes before they then went to the headsets to talk to... Read more
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CBS Sports
Angels-Royals preview - July 27, 2016Skaggs threw only 88 pitches, 63 for strikes. "He had seven strong innings and
Angels-Royals preview - July 27, 2016
CBS Sports / Posted 21 hours ago
Skaggs threw only 88 pitches, 63 for strikes. "He had seven strong innings and (was) very pitch-efficient," Angels manager Mike Scioscia said. The Angels can only imagine what a healthy Skaggs would have meant to their rotation for the past 18... Read more
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Orange County Register
Angels' Matt Shoemaker says key to bounceback season has been a new mental approachhere, you have the ability to play. If you can mentally put it together, that c
Angels' Matt Shoemaker says key to bounceback season has been a new mental approach
Orange County Register / Posted yesterday
here, you have the ability to play. If you can mentally put it together, that changes the game.” Shoemaker and Manager Mike Scioscia have both described an improvement in the way the pitcher sequences his pitches, thinking his way through a... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
Angels' Albert Pujols starts at first base for first time since mid-Juneslowly with a .627 OPS in April. His 19 homers are tied with Mike Trout for the
Angels' Albert Pujols starts at first base for first time since mid-June
Los Angeles Times / Posted yesterday
slowly with a .627 OPS in April. His 19 homers are tied with Mike Trout for the team lead. “He feels good,” Manager Mike Scioscia said. Pujols started 118 games at first base during his first season as an Angel. Bothered by plantar... Read more
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The Examiner
Pujols continues his RBI spree to doom Royalsin on-base percentage. "Any time you're hitting behind Mike, you're going to ge
Pujols continues his RBI spree to doom Royals
The Examiner / Posted 2 days ago
in on-base percentage. "Any time you're hitting behind Mike, you're going to get your opportunities," Angels manager Mike Scioscia said. "This year, what Yunel and Kole have done has really paid off for Mike and Albert. Albert is a terrific... Read more
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The Signal
Angels start strong in Kansas Cityin on-base percentage. "Any time you're hitting behind Mike, you're going to g
Angels start strong in Kansas City
The Signal / Posted 2 days ago
in on-base percentage. "Any time you're hitting behind Mike, you're going to get your opportunities," Angels manager Mike Scioscia said. "This year, what Yunel and Kole have done has really paid off for Mike and Albert. Albert is a terrific... Read more
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The Record Searchlight
Pujols drives in 4, Angels beat Royals 6in on-base percentage. "Any time you're hitting behind Mike, you're going to g
Pujols drives in 4, Angels beat Royals 6
The Record Searchlight / Posted 2 days ago
in on-base percentage. "Any time you're hitting behind Mike, you're going to get your opportunities," Angels manager Mike Scioscia said. "This year, what Yunel and Kole have done has really paid off for Mike and Albert. Albert is a terrific... Read more
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Orange County Register
Nick Tropeano a step closer to Tommy John surgeryafter Tim Lincecum suggested that he would be willing to work out of the bullpe
Nick Tropeano a step closer to Tommy John surgery
Orange County Register / Posted 2 days ago
after Tim Lincecum suggested that he would be willing to work out of the bullpen to get himself straightened out, Manager Mike Scioscia reiterated that he thinks Lincecum can stay in the rotation. Essentially, Lincecum’s problem – fastball command... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
Angels pile on runs early in 6-2 win over Royalsouts on either play. Santiago worked his way out of the inning, then made it tw
Angels pile on runs early in 6-2 win over Royals
Los Angeles Times / Posted 2 days ago
outs on either play. Santiago worked his way out of the inning, then made it two batters into the sixth before Manager Mike Scioscia pulled him. Over his last eight starts, Santiago has authored a 2.40 earned-run average, and a 4.28 mark on... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
Mike Scioscia: Minor modifications will make Los Angeles Angels contenders in 2017Long out of the playoff race, the Angels won’t need to rebuild to contend next
Mike Scioscia: Minor modifications will make Los Angeles Angels contenders in 2017
Los Angeles Times / Posted 2 days ago
Long out of the playoff race, the Angels won’t need to rebuild to contend next season, according to Manager Mike Scioscia, who said Monday that minor modifications would be enough to improve the team. “Rebuild is not the right word,” Scioscia said.... Read more
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Daily Herald
White Sox' Sale might consider growing upa moment like this. Can you fathom this occurring in a room managed by Zimmer,
White Sox' Sale might consider growing up
Daily Herald / Posted 2 days ago
a moment like this. Can you fathom this occurring in a room managed by Zimmer, or -- for that matter -- Buck Showalter or Mike Scioscia? To be clear, this is Chris Sale's fault. No one else's. This is not on Ventura, Williams, Rick Hahn or Jerry... Read more
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ESPN
MLB Week 16 Power Rankings: Cubs back on topmethod before undergoing surgery. Before this season, only three Angels pitcher
MLB Week 16 Power Rankings: Cubs back on top
ESPN / Posted 2 days ago
method before undergoing surgery. Before this season, only three Angels pitchers had undergone Tommy John surgery under Mike Scioscia. -- David Schoenfield (@dschoenfield), SweetSpot22. Oakland Athletics Week 15 ranking:No. 22 After... Read more
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CBS Sports
Angels-Royals preview - July 24, 201654 hits, while walking 15 and allowing 31 runs, 29 earned, in 30 innings. His f
Angels-Royals preview - July 24, 2016
CBS Sports / Posted 2 days ago
54 hits, while walking 15 and allowing 31 runs, 29 earned, in 30 innings. His fastball is mostly 86-87 mile per hour. "He has enough life on his fastball," Angels manager Mike Scioscia said. "But he has to get it into better zones than we've s... Read more
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Pasadena Star-News
Tim Lincecum left searching for answers after LA Angels’ latest loss to AstrosLincecum walked off the mound, it was reasonable to ask if a start that raised
Tim Lincecum left searching for answers after LA Angels’ latest loss to Astros
Pasadena Star-News / Posted 3 days ago
Lincecum walked off the mound, it was reasonable to ask if a start that raised his ERA to 8.70 would be his last. Manager Mike Scioscia answered that question without hesitation after the game: “He’s still in the rotation.” Barring a change,... Read more
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Los Angeles Daily News
Tim Lincecum left searching for answers after LA Angels’ latest loss to AstrosLincecum walked off the mound, it was reasonable to ask if a start that raised
Tim Lincecum left searching for answers after LA Angels’ latest loss to Astros
Los Angeles Daily News / Posted 3 days ago
Lincecum walked off the mound, it was reasonable to ask if a start that raised his ERA to 8.70 would be his last. Manager Mike Scioscia answered that question without hesitation after the game: “He’s still in the rotation.” Barring a change,... Read more
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San Gabriel Valley Tribune
Tim Lincecum left searching for answers after LA Angels’ latest loss to AstrosLincecum walked off the mound, it was reasonable to ask if a start that raised
Tim Lincecum left searching for answers after LA Angels’ latest loss to Astros
San Gabriel Valley Tribune / Posted 3 days ago
Lincecum walked off the mound, it was reasonable to ask if a start that raised his ERA to 8.70 would be his last. Manager Mike Scioscia answered that question without hesitation after the game: “He’s still in the rotation.” Barring a change,... Read more
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Long Beach Press-Telegram
Tim Lincecum left searching for answers after LA Angels’ latest loss to AstrosLincecum walked off the mound, it was reasonable to ask if a start that raised
Tim Lincecum left searching for answers after LA Angels’ latest loss to Astros
Long Beach Press-Telegram / Posted 3 days ago
Lincecum walked off the mound, it was reasonable to ask if a start that raised his ERA to 8.70 would be his last. Manager Mike Scioscia answered that question without hesitation after the game: “He’s still in the rotation.” Barring a change,... Read more
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San Bernardino Sun
Tim Lincecum left searching for answers after LA Angels’ latest loss to AstrosLincecum walked off the mound, it was reasonable to ask if a start that raised
Tim Lincecum left searching for answers after LA Angels’ latest loss to Astros
San Bernardino Sun / Posted 3 days ago
Lincecum walked off the mound, it was reasonable to ask if a start that raised his ERA to 8.70 would be his last. Manager Mike Scioscia answered that question without hesitation after the game: “He’s still in the rotation.” Barring a change,... Read more
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Orange County Register
Angels' 13-3 loss to Houston leaves Lincecum searching for answersLincecum walked off the mound, it was reasonable to ask if a start that raised
Angels' 13-3 loss to Houston leaves Lincecum searching for answers
Orange County Register / Posted 3 days ago
Lincecum walked off the mound, it was reasonable to ask if a start that raised his ERA to 8.70 would be his last. Manager Mike Scioscia answered that question without hesitation after the game: “He’s still in the rotation.” Barring a change,... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
Tyler Skaggs to return Tuesday with start for Angels at Kansas Citytime on a major league mound in two years. "I think we're all very excited to
Tyler Skaggs to return Tuesday with start for Angels at Kansas City
Los Angeles Times / Posted 3 days ago
time on a major league mound in two years. "I think we're all very excited to see him be ready to take the ball,” Manager Mike Scioscia said. “He got the work in he needed. He's ready to go after that challenge of pitching in the big... Read more
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Brandon Sun
Lincecum allows 8 runs as Astros down Angels 13some of the things that have hurt him in previous starts, but obviously, this w
Lincecum allows 8 runs as Astros down Angels 13
Brandon Sun / Posted 3 days ago
some of the things that have hurt him in previous starts, but obviously, this was of greater magnitude," manager Mike Scioscia said. "He had a lot of trouble commanding his fastball, commanding his counts. Those guys got a lot of good... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
Angels are outmatched in 13-3 loss to Astrosmajor leaguers have pitched at least 30 innings this season. Only two have ERAs
Angels are outmatched in 13-3 loss to Astros
Los Angeles Times / Posted 3 days ago
major leaguers have pitched at least 30 innings this season. Only two have ERAs worse than Lincecum. Still, Angels Manager Mike Scioscia said, he will remain in the rotation for at least one more start — likely Friday against Boston at Angel... Read more
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Orange County Register
Tim Lincecum blasted as Angels losing streak against Astros reaches 11outs in the Angels’ 13-3 loss to the Houston Astros. His ERA rose to 8.70 after
Tim Lincecum blasted as Angels losing streak against Astros reaches 11
Orange County Register / Posted 3 days ago
outs in the Angels’ 13-3 loss to the Houston Astros. His ERA rose to 8.70 after seven starts. Despite his trouble, Manager Mike Scioscia said flatly after the game that Lincecum would remain in the rotation for his next start, Friday at home... Read more
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Houston Chronicle
Jose Altuve, Astros torch Tim Lincecum, Angelsand stolen bases since Ty Cobb in 1917. After Carlos Correa followed Altuve's
Jose Altuve, Astros torch Tim Lincecum, Angels
Houston Chronicle / Posted 3 days ago
and stolen bases since Ty Cobb in 1917. After Carlos Correa followed Altuve's second homer with a double, Angels manager Mike Scioscia took the ball from Lincecum. In facing 13 batters, the former San Francisco Giants ace recorded half as many... Read more
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Orange County Register
Tyler Skaggs' long-awaited return to Angels is now official: Tuesday in KConce Nick Tropeano got hurt, it seemed a virtual certainty that Skaggs would re
Tyler Skaggs' long-awaited return to Angels is now official: Tuesday in KC
Orange County Register / Posted 3 days ago
once Nick Tropeano got hurt, it seemed a virtual certainty that Skaggs would replace him in the Angels rotation. Manager Mike Scioscia had been reluctant to announce that Skaggs was coming up until he passed all the tests of his in-between starts... Read more
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Brandon Sun
Weaver struggles again versus Houston in 7-2 Angels losson seven hits with three walks in four innings. "It looked like Jered had trou
Weaver struggles again versus Houston in 7-2 Angels loss
Brandon Sun / Posted 4 days ago
on seven hits with three walks in four innings. "It looked like Jered had trouble with his release point," Angels manager Mike Scioscia said. "I think getting ahead of some guys and repeating some pitches, he didn't look as grounded as he has... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
Angels shortstop Andrelton Simmons brings back the toe tap as he surges at the platehis balance while batting. “All these adjustments, you never know exactly how
Angels shortstop Andrelton Simmons brings back the toe tap as he surges at the plate
Los Angeles Times / Posted 4 days ago
his balance while batting. “All these adjustments, you never know exactly how they’re going to play out,” Angels Manager Mike Scioscia said. “But I think he’s getting comfortable. He’s getting comfortable with the league, getting comfortable with... Read more
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Orange County Register
Angels Jett Bandy trying to make the most of his shotwas in the Angels lineup to catch a sixth consecutive game on Friday night, a r
Angels Jett Bandy trying to make the most of his shot
Orange County Register / Posted 5 days ago
was in the Angels lineup to catch a sixth consecutive game on Friday night, a rare workload for any catcher under Mike Scioscia. Scioscia, a former catcher, said Bandy, 26, has improved defensively and offensively, to earn this... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
Skaggs might be back on mound for Angels as soon as Tuesdayjourneyman Juan Graterol. Through nearly 100 plate appearances, Bandy is carryi
Skaggs might be back on mound for Angels as soon as Tuesday
Los Angeles Times / Posted 5 days ago
journeyman Juan Graterol. Through nearly 100 plate appearances, Bandy is carrying an above-average OPS, but Angels Manager Mike Scioscia has repeatedly praised his other work. “You’re seeing a young catcher that’s becoming more and more... Read more
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Orange County Register
Angels' Mike Scioscia on former Dodgers teammate Mike Piazza: You knew he was going to hitHOUSTON – The player who followed Mike Scioscia as the Dodgers catcher is about
Angels' Mike Scioscia on former Dodgers teammate Mike Piazza: You knew he was going to hit
Orange County Register / Posted 5 days ago
HOUSTON – The player who followed Mike Scioscia as the Dodgers catcher is about go into the Hall of Fame. Mike Piazza will be inducted into the Hall of Fame in Cooperstown on Sunday, going in along with Ken Griffey Jr. Scioscia played alongside... Read more
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Yahoo Sports
Once a Dodger, Mike Piazza cemented his Hall of Fame legacy as a Metonce grumbled over a few beers, “The biggest mistakes this franchise ever made
Once a Dodger, Mike Piazza cemented his Hall of Fame legacy as a Met
Yahoo Sports / Posted 5 days ago
once grumbled over a few beers, “The biggest mistakes this franchise ever made was dumping two catchers named Mike.” One — Mike Scioscia — became a more than capable manager down the road in Anaheim, in 2000. (Over the same period, the Dodgers have... Read more
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CBS Sports
Angels-Astros preview - July 21, 2016consecutive sweep despite allowing 15 runs. "I think we're getting contributio
Angels-Astros preview - July 21, 2016
CBS Sports / Posted 5 days ago
consecutive sweep despite allowing 15 runs. "I think we're getting contributions from a lot of guys," Angels manager Mike Scioscia said of his offense. "Our lineup is getting deeper. I think we're running the bases better. Our situational... Read more
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Orange County Register
Improved breaking ball has Angels relief pitcher Cam Bedrosian on track to become a closer, just like his fatherleague options – he’s making the most of it. “We always talked about his stuff
Improved breaking ball has Angels relief pitcher Cam Bedrosian on track to become a closer, just like his father
Orange County Register / Posted 6 days ago
league options – he’s making the most of it. “We always talked about his stuff (making him) a possible closer,” Manager Mike Scioscia said. “For him to be pushed back later in the game is not that much of a stretch.” Scioscia has been using... Read more
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CBS Dallas - Fort Worth
Angels Get Sweep, Rangers Continue Slidehad two RBIs and Marte hit his sixth home run. “It’s much more fun when you’re
Angels Get Sweep, Rangers Continue Slide
CBS Dallas - Fort Worth / Posted 7 days ago
had two RBIs and Marte hit his sixth home run. “It’s much more fun when you’re scoring runs and winning,” Angels manager Mike Scioscia said. “It’s going to look like you have a lot more life.” The Rangers rallied in the ninth inning when Ian... Read more
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NBC Dallas Fort Worth
Angels Win 7-4, Sweep Reeling Rangershad two RBIs and Marte hit his sixth home run. "It's much more fun when you're
Angels Win 7-4, Sweep Reeling Rangers
NBC Dallas Fort Worth / Posted 7 days ago
had two RBIs and Marte hit his sixth home run. "It's much more fun when you're scoring runs and winning," Angels manager Mike Scioscia said. "It's going to look like you have a lot more life." The Rangers rallied in the ninth inning when Ian... Read more
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The Record Searchlight
Marte homers, Angels sweep Rangers to get out of last placehad two RBIs and Marte hit his sixth home run. "It's much more fun when you're
Marte homers, Angels sweep Rangers to get out of last place
The Record Searchlight / Posted 7 days ago
had two RBIs and Marte hit his sixth home run. "It's much more fun when you're scoring runs and winning," Angels manager Mike Scioscia said. "It's going to look like you have a lot more life." The Rangers rallied in the ninth inning when Ian... Read more
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Orange County Register
Tyler Skaggs could be just what doctor ordered for ailing Angels rotationthe rotation after another in a string of standout starts Wednesday for Triple-
Tyler Skaggs could be just what doctor ordered for ailing Angels rotation
Orange County Register / Posted 7 days ago
the rotation after another in a string of standout starts Wednesday for Triple-A Salt Lake. Or so it would seem. Manager Mike Scioscia was noncommittal when asked about Skaggs’ future. Skaggs had 12 strikeouts in 5-2/3 innings in Salt Lake’s 5-0... Read more
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Orange County Register
Angels have their mojo working, sweep Rangers to extend win streak to season-high six gameshad a big margin for error, and he used some of it. “He struggled with his fas
Angels have their mojo working, sweep Rangers to extend win streak to season-high six games
Orange County Register / Posted 7 days ago
had a big margin for error, and he used some of it. “He struggled with his fastball command all night,” Angels manager Mike Scioscia said of Santiago, who has won each of his last five decisions. “Instead of throwing his changeup or changing... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
Mike Scioscia and the Angels will keep grindingMike Scioscia is in his 17th season as the manager of the Angels and he isn’t a
Mike Scioscia and the Angels will keep grinding
Los Angeles Times / Posted 7 days ago
Mike Scioscia is in his 17th season as the manager of the Angels and he isn’t about to change now. His pregame conversation with reporters Wednesday included a customary series of Sciosciasms, from the importance of taking the same approach into... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
Tyler Skaggs might be in line for a start with Angelsgave up one hit, struck out 14 batters and did not walk a batter in seven score
Tyler Skaggs might be in line for a start with Angels
Los Angeles Times / Posted 7 days ago
gave up one hit, struck out 14 batters and did not walk a batter in seven scoreless innings. But Angels Manager Mike Scioscia would not commit to Skaggs starting Tuesday in Kansas City, the first day the Angels would need a fifth... Read more
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Warren Times Observer
Pujols hits two 3-run HRs, streaking Angels beat Rangers 8-6RBIs in the last three days. "You always worry about a concussion, but he felt
Pujols hits two 3-run HRs, streaking Angels beat Rangers 8-6
Warren Times Observer / Posted 7 days ago
RBIs in the last three days. "You always worry about a concussion, but he felt fine and he was laughing," Angels manager Mike Scioscia said of Pujols. "He's quietly having another incredible season." Jett Bandy also homered and drove in two runs... Read more
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