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CBS Sports
Los Angeles Angels vs. Toronto Blue Jays Results, Stats, and Recap - July 28, 2017 Gametrackermy objective is just to keep the team in the game. Once you do that, you have a
CBS Sports / Posted 5 hours ago
my objective is just to keep the team in the game. Once you do that, you have a better chance of winning.'' Angels manager Mike Scioscia praised Bridwell for sticking with his strengths. ''Pretty much every time out he's pitching his game and... Read more
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BC Local News
Blue Jays’ win streak snapped at four by Angelsmuch every time out he's pitching his game and letting other hitters try to adj
BC Local News / Posted 6 hours ago
much every time out he's pitching his game and letting other hitters try to adjust to him," said Angels manager Mike Scioscia. "He's using all of his stuff and keeping them off balance, he did a good job tonight." The right-hander, who... Read more
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CTV News
Parker Bridwell shines as Angels snap Blue Jays' win streak with 7-2 victorymuch every time out he's pitching his game and letting other hitters try to adj
CTV News / Posted 8 hours ago
much every time out he's pitching his game and letting other hitters try to adjust to him," said Angels manager Mike Scioscia. "He's using all of his stuff and keeping them off balance, he did a good job tonight." The right-hander, who... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
Parker Bridwell rises up as the Angels sink the Blue Jays 7-2high with a 2-and-1 fastball to Darwin Barney, who walloped it for a double. Af
Los Angeles Times / Posted 8 hours ago
high with a 2-and-1 fastball to Darwin Barney, who walloped it for a double. After Kevin Pillar popped out, Angels manager Mike Scioscia called in reliever David Hernandez. He allowed a line drive to Ryan Goins down the first-base line, but Cron... Read more
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CBS Dallas - Fort Worth
Adrian Beltre On The Brink Of 3,000th Career Hitvery confident and he’s comfortable in the fact that he’s going to prevail in e
CBS Dallas - Fort Worth / Posted yesterday
very confident and he’s comfortable in the fact that he’s going to prevail in every situation,” Los Angeles Angels manager Mike Scioscia said. “And he has an unmistakable joy when on the field.” Still the same as when Scioscia was still in the... Read more
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The Daily Jeffersonian
Indians top Angels 2-1; Bauer, Lindor key in 7th straight winwere swept for the first time since April 14-16 at Kansas City. "We're not goi
The Daily Jeffersonian / Posted yesterday
were swept for the first time since April 14-16 at Kansas City. "We're not going to look back at the series," manager Mike Scioscia said. "Those guys, that's a good team over there, and we cracked open the door for them a couple of... Read more
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Jefferson City News Tribune
Beltre closing in on hitting milestonevery confident and he's comfortable in the fact that he's going to prevail in e
Jefferson City News Tribune / Posted yesterday
very confident and he's comfortable in the fact that he's going to prevail in every situation," Los Angeles Angels manager Mike Scioscia said. "And he has an unmistakable joy when on the field." Still the same as when Scioscia was still in the... Read more
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NBC Dallas Fort Worth
Rangers' Adrian Beltre on The Brink of 3,000th Career Hitvery confident and he's comfortable in the fact that he's going to prevail in e
NBC Dallas Fort Worth / Posted yesterday
very confident and he's comfortable in the fact that he's going to prevail in every situation," Los Angeles Angels manager Mike Scioscia said. "And he has an unmistakable joy when on the field." Still the same as when Scioscia was still in the... Read more
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Los Angeles Daily News
Angels notes: Yusmeiro Petit gets the call to start Saturdaydisabled list. Because Petit has only pitched in relief this season, he’ll be a
Los Angeles Daily News / Posted yesterday
disabled list. Because Petit has only pitched in relief this season, he’ll be able to throw only 40 to 50 pitches, Manager Mike Scioscia said. He will be the first of a series of relievers, with the Angels likely adding another arm to the roster... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Beltre, 38, nears 3,000-hit plateauvery confident and he's comfortable in the fact that he's going to prevail in e
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted yesterday
very confident and he's comfortable in the fact that he's going to prevail in every situation," Los Angeles Angels Manager Mike Scioscia said. "And he has an unmistakable joy when on the field." Still the same as when Scioscia was still in the... Read more
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The Alliance Review
Bauer Power: Indians win 7th straightwere swept for the first time since April 14-16 at Kansas City. "We're not goi
The Alliance Review / Posted yesterday
were swept for the first time since April 14-16 at Kansas City. "We're not going to look back at the series," manager Mike Scioscia said. "Those guys, that's a good team over there, and we cracked open the door for them a couple of... Read more
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Inquirier.net
Indians finally looking like defending AL champsAngels were swept for the first time since April 14-16 at Kansas City. “We’re
Inquirier.net / Posted yesterday
Angels were swept for the first time since April 14-16 at Kansas City. “We’re not going to look back at the series,” manager Mike Scioscia said. “Those guys, that’s a good team over there, and we cracked open the door for them a couple of... Read more
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The Youngstown Vindicator
Bauer gives Tribe bullpen break as streak hits 7were swept for the first time since April 14-16 at Kansas City. “We’re not goi
The Youngstown Vindicator / Posted yesterday
were swept for the first time since April 14-16 at Kansas City. “We’re not going to look back at the series,” manager Mike Scioscia said. “Those guys, that’s a good team over there, and we cracked open the door for them a couple of... Read more
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Denton Record-Chronicle
Rangers' Beltre on brink of 3,000th hitvery confident and he's comfortable in the fact that he's going to prevail in e
Denton Record-Chronicle / Posted yesterday
very confident and he's comfortable in the fact that he's going to prevail in every situation," Los Angeles Angels manager Mike Scioscia said. "And he has an unmistakable joy when on the field." Still the same as when Scioscia was still in the... Read more
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TSN
Beltre on the brink of 3,000th career hitvery confident and he's comfortable in the fact that he's going to prevail in e
TSN / Posted yesterday
very confident and he's comfortable in the fact that he's going to prevail in every situation," Los Angeles Angels manager Mike Scioscia said. "And he has an unmistakable joy when on the field." Still the same as when Scioscia was still in the... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
Angels will rely entirely on bullpen Saturday at Torontodecided on an all-hands approach to handle their vacant starting-rotation spot
Los Angeles Times / Posted yesterday
decided on an all-hands approach to handle their vacant starting-rotation spot for Saturday’s game at Toronto. Manager Mike Scioscia said Thursday that he hopes Petit can last longer than the 40-45 pitches that have been his norm this season.... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Indians top Angels 2-1; Bauer, Lindor key 7th straight winwere swept for the first time since April 14-16 at Kansas City. "We're not goi
San Antonio Express-News / Posted yesterday
were swept for the first time since April 14-16 at Kansas City. "We're not going to look back at the series," manager Mike Scioscia said. "Those guys, that's a good team over there, and we cracked open the door for them a couple of... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
Angels' bullpen struggles in 2-1 loss to Indiansthey hurt. With two outs, Francisco Lindor broke the tie by shooting a single t
Los Angeles Times / Posted yesterday
they hurt. With two outs, Francisco Lindor broke the tie by shooting a single through to right field. Angels manager Mike Scioscia came then for Ramirez, replacing him with reliever Blake Parker, who struck out Michael Brantley on three... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Rangers' Adrian Beltre on the brink of 3,000th career hitvery confident and he's comfortable in the fact that he's going to prevail in e
San Antonio Express-News / Posted yesterday
very confident and he's comfortable in the fact that he's going to prevail in every situation," Los Angeles Angels manager Mike Scioscia said. "And he has an unmistakable joy when on the field." Still the same as when Scioscia was still in the... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
Angels on the brink after unraveling against IndiansA year ago in Cleveland, the Angels fell further below .500 than they had been
Los Angeles Times / Posted 2 days ago
A year ago in Cleveland, the Angels fell further below .500 than they had been in 17 seasons with Mike Scioscia as manager. They were swept over four heavily delayed games, each day threatened by rain, making for a miserable weekend and a worse... Read more
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The Daily Jeffersonian
Encarnacion's grand slam sends Indians past Angels 11-7 in 11slam in the seven-run second, moved up when Norris unleashed a wild pitch while
The Daily Jeffersonian / Posted 2 days ago
slam in the seven-run second, moved up when Norris unleashed a wild pitch while walking Francisco Lindor. Angels manager Mike Scioscia then walked Michael Brantley and brought one of his outfielder's onto the infield grass before Encarnacion... Read more
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WFMJ Youngstown
Encarnacion's slam sends Indians past Angels 11-7 in 11Cleveland's seven-run second, moved up when Norris unleashed a wild pitch while
WFMJ Youngstown / Posted 2 days ago
Cleveland's seven-run second, moved up when Norris unleashed a wild pitch while walking Francisco Lindor. Angels manager Mike Scioscia then walked Michael Brantley and pulled in a fifth infielder before Encarnacion drove Norris' first pitch into... Read more
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FOX 8 Cleveland
Encarnacion’s slam sends Indians past Angels 11-7 in 11slam in the seven-run second, moved up when Norris unleashed a wild pitch while
FOX 8 Cleveland / Posted 3 days ago
slam in the seven-run second, moved up when Norris unleashed a wild pitch while walking Francisco Lindor. Angels manager Mike Scioscia then walked Michael Brantley and brought one of his outfielder’s onto the infield grass before Encarnacion... Read more
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San Bernardino Sun
Angels’ comeback comes up short in loss to Indianseasily trying to stretch the hit to a triple, for the first out of the inning.
San Bernardino Sun / Posted 3 days ago
easily trying to stretch the hit to a triple, for the first out of the inning. “That’s just a bad read by Yunel,” Manager Mike Scioscia said. The next time the Angels had a chance to take the lead, they were robbed by Zimmer. In the 10th, with... Read more
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The Youngstown Vindicator
Indians’ grand slams trump AngelsCleveland’s seven-run second, moved up when Norris unleashed a wild pitch while
The Youngstown Vindicator / Posted 3 days ago
Cleveland’s seven-run second, moved up when Norris unleashed a wild pitch while walking Francisco Lindor. Angels manager Mike Scioscia then walked Michael Brantley and pulled in a fifth infielder before Encarnacion drove Norris’ first pitch into... Read more
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The News-Herald
Encarnacion’s grand slam lifts Cleveland Indians over Angels, 11-7Cleveland’s seven-run second, moved up when Norris unleashed a wild pitch while
The News-Herald / Posted 3 days ago
Cleveland’s seven-run second, moved up when Norris unleashed a wild pitch while walking Francisco Lindor. Angels manager Mike Scioscia then walked Michael Brantley and pulled in a fifth infielder before Encarnacion drove Norris’ first pitch into... Read more
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Fort Wayne Journal Gazette
Encarnacion's slam sends Indians past Angels 11-7 in 11Cleveland's seven-run second, moved up when Norris unleashed a wild pitch while
Fort Wayne Journal Gazette / Posted 3 days ago
Cleveland's seven-run second, moved up when Norris unleashed a wild pitch while walking Francisco Lindor. Angels manager Mike Scioscia then walked Michael Brantley and pulled in a fifth infielder before Encarnacion drove Norris' first pitch into... Read more
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MyMotherLode.com
Encarnacion's slam sends Indians past Angels 11 7 in 11Cleveland's seven-run second, moved up when Norris unleashed a wild pitch while
MyMotherLode.com / Posted 3 days ago
Cleveland's seven-run second, moved up when Norris unleashed a wild pitch while walking Francisco Lindor. Angels manager Mike Scioscia then walked Michael Brantley and pulled in a fifth infielder before Encarnacion drove Norris' first pitch into... Read more
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News Channel 12 New Bern
Encarnacion's slam sends Indians past Angels 11-7 in 11Cleveland's seven-run second, moved up when Norris unleashed a wild pitch while
News Channel 12 New Bern / Posted 3 days ago
Cleveland's seven-run second, moved up when Norris unleashed a wild pitch while walking Francisco Lindor. Angels manager Mike Scioscia then walked Michael Brantley and pulled in a fifth infielder before Encarnacion drove Norris' first pitch into... Read more
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TSN
Encarnacion's walk-off slam beats AngelsCleveland's seven-run second, moved up when Norris unleashed a wild pitch while
TSN / Posted 3 days ago
Cleveland's seven-run second, moved up when Norris unleashed a wild pitch while walking Francisco Lindor. Angels manager Mike Scioscia then walked Michael Brantley and pulled in a fifth infielder before Encarnacion drove Norris' first pitch into... Read more
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The Morning Journal
Encarnacion’s grand slam lifts Cleveland Indians over Angels, 11-7Cleveland’s seven-run second, moved up when Norris unleashed a wild pitch while
The Morning Journal / Posted 3 days ago
Cleveland’s seven-run second, moved up when Norris unleashed a wild pitch while walking Francisco Lindor. Angels manager Mike Scioscia then walked Michael Brantley and pulled in a fifth infielder before Encarnacion drove Norris’ first pitch into... Read more
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Sportsnet.ca
Edwin Encarnacion's walk-off grand slam sends Indians past AngelsCleveland’s seven-run second, moved up when Norris unleashed a wild pitch while
Sportsnet.ca / Posted 3 days ago
Cleveland’s seven-run second, moved up when Norris unleashed a wild pitch while walking Francisco Lindor. Angels manager Mike Scioscia then walked Michael Brantley and pulled in a fifth infielder before Encarnacion drove Norris’ first pitch into... Read more
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Long Beach Press-Telegram
At 32, the Angels’ Bud Norris seizes potential he once rejectedpartly explains why Norris has 15 saves in 17 opportunities this season. Ask a
Long Beach Press-Telegram / Posted 4 days ago
partly explains why Norris has 15 saves in 17 opportunities this season. Ask any of the Angels’ brass — Eppler, manager Mike Scioscia, pitching coach Charles Nagy — and they will say Norris possesses a “closer’s mentality.” It’s one of the few... Read more
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Pasadena Star-News
At 32, the Angels’ Bud Norris seizes potential he once rejectedpartly explains why Norris has 15 saves in 17 opportunities this season. Ask a
Pasadena Star-News / Posted 4 days ago
partly explains why Norris has 15 saves in 17 opportunities this season. Ask any of the Angels’ brass — Eppler, manager Mike Scioscia, pitching coach Charles Nagy — and they will say Norris possesses a “closer’s mentality.” It’s one of the few... Read more
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Los Angeles Daily News
At 32, the Angels’ Bud Norris seizes potential he once rejectedpartly explains why Norris has 15 saves in 17 opportunities this season. Ask a
Los Angeles Daily News / Posted 4 days ago
partly explains why Norris has 15 saves in 17 opportunities this season. Ask any of the Angels’ brass — Eppler, manager Mike Scioscia, pitching coach Charles Nagy — and they will say Norris possesses a “closer’s mentality.” It’s one of the few... Read more
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San Gabriel Valley Tribune
At 32, the Angels’ Bud Norris seizes potential he once rejectedpartly explains why Norris has 15 saves in 17 opportunities this season. Ask a
San Gabriel Valley Tribune / Posted 4 days ago
partly explains why Norris has 15 saves in 17 opportunities this season. Ask any of the Angels’ brass — Eppler, manager Mike Scioscia, pitching coach Charles Nagy — and they will say Norris possesses a “closer’s mentality.” It’s one of the few... Read more
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San Bernardino Sun
At 32, the Angels’ Bud Norris seizes potential he once rejectedpartly explains why Norris has 15 saves in 17 opportunities this season. Ask a
San Bernardino Sun / Posted 4 days ago
partly explains why Norris has 15 saves in 17 opportunities this season. Ask any of the Angels’ brass — Eppler, manager Mike Scioscia, pitching coach Charles Nagy — and they will say Norris possesses a “closer’s mentality.” It’s one of the few... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
What's in a name? This 'Bud' is for youhe told his teacher he could just go by “Bud.” The nickname stuck. Over time,
Los Angeles Times / Posted 4 days ago
he told his teacher he could just go by “Bud.” The nickname stuck. Over time, even Norris’ mother has capitulated to calling him Bud. The only person who calls him David, Norris says, is Angels manager Mike Scioscia. Hey, as long as... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
Angels' Bud Norris is carving a niche as a relieverelse knows what’s going on, the better I can cope with it.” The last time Norr
Los Angeles Times / Posted 4 days ago
else knows what’s going on, the better I can cope with it.” The last time Norris was available to pitch and Angels manager Mike Scioscia opted for someone else in a save situation was April 18. That night in Houston, Cam Bedrosian suffered a groin... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
Angels mailbag: What is happening with one week until the trade deadline?There is also the matter of whether he can handle the range required there at h
Los Angeles Times / Posted 4 days ago
There is also the matter of whether he can handle the range required there at his advanced age. Also, you didn’t ask, but Mike Scioscia has said Valbuena is not an option to regularly man second. That concludes this week’s mailbag. Next week’s... Read more
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Los Angeles Daily News
Tyler Skaggs still has hurdles to clearwhen he’s expected to be bumped up to five innings. What happens next was the
Los Angeles Daily News / Posted 5 days ago
when he’s expected to be bumped up to five innings. What happens next was the unanswerable question Sunday. Manager Mike Scioscia couldn’t say when Skaggs might be sound enough to rejoin the Angels’ rotation. Skaggs must clear a number of... Read more
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Long Beach Press-Telegram
Parker Bridwell gets a little help in Angels winright-hander, who tossed another standout game in a 3-2 victory over the Boston
Long Beach Press-Telegram / Posted 5 days ago
right-hander, who tossed another standout game in a 3-2 victory over the Boston Red Sox at Angel Stadium. Manager Mike Scioscia freely admitted he’d never seen Bridwell throw a pitch before the Angels acquired him April 17 from the... Read more
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CBS Sports
Boston Red Sox vs. Los Angeles Angels Results, Stats, and Recap - July 23, 2017 Gametrackerthe offense to consistently deliver and help out a superb defense and lights-ou
CBS Sports / Posted 5 days ago
the offense to consistently deliver and help out a superb defense and lights-out bullpen, is obvious to Angels manager Mike Scioscia. ''We need to get better on the offensive end if we're going to make the push we want to make,'' Scioscia... Read more
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CBS Sports
Boston Red Sox vs. Los Angeles Angels Live Coverage, Stats, and Updates - July 23, 2017 Gametrackerseven starts. "The big thing for any young pitcher is the ability to repeat hi
CBS Sports / Posted 5 days ago
seven starts. "The big thing for any young pitcher is the ability to repeat his stuff every outing," Los Angeles manager Mike Scioscia said. "For a guy we didn't know much about, he's really made an impact." Copyright 2017 by STATS. Any... Read more
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The Providence Journal
Angels 7, Red Sox 3: Simmons slugs Angels to victoryYunel Escobar and Mike Trout to start the four-run outburst. "When we got a pi
The Providence Journal / Posted 5 days ago
Yunel Escobar and Mike Trout to start the four-run outburst. "When we got a pitch to hit we hit it hard," Angels manager Mike Scioscia said. "Albert got us going, that's a big double. One thing that can get you back into the game, extra-base hits... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Simmons slugs Angels to 7-3 win over Red Soxcome in bunches, so do the wins for the Los Angeles Angels. "When we got a pit
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 6 days ago
come in bunches, so do the wins for the Los Angeles Angels. "When we got a pitch to hit we hit it hard," Angels manager Mike Scioscia said. "Albert got us going, that's a big double. One thing that can get you back into the game, extra-base hits... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
Angels' Martin Maldonado has been a steady presence behind the platesigns of fatigue because of the increased workload. “The first thing is the me
Los Angeles Times / Posted 6 days ago
signs of fatigue because of the increased workload. “The first thing is the mental strain on the catcher,” Angels manager Mike Scioscia said. “That gets to you before the physical strain. Some catchers will start to take some shortcuts or get a... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
Best way for Dodgers to win the World Series is by adding a pitcherin which the sport appears to be trending. “I don’t think there’s any magic fo
Los Angeles Times / Posted 6 days ago
in which the sport appears to be trending. “I don’t think there’s any magic formula to get you to a World Series,” said Mike Scioscia, the Angels manager then and now. “If you have the Randy Johnson and the [Curt] Schilling, the [Max] Scherzer... Read more
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Bangor Daily News
Big first inning helps Sale, Red Sox cruise past Angelsguys stayed on Ricky and used the whole field and bunched together a bunch of h
Bangor Daily News / Posted 6 days ago
guys stayed on Ricky and used the whole field and bunched together a bunch of hits in the first inning,” Angels manager Mike Scioscia said. “That set the tone for the game.” About the only good news for Los Angeles was that the bullpen held the... Read more
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The Providence Journal
Red Sox 6, Angels 2: Sale cruises through six(nine games). "He's really deceptive, uses both sides of the plate and has rea
The Providence Journal / Posted 7 days ago
(nine games). "He's really deceptive, uses both sides of the plate and has really good secondary stuff," Angels manager Mike Scioscia said. Boston jumped on erratic Angels starter Ricky Nolasco (4-11) in the first, with six of its first seven... Read more
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