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6/28/2015 | Angels send Kubitza back to Triple-A

The Angels announced they were optioning third baseman Kyle Kubitza to Triple-A Salt Lake following Sunday's series finale against the Mariners at Angel Stadium, with a corresponding move to come prior to Monday's series opener against the Yankees.


6/28/2015 | Santiago adds to All-Star resume

Hector Santiago, same as a start ago, said he's still looking forward to four days off over the All-Star break. Maybe he should start thinking about making alternate plans.


6/28/2015 | Angels stun Mariners on wild pitch in 10th

With the Mariners on the verge of getting out of a bases-loaded, no-out jam in the 10th inning on Sunday, reliever Tom Wilhelmsen threw a wild pitch that let Kole Calhoun race home with the winning run, giving the Angels a 3-2 walk-off win at Angel Stadium.


6/28/2015 | Sabathia tangles with Trout, Angels in opener

The Yankees have been scratching their heads about CC Sabathia's continued struggles against right-handed hitters, who have feasted on the veteran left-hander to a .339/.374/.580 split line -- essentially, the equivalent of what Mike Trout has done for the Angels this season.


6/28/2015 | Street vehemently opposed to using closers early

Huston Street said if the Angels decided to use him in the highest leverage situation late in the game rather than the ninth inning, he'd retire.


6/27/2015 | Calhoun's homer sets tone for Richards

Kole Calhoun's two-run homer off J.A. Happ in the first inning of the Angels' 4-2 win over the Mariners on Saturday was important for Garrett Richards, who was able to attack Seattle hitters with his plus pitches for 7 2/3 innings, during which he allowed just two runs.


6/27/2015 | Angels' Santiago looks to take down King Felix

No one would have predicted that Hector Santiago would have a better ERA than Felix Hernandez this late in June. But that's the case as the pair prepare to square off in the Angels-Mariners series finale on Sunday at Angel Stadium.


6/27/2015 | Aybar plans to start series finale

Angels shortstop Erick Aybar was help out of the starting lineup Saturday after tweaking his hamstring on Friday, but he was able to pinch-hit in the seventh inning and said he plans to start Sunday's series finale.


6/27/2015 | For Pujols and Trout, class is always in session

Albert Pujols and Mike Trout take studying opponents' pitchers to the next level, and it not only shows in their results, it rubs off on their Angels teammates.


6/27/2015 | Shoemaker gaining velocity as timing improves

The timing of Matt Shoemaker's delivery was back in sync on Friday night, his work in the extra two days he had before his start paying off. The Angels' still-middling offense just couldn't back him up.


6/27/2015 | Angels call on Richards against Mariners

Angels right-hander Garrett Richards will try to stay on track against the Mariners, who will counter with left-hander J.A. Happ in the second game of a three-game series between American League West rivals at Angel Stadium Saturday. Seattle won the opener, 3-1.


6/27/2015 | Walker's gem lifts Mariners at Angel Stadium

Taijuan Walker pitched seven innings of one-run ball and the Mariners' scuffling offense did just enough against the Angels' Matt Shoemaker to capture a 3-1 win at Angel Stadium on Friday night.


6/26/2015 | Street excited to have 300 saves in reach

Angels closer Huston Street entered this weekend's series against the Mariners just five saves away from 300 for his career. It may not be 3,000 hits or 500 home runs, but it's a distinguished round number nonetheless. Only 26 players have reached the milestone since saves became an official stat in 1969.


6/26/2015 | Trumbo seeks jump-start in return to Angel Stadium

Returning to Angel Stadium, where Mark Trumbo played his first four Major League seasons just 10 minutes from his childhood home, might be the perfect tonic for the 29-year-old who has struggled at the plate in his first three weeks with the Mariners.


6/26/2015 | Angels remind Skaggs he won't return this year

They knew Tyler Skaggs was nearing his first bullpen session and they figured he'd start to get really excited, so just in case he had forgotten, the Angels' trainers and pitching coach Mike Butcher about a month ago gave the 23-year-old left-hander a reminder: You're not pitching this year, no matter what.


6/26/2015 | Angels host MLB Players Trust youth clinic

The Players Trust's City Clinics program hosted a baseball clinic in Anaheim on Friday morning for athletes ages 6-16 from the Angels' Reviving Baseball in Inner Cities (RBI) program and other organizations.


6/25/2015 | Angels acquire Winkler from Rays for Krauss

The Angels acquired right-handed reliever Kyle Winkler from the Rays in exchange for left-handed power hitter Marc Krauss on Thursday.


6/25/2015 | Dipoto: Angels have to be 'patient' with bats

Andrew Heaney's impressive debut and Taylor Featherston's timely hit carried the day, but Wednesday's series-winning, 2-1, 13-inning victory over the Astros was also a steady reminder of the offensive troubles that continue to plague this Angels team.


6/25/2015 | Fireballer Newcomb tabbed for Futures Game

Angels pitching prospect Sean Newcomb, drafted 15th overall last summer, has been selected to take part in the SiriusXM All-Star Futures Game in Cincinnati on July 12.


6/25/2015 | Futures teams loaded with Top 100 Prospects

A quick look at last year's SiriusXM All-Star Futures Game rosters should provide enough motivation to tune in to the prospect-laden game on All-Star Sunday, July 12, at Great American Ball Park in Cincinnati.


6/24/2015 | Angels win series, but Astros a legit force

It took 18 Angels players 13 innings and four hours, 31 minutes to get it done, but they finally subdued the Astros, 2-1, on Wednesday to take a series they badly needed for reasons both mathematical and emotional. These Astros are a force to be reckoned with, and dealing with it are the four clubs chasing them in the American League West.


6/24/2015 | On-the-job training continues for Featherston

It has often been said, by outsiders and even his own manager, that Taylor Featherston's situation is not ideal.


6/24/2015 | Angels send Shoemaker to mound in opener vs. Mariners

Right-hander Matt Shoemaker will open the Angels' third straight series against a division opponent when he faces righty Taijuan Walker and the Mariners on Friday night at Angel Stadium.


6/24/2015 | Angels edge Astros in 13 on Featherston's hit

Rookie infielder Taylor Featherston hit a Chad Qualls slider off the end of the bat and got just enough of it to hit a flare over the head of Astros first baseman Chris Carter, scoring Erick Aybar and sending the Angels to a 2-1 win in 13 innings on Wednesday afternoon.


6/24/2015 | Efficient Heaney impresses in Angels debut

Andrew Heaney's 33rd pitch as an Angel ran hard past Carlos Correa's back leg, and home plate umpire John Hirschbeck made the call. The 24-year-old left-hander, who was drafted ninth overall by the Marlins in 2012, had just recorded his first strikeout in Anaheim -- by ringing up his Draft's No. 1 pick.




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