1. Trout's Solo Jack

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  2. Mike Trout Unveils Life-Sized Bobblehead of Himself

    Mike Trout unveiled a life-sized bobblehead of himself at Angel Stadium on Friday before LA hosted the Texas Rangers . And, yes, the head of this version of the reigning American League MVP does in fact bobble...

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  3. Angels Recall RHP Tropeano for Start

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  4. Fangraphs: Matt Harrison Is Back

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  5. Breaking Down Prospects in Kazmir Trade

    Kevin Conti Written by Kevin Conti about 5 days ago 41 reads 0 comments

  6. Where Did the Seattle Mariners Go Wrong?

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  7. Angels Acquire INF Gillaspie from White Sox

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  8. Angels Acquire INF Gillaspie from White Sox

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  9. Matt Joyce Remains Angels' Starting Left Fielder Despite Struggles

    The Angels would like to trade for a left fielder, as you might have heard a few thousand times this season...

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  10. Mariners' Kyle Seager Eager to Atone for Bad Game

    Kyle Seager wasn't going to spend an entire afternoon stewing in the dugout. There was only one way to rid the memory of his failures Wednesday night, and that was to play Thursday afternoon...

    Kyle Brown Written by Kyle Brown about 6 days ago 86 reads 0 comments

  11. Time for Mariners to Face Reality as Trade Deadline Nears

    The most frustrating part of the Mariners ' season actually might be games such as Thursday's, when they give a tantalizing glimpse of what could have been...

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  12. Rising Astros Get Series Sweep over Sox

    In the final game of a three game series between the Astros and Red Sox , the Astros handed the ball to Lance McCullers with the sweep on the line and a chance to make up a game on the Angels ...

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  13. Astros Sweep Sox with Close 5-4 Win

    Jose Altuve's fourth straight hit of the night just barely crept over the yellow line along the Crawford Boxes, good for the first walk-off home run of the second baseman's career and a ninth-inning tie-breaker at Minute Maid Park...

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  14. Altuve's Walkoff Homer Lifts Astros over Boston 5-4

    HOUSTON -- Jose Altuve homered with one out in the bottom of the ninth, the last of his four hits, and the Houston Astros beat Boston 5-4 on Thursday night, extending the Red Sox 's losing streak to a season-high eight games...

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  15. Altuve's walk-off blast reviewed

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  16. Mariners Win as Pitchers' Duel Turns into Marathon

    The many scouts who showed up at Comerica Park to get a look at pending free-agent pitchers Hisashi Iwakuma and David Price … well, they got an eyeful in a tight pitchers' duel...

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  17. Garrett Richards Strong, Ervin Santana Stronger as Angels Lose

    Garrett Richards pitched a great game, and just made one mistake: a slider to Trevor Plouffe that was hit out for a 3-run homer...

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  18. Angels' Win Streak Ends at 7 in Minnesota

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  19. Correa's Nice Diving Stop

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  20. Astros Glad to Have Scott Kazmir on Their Side

    The pitcher Astros hitters would truly rather watch from the dugout rather than face at the plate is named Scott Kazmir...

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  21. Beane Shifts A's Focus to Future with Kazmir Trade

    With the A's struggling to make up any ground in the American League West, general manager Billy Beane decided it was time to pull the plug on a season that simply hasn't gone according to plan...

    Kyle Brown Written by Kyle Brown about 6 days ago 32 reads 0 comments

  22. A's Bullpen Start Gives Way to Series Loss

    Well. That was uninspiring, if not completely expected. The A's cobbled together a bullpen start to replace the traded Scott Kazmir, and and the surprisingly short-lived Drew Pomeranz--who ...

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  23. A's Lose to Toronto as Pomeranz Struggles in Emergency Start

    Drew Pomeranz began the season in the A's rotation before helping to settle a turbulent bullpen, and he was the emergency replacement Thursday after scheduled starter Scott Kazmir was traded to Houston ...

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  24. Zunino's Double Lifts Mariners over Tigers 3-2 in 12 Innings

    Mike Zunino's RBI double in the top of the 12th inning gave the Seattle Mariners a 3-2 win over the Detroit Tigers on Thursday...

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  25. Mike Zunino Hits Decisive Double to Top Tigers

    In what was a showcase of starting pitchers for much of Thursday's contest at Comerica Park, Mariners backup catcher Mike Zunino took the spotlight with the decisive double in the 12th inning of a 3-2 victory over the Tigers ...

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