1. Freese out of Lineup Against Houston

    Drew Morita Written by Drew Morita about 6 days ago 3 reads 0 comments

  2. Heaney Gets Surprise Start vs. Astros

    Surprise! Andrew Heaney starting for Angels today (and likely for Weaver next week). Matt Shoemaker pushed to Friday...

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  3. Jose Canseco Still Swinging at 50

    Minutes before the first pitch at the Pittsburg Diamonds' game Tuesday night, the PA system at City Park was blasting radio clips from the Bash Brothers era...

    Drew Morita Written by Drew Morita about 6 days ago 125 reads 0 comments

  4. Montgomery Rides 'Emotion' in Gem vs. Royals

    SEATTLE -- As Mike Montgomery jogged from the Mariners ' dugout to take the mound for his ninth and final inning of work Tuesday night against the Royals , fans left their seats to give the rookie left-hander a standing ovation...

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  5. Correa Continues Meteoric Rise

    ANAHEIM -- The Puerto Rico Baseball Academy in Gurabo, P.R., is to be commended. One of its graduates, Carlos Correa, is a polished gem embarking on what promises to be a fulfilling career in a highly demanding profession...

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  6. Albert Pujols Is Back…but for How Long?

    On May 25, with the score tied in the bottom of the ninth, runners on first and third, and two outs, then– Padres manager Bud Black ordered his bullpen ace, Craig Kimbrel, to intentionally walk Mike Trout...

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  7. What We've Learned About the Oakland A's Near the Halfway Mark

    With three months of baseball nearly in the books, we've learned quite a bit about an Oakland A's team we thought we knew. The A's sit at 32-41, fifth in the AL West standings and 10 games back from first place...

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  8. Valbuena, Correa Power Astros to 13-3 Rout of Angels

    ANAHEIM, Calif. -- Luis Valbuena homered twice and touted rookie Carlos Correa hit a mammoth three-run shot off C.J. Wilson, powering the Houston Astros to a 13-3 rout of the Los Angeles Angels on Tuesday night...

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  9. Phegley Big Hits for A's in 8-6 Win at Texas

    ARLINGTON, Texas -- Josh Phegley homered and had a two-run double, Ben Zobrist also went deep and the Oakland Athletics beat Texas 8-6 in a series opener Tuesday night.....

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  10. Vogt Gets Cortisone Shot for Strained Elbow

    A's catcher Stephen Vogt is out of Tuesday's lineup after receiving a cortisone shot for a left elbow strain, manager Bob Melvin told reporters.....

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  11. Shin-Soo Choo Sitting (Back Spasms)

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  12. Rangers Bring Beltre Back from DL, Keep Joey Gallo on Active Roster

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  13. Beltre Returns, Shin-Soo Choo Sitting (Back Spasms)

    # Rangers lineup: Odor, 2b; Gallo, 3b; Fielder, dh; Beltre, 3b; Moreland, 1b; Andrus, ss; Martin, cf; Rua, rf; Chirinos, c.....

    Paige Kuhn Written by Paige Kuhn about 7 days ago 2 reads 0 comments

  14. Josh Hamilton Expected to Begin Rehab Assignment Wednesday

    ARLINGTON – Rangers outfielder Josh Hamilton, who has been on the DL since June 1, is expected to start a rehab assignment with Double-A Frisco on Wednesday and could be back in the Rangers lineup as early as the start of next week...

    James Wrabel Written by James Wrabel about 7 days ago 494 reads 0 comments

  15. Astros Fans Among the Worst Offenders in MLB Fan Base Grammar Rankings

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  16. Report: Hamels Would Block Trade to Astros

    Kevin Conti Written by Kevin Conti about 7 days ago 128 reads 0 comments

  17. George Springer Taking Big Next Step to Realizing Star Potential

    There are several reasons for the Houston Astros ’ stunning position at the top of the American League West standings...

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  18. Cruz Exits Due to Minor Pelvic Injury

    SEATTLE -- Mariners right fielder Nelson Cruz left Monday night's game against the Royals with an injury to his pelvic bone, manager Lloyd McClendon said after the team's 4-1 loss to the Royals...

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  19. Angels Play Small Ball, Win Opener 4-3

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  20. Pujols' 2 HRs Help Angels Beat Astros 4-3

    ANAHEIM, Calif. -- Albert Pujols homered twice and Erick Aybar scored the go-ahead run on a safety squeeze by Daniel Robertson in the eighth inning, leading the Los Angeles Angels to a 4-3 victory over the Houston Astros on Monday night...

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  21. Video: Pujols Hits His 15th HR in 24 Games

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  22. Nelson Cruz Injury: Updates on Mariners Star's Pelvis and Return

    Seattle Mariners slugging outfielder/DH Nelson Cruz left June 22's game against the Kansas City Royals due to a pelvic injury. He would return to the lineup the following day, the team announced ...

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  23. Nelson Cruz Exits with Tight Hamstring

    Nelson Cruz left tonight's game with a tight right hamstring. Dustin Ackley pinch-hit for Cruz in the 7th inning...

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  24. Scioscia: 'We Survived PEDs. [We] Will Never Survive Gambling'

    Earlier on Monday, ESPN's Outside The Lines reported evidence had been uncovered showing Pete Rose did indeed bet on baseball as a player during the 1986 season. He had previously said he only bet on baseball while managing...

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  25. What We've Learned About the LA Angels Near the Halfway Mark

    Seventy games into the 2015 MLB season, the Los Angeles Angels are owners of a 35-35 record. At exactly .500 is not where Los Angeles wanted to be nearing the halfway point of the baseball season, but these 70 games are already banked...

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