1. Wild Things: Dubious Record Would Make Sheen and Robbins Proud

    Lost in the shuffle of the Los Angeles Angels getting pounded by the Colorado Rockies on Monday was a record that evoked memories of fictional pitchers Ricky Vaughn and Nuke LaLoosh...

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  2. Demotions Should Only Be Beginning for Halos

    Though the race in the AL West is still far from over as of right now, there is one truth that the Los Angeles Angels need to confront in a hurry. The offense, in its current state, will not overtake the Texas Rangers...

    Bill Martinez Written by Bill Martinez about 5 years ago 322 reads 3 comments

  3. Halo Magic? Angels' Comeback Against M's Could Be Latest in String

    Every successful season usually has a few signature moments that come to define a team in one way or another...

    Bill Martinez Written by Bill Martinez about 5 years ago 116 reads 1 comments

  4. Los Angeles Angels Still in AL West Race Despite Early-Season Pitfalls

    What a difference a year makes in the American League West. Last year at this time, the Angels were tied with the surprising Oakland A's atop the division (despite a complete lack of offense), ...

    Bill Martinez Written by Bill Martinez about 5 years ago 97 reads 1 comments

  5. Angels Game Postponed as Team Deals with Yet Another Tragedy

    Following the tragic death of Angels pitcher Nick Adenhart in a hit-and-run accident early Thursday morning in Fullerton, the Angels and Athletics have postponed tonight’s scheduled finale of the team’s four-game series...

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  6. “Yes We Can”: A Look Back at the 1979 California Angels

    The year 1979, outside of baseball, had a myriad of history going on. The Ayatollah Khomeni seized power in Iran and people loyal to him eventually took American diplomats hostage...

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  7. Junior Back to Seattle? The Impact on the Race for Second in the AL West

    News reports from various sources late Thursday said that Ken Griffey, Jr. and the Seattle Mariners were nearing agreement on a one-year deal that would bring arguably the greatest player in franchise history back to the Pacific Northwest...

    Bill Martinez Written by Bill Martinez about over 5 years ago 167 reads 7 comments

  8. Deal with Abreu Gives Angels Control of AL West Again

    With reports of a one-year, $5 million deal between free-agent outfielder Bobby Abreu and the Los Angeles Angels on Wednesday, the team that critics and rivals suddenly said was starting ...

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  9. Bobby Abreu to LA Angels Rumors Pick Up Steam with Waiver of Green

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  10. Why It Is Safe To Believe That Bret Boone Was On Steroids

    If you look back to the peak of the steroid era in the early part of the decade, you saw a bunch of guys who went from being lanky to specimens that would have turned some heads out on Los Angeles' famed Muscle Beach in Venice...

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