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Jered Weaver Demise a Bit Premature?

Facing the high-flying, hard-hitting, first-place Houston Astros tonight, Jered Weaver silenced critics who felt perhaps his time as a front line starter may had come to an end. Entering the game with a 0-4 record, an embarrassing 6.29 ERA, and … Continue reading

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Dodgers’ Make the Smart Move to Re-Sign Juan Uribe

Hanley Ramirez and Corey Seager can now relax. A few hours after I wrote about the Dodgers’ hole at third base, the team made a great move by re-signing Juan Uribe to a very reasonable and affordable two-year, $15 M … Continue reading

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Angels, Cardinals Deal Fixes Problems but Raises Questions

The Angels-St. Louis trade in which the principals were Peter Bourjos and David Freese did a lot of things for both teams, but the most important aspect of the deal is that it means no more moving around for Mike … Continue reading

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High-Paid Free Agents Fail, Angels Roll With Low-Paid Subs

Kole Calhoun, Grant Greene, Hank Conger, Peter Bourjos, Luis Jimenez, J.B. Shuck, Dane De La Rosa, Garrett Richards, Cory Rasmus, Buddy Boshers – Ten players who, with only a couple of exceptions, few Angels’ fans had even even heard of … Continue reading

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Angels Lose Pujols, Waste Quality Start From Richards

Returning to the starting rotation after almost three months toiling out of the bullpen, Garrett Richards was close to perfection over five innings yesterday, but the usually reliable set-up duo of Dane de la Rosa and Scott Downs handed victory … Continue reading

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Angels’ Disabled List Overloaded – And it’s the Pitchers!

The Angels currently have a disabled list that includes eight players, including six pitchers, five of whom if they were not injured, would not only be on the major league roster, but would own key roles on the Angels’ staff. … Continue reading

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A Six-and-One-Half Hour Game Lost, More Injuries, and the Angels are Reeling

So last night, the LA Angels took a 7-2 lead into the eight inning, and Oakland scored four runs to get close, and then a tying run in the ninth. The game went to the 15th inning, when each team … Continue reading

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