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100 Years Old? Get Out On The Mound!

A story has been in the news of a 105-year-old woman throwing out the first pitch at today’s Texas Rangers game. Amazing, unreal, one-of-a-king you’d think, right. Well first, here’s a video (with a short interview) of 105-year-old Edith Sullivan, … Continue reading

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Underrated Angels Will Compete

As the 2016 season gets underway this weekend, the Los Angeles Angels are under the radar of most “experts” and despite a couple of question marks, they will complete in the talented American League West and I see a return … Continue reading

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In the Declining AL West, Angels Still By Far the Best

A year ago on the eve of the 2014 major league baseball season, the American League West was baseball’s strongest division. By the end of the season, the Angels had baseball’s best record, and the Oakland A’s had gone through … Continue reading

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The Angels’ Flagrant Weakness

In a division that features perhaps the American Leagues’ best team in the Oakland A’s, and another sold contender when healthy, the Texas Rangers, the Angels seem to also have just about it all as well, save for one glowing … Continue reading

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Have Oakland and Texas Injuries Given AL West to the Angels?

The Angels offense, coming off a disappointing 2013, looks greatly improved, and with one of the game’s best managers in the dugout and a great defensive team on the field, the one real question mark as the season approaches is … Continue reading

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AL Playoff Forcast

Way back in April, we thought that the Angels would have little trouble winning the AL West, and that if Tampa could just get enough offense, their great pitching would earn them the AL East top spot. We sorta thought … Continue reading

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Angels Can’t Stop Rangers’ Bats, Blow Second in a Row; New AL West Talent

Not since the days of the the late Art Fowler and the original Arson Squad in the early years of the original major league LA Angels (that’s pre-Anaheim, guys), has Angel pitching fueled such fires of opposition run production. In … Continue reading

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Angels, Texas Rangers Series’ Importance Belies Calendar

Coming off a disappointing start to the season’s second half, even thought it’s still just July, the Angels begin a key series tonight with Texas. The Angels will face lefty Derek Holland, 2-0 after returning from the DL after a … Continue reading

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St. Louis Cardinals – World Champs

Our pre-game post had it right – the St. Louis Cardinals are World Champs. Congrats to Tony LaRussa, World Series MVP David Freese, and the great fans in St. Louis. St. Louis Cardinals 2011 World Series Champions Gear With or … Continue reading

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