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9/21/2014 | Building Wild Card lead is A's goal vs. Angels

With seven games remaining, the A's lead the Royals by a half-game for the top AL Wild Card spot and lead the Mariners by two games. They'll send July acquisition Jeff Samardzija to the mound against the Angels on Monday at O.co Coliseum.


9/20/2014 | Rasmus out to give Halos what they need vs. Texas

The Angels are trying to nail down home-field advantage for the postseason, while the Rangers are trying to enjoy their late-September surge for as long as possible. So both managers will be going all-out to win on Sunday afternoon when right-hander Cory Rasmus pitches for the Angels and Nick Tepesch takes the mound for the Rangers.


9/20/2014 | Halos' Hamilton has cortisone shots for lingering pain

In an effort to rid himself of lingering pain on the right side of his body and prepare for the playoffs, Josh Hamilton has tried a lot -- stretching, hitting, running, throwing. On Friday, Hamilton took the severe measure of taking seven cortisone shots -- five nerve blocks on his back and two injections on his chest. In the last two weeks, he had previously received five shots on his sore shoulder.


9/20/2014 | Halos look to Weaver in quest for home-field edge

Jered Weaver starts on extra rest as as the Angels try to lock down the league's best record and home-field advantage. Meanwhile, the Rangers look to Colby Lewis to extend their winning streak.


9/20/2014 | Santiago struggles, can't halt Rangers' streak

Hector Santiago struggled for the second straight start and his offense struggled to solve Lisalverto Bonilla as the Angels lost, 12-3, to the Rangers on Friday night at Angel Stadium.


9/20/2014 | Angels lose challenge on play at plate

Robinson Chirinos had his left foot on home plate, which might have caused C.J. Cron to slide around him and try to scrape home plate with his left hand, but umpires deemed he was not in violation of Rule 7.13.


9/19/2014 | Three million in attendance surpassed for 12th straight season

The Angels surpassed 3 million in attendance for the season on Friday night for the 12th consecutive season -- a feat matched only by the Yankees.


9/19/2014 | Three-man rotation being considered for ALDS

For the first time on Thursday, the Angels' coaching staff went over their potential 25-man roster for the five-game American League Division Series that kicks off from Angel Stadium in a couple of weeks.


9/19/2014 | Angels motivated to win for injured teammate Richards

Some pundits thought Garrett Richards' season-ending knee injury would bury the Angels. Instead, it brought them closer together.


9/19/2014 | LeBlanc, reserves edged out by Felix, Mariners

The Wild Card-contending Mariners and their ace were supposed to steamroll the Angels' second-stringers and their replacement journeyman starting pitcher. Instead, Wade LeBlanc held his own against Felix Hernandez before Seattle won a battle of the bullpens, 3-1, at Angel Stadium.


9/18/2014 | Scioscia wins challenge in finale with Mariners

The Mariners' Logan Morrison was called out in the fifth inning after a video review overturned the call on the field of an infield single during the Angels' series finale with Seattle on Thursday night at Angel Stadium.


9/18/2014 | Angels' ALDS tickets going fast

Less than 24 hours after clinching a division title, the Angels had already sold 98 percent of available seats for Games 1 and 2 of the American League Division Series, which take place Oct. 2 and 3 at Angel Stadium.


9/18/2014 | Hamilton shut down with chest, rib pain

Josh Hamilton is shut down again, this time with what the Angels outfielder described as "a sharp, stabbing pain" around the area of his chest and right rib cage, underneath his armpits.


9/18/2014 | Halos scratch Weaver, rest regulars

One night after clinching the American League West title, the Angels scratched Jered Weaver from his Thursday start against Mariners ace Felix Hernandez, opting to go with left-hander Wade LeBlanc, instead.


9/18/2014 | Rangers look to stall Halos' quest for top seed

Coming off two straight winning series for just the third time all season, the Rangers find themselves playing one final road series against the American League West champion Angels as Lisalverto Bonilla and Hector Santiago square off on Friday.


9/18/2014 | Angels' playoff picture has yet to be painted

The Angels have clinched the American League West title and home-field advantage in their AL Division Series, but their ALDS opponent is far from determined. Here is a look at the possibilities.


9/18/2014 | Felix, Mariners square off vs. new champs

With the Angels clinching the AL West title on Wednesday and the Mariners eyeing a Wild Card spot, both teams will send their aces to the mound on Thursday when Felix Hernandez and Jered Weaver square off in an Opening Day rematch.


9/18/2014 | Angels ride determination back to the top

This was an American League West title built on perseverance and resilience. Oh sure, you hear every division champion say this kind of stuff. The only thing is, these Angels walked the walk.


9/18/2014 | Wilson finds form for Angels at just right time

The Angels officially clinched the AL West title late Wednesday night, but that became inevitable long ago. The most encouraging part was how they did it -- with C.J. Wilson dominating for the first time in a long time.


9/18/2014 | Angels have pedigree to go all the way

Teams have continually overcome rotation shortcomings to win it all, and there are so many reasons to feel good about the 2014 Angels as they march toward October. Here are five reasons they can win the World Series.


9/18/2014 | Tide turns in Angels' favor in return to playoffs

You need talent, sure. But you don't handily win a division, and set yourself up to finish with baseball's best record, without savvy deals, unlikely contributors and uncanny perseverance. The Angels got plenty of that in 2014, which ultimately ended a four-year playoff draught and brought them their sixth American League West title in 14 years.


9/18/2014 | Back on top: Angels reclaim AL West title

After a four-year playoff drought, the Angels reclaimed the title they held for the majority of the 2000s on Wednesday night, first by beating the Mariners, 5-0, and then by watching as the A's lose to the Rangers, 6-1, in Oakland.


9/17/2014 | Shoemaker's uncertain status weighs heavy on Halos

The uncertainty surrounding Matt Shoemaker's left rib cage injury is of great concern to an Angels club on the verge of clinching a division title but particularly vulnerable with its starting rotation, which has already lost Garrett Richards and Tyler Skaggs for the season.


9/17/2014 | Angels' Freese is heating up at the right time

If there's one word to describe David Freese, it may be this one: Streaky. There have been some pronounced slumps in the still-evolving career of the former Cardinals and current Angels third baseman.


9/16/2014 | Hamilton returns early; Pujols in lineup at first

Josh Hamilton returned to the starting lineup after an 11-game absence, and Albert Pujols was back at first base for Tuesday's game against the Mariners, one night after the Angels first baseman exited in the third inning because of a cramp in his left hamstring.




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