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Topic - ernesto frieri
Joe Smith and Ernesto Frieri insist they don't mind which one of them is called on to pitch the ninth inning for the Los Angeles Angels, even if it means some bullpen mixing and matching from game to game.
A few minutes after Mike Trout and Albert Pujols combined on the Los Angeles Angels' tying eighth-inning rally, one bad fastball by Ernesto Frieri undid his teammates' work yet again.
Ernesto Frieri has lost his job as Los Angeles Angels closer - at least for a while.
Los Angeles Angels manager Mike Scioscia says he is not ready to take away Ernesto Frieri's duties as the team's closer.
Trailing by two runs with two men on in the bottom of the ninth inning, Washington's Jayson Werth worked a 3-0 count against Angels closer Ernesto Frieri.
Aside from Albert Pujols' 496th home run and some stingy pitching by newcomer Hector Santiago, little else went right for the Los Angeles Angels in their first meeting this season with the defending AL West champions.
John Jaso came up big again as a pinch-hitter with a home run against Los Angeles Angels closer Ernesto Frieri, a year and five days after doing the same thing to Kevin Jepsen at Angel Stadium - a place where Jaso just loves to hit.
The Los Angeles Angels settled half their arbitration cases Friday, agreeing to one-year contract with right-handers Ernesto Frieri and Fernando Salas while exchanging proposed figures with third baseman David Freese and right-hander Kevin Jepsen.
Ryan Madson finalized a $3.5 million, one-year deal on Wednesday with the Los Angeles Angels, who believe the right-handed reliever will make a strong comeback from elbow ligament replacement surgery.
Ryan Madson agreed to a one-year deal on Wednesday with the Los Angeles Angels, who believe the right-handed reliever will make a strong comeback from Tommy John surgery.
Third baseman Chase Headley is expected to miss four to six weeks with a broken left pinkie, leaving the punchless San Diego Padres without their most productive hitter.
"Whenever they feel like they need me, I'm going to be ready," Frieri said. "Doesn't matter what inning, doesn't matter what situation. I'm a competitor. I just want to compete."
"Everybody knew that I was throwing a fastball," Frieri said. "I'm good, man. I won't get crazy. I don't want to get used to this because I know I'm way better than what I've been doing lately. I've got to learn from this, learn from the mistakes and get better."