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Topic - Hector Santiago
The Los Angeles Angels have reinstated outfielder Kole Calhoun from the 15-day disabled list and optioned left-hander Hector Santiago to Triple-A Salt Lake.
The Los Angeles Angels have recalled infielder Efren Navarro from Triple-A Salt Lake City and moved struggling left-hander Hector Santiago to the bullpen.
For the second straight year, the Los Angeles Angels' management went out of its way to honor a retiring member of the New York Yankees' "Core Four." Last season it was Mariano Rivera, who retired as the all-time saves leader and received a painting of himself.
Derek Jeter gave the Los Angeles Angels' fans something special to remember him by in his final game at the "Big A." And he received something equally special in return.
With Prince Fielder, Adrian Beltre and Elvis Andrus struggling at the plate, Texas manager Ron Washington enjoyed watching a couple of home runs from two of the few players in his lineup who were hitting .300 or better.
At this point, things can only get better for Hector Santiago in his first season with the Los Angeles Angels.
When Mike Trout homered on the seventh pitch of the afternoon, the Los Angeles Angels looked ready to mash the Yankees once more time.
John Ryan Murphy spent a while in the minors catching Dellin Betances, hoping they could someday contribute on a higher level.
What began as a routine walk quickly turned into a slapstick farce for the Los Angeles Angels.
Ian Kinsler took off toward second base and kept on going.
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.
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.
Now the Los Angeles Angels are more concerned about Josh Hamilton's aching thumb than their inability to solve the Seattle Mariners early this season.
Corey Hart saw everyone around him contributing something to the Seattle Mariners' strong start. After a lackluster spring and sluggish first week, he desperately wanted to be a part of it.
Howie Kendrick singled home two runs in a four-run seventh inning, offsetting a pair of solo homers by Hanley Ramirez and leading the Los Angeles Angels to a 7-5 victory over the Los Angeles Dodgers on Thursday night in the opener of their Freeway Series.
"So many guys on this team have been chipping in and I haven't been one of them," he said. "It was nice to find contact tonight and be able to help out. I was getting kind of tired watching everyone else help out."
"I tried to beat him in and just left it over the middle of the plate," Santiago said.