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By Mark Davis
The nation founders, the Lone Star State thrives
Topic - Mike Scioscia
Los Angeles Angels catcher Chris Iannetta hopes this happens to Garrett Richards many times over.
On a night when starter Jered Weaver struggled at times, the Los Angeles Angels were more concerned about a reliever who only faced one batter.
During their surge to get back near the top of the AL West, hitting has not been the problem for the Los Angeles Angels.
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.
C.J. Wilson enjoys being a tourist in Toronto, but he doesn't much like pitching there.
The Los Angeles Angels have recalled infielder Luis Jimenez from Triple-A Salt Lake City and placed third baseman Ian Stewart on the 15-day disabled list.
In one weekend, the Blue Jays have gone from streaking to slumping.
With his command failing him in a tight situation, Jered Weaver put his pride aside and did something he's never done before: He asked to be taken out of the game.
Tyler Skaggs put a bad start behind him in the best way possible: by carving up his next opponent.
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.
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.
Tyler Skaggs knew he wasn't going to be around for long Sunday after throwing 36 pitches in the first inning and giving up three runs. In fact, it turned out to be the shortest of his 19 major league starts.
Howie Kendrick doesn't care where he hits in the lineup, as long as he gets opportunities to drive in runs for the Angels.
Garrett Richards matched Masahiro Tanaka pitch for pitch and impressed the New York Yankees for seven strong innings. It was the eighth that did in 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.
"Cespedes came up right on the money," he said.