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Angels fall to last place in the division with loss

The double-digit deficit in the division is daunting, the injuries seem insurmountable, but Angels Manager Mike Scioscia remains undeterred. As long as his team is mathematically alive and he can find enough healthy players to field a squad, he will not raise the white flag. “No way will we ever...

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  • Bryn Wade of Murrieta Mesa is the L.A. Times baseball coach of the year

    Bryn Wade of Murrieta Mesa is the L.A. Times baseball coach of the year

    Qualifying for the Southern Section baseball playoffs for the first time in school history and then winning the first CIF title in school history in the same year explains all you probably need to know about the Times’ coach of the year, Bryn Wade of Murrieta Mesa. But there’s much more. The 40-year-old,...

  • L.A. Times high school baseball all-star team

    L.A. Times high school baseball all-star team

    The L.A. Times’ high school baseball all-star team: P: Kevin Gowdy, Santa Barbara, senior — The UCLA signee went 5-1 with a 1.10 ERA, walking just six batters while striking out 104 in 63 2/3 innings. P: Collin Quinn, JSerra, senior — The Washington State commit went 12-1 with an 0.82 ERA throwing...

  • Damien left-hander Nick Lodolo selected by Pirates 41st overall

    Damien left-hander Nick Lodolo selected by Pirates 41st overall

    Damien left-hander Nick Lodolo was selected No. 41 overall by the Pittsburgh Pirates. Lodolo was the third Southern California prospect taken in Thursday’s Major League Baseball draft. The Pirates’ selection came in the first compensation round. Lodolo, a 6-foot-6 18-year-old, throws a fastball...

  • Three of MLB draft's first-day picks are UCLA signees

    Three of MLB draft's first-day picks are UCLA signees

    Before Thursday, this year’s Major League Baseball draft lacked anything resembling a consensus at the top of the class. For a time, pitcher A.J. Puk was many pundits’ pick to go first. Then it was pitcher Jason Groome. For some, it was outfielder Kyle Lewis. In the end, the first pick was a high...

  • Santa Barbara's Kevin Gowdy is taken No. 42 overall by Phillies in MLB draft

    Santa Barbara's Kevin Gowdy is taken No. 42 overall by Phillies in MLB draft

    It’s a new round, but the same result. With the first pick of the Major League Baseball draft’s second round, the Philadelphia Phillies picked a Southern California high school player committed to UCLA. Again. This time, the Phillies went with Kevin Gowdy a right-hander from Santa Barbara High...

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