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Angels' Mike Scioscia reaches detente with Kansas City Royals' Ned Yost

Kansas City Manager Ned Yost has been a lightning rod for criticism, his infatuation with the sacrifice bunt infuriating many Royals fans, and his ill-fated decision to replace starter James Shields with rookie Yordano Ventura in the sixth inning of Tuesday night’s American League...

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Angels fall in Seattle, look for momentum going into playoffs

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  • Jered Weaver gives up three runs early in Angels' 4-3 loss to Seattle
    Jered Weaver gives up three runs early in Angels' 4-3 loss to Seattle

    KEY MOMENT: Within a span of 10 pitches in the second inning, Angels ace Jered Weaver gave up a solo homer to Kendrys Morales, a single to Logan Morrison and a two-run homer to Michael Saunders. Dustin Ackley's fifth-inning homer made it 4-0 Seattle. It was the career-high 27th homer...

  • Angels confident Matt Shoemaker will pitch in playoffs
    Angels confident Matt Shoemaker will pitch in playoffs

    Matt Shoemaker extended his long-toss work to 150 feet on Friday, and he could throw off a mound by Sunday or Monday, fueling hope that the Angels' right-hander, who suffered a mild left rib cage strain on Sept. 15, will be ready to pitch in the American League division series.

  • Frustrated Angels end talks with Anaheim on stadium lease
    Frustrated Angels end talks with Anaheim on stadium lease

    The Angels on Friday ended negotiations with the city of Anaheim over a new Angel Stadium lease, frustrated by the inability to finalize a deal more than a year after there was a framework for an agreement.

  • Angels end stadium negotiations with Anaheim; Tustin on deck?
    Angels end stadium negotiations with Anaheim; Tustin on deck?

    The Angels on Friday ended negotiations with the city of Anaheim over a new Angel Stadium lease, frustrated by the inability to finalize a deal more than a year after the parties had ratified the framework of an agreement.

  • Angels owner Arte Moreno, who stayed the course, closes in on big goal
    Angels owner Arte Moreno, who stayed the course, closes in on big goal

    When Arte Moreno bought the Angels in 2003, seven months removed from their only World Series championship, the franchise was regarded within baseball as a sleeping giant.

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