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Jered Weaver yells, then Angels retake lead over Detroit Tigers

Jered Weaver may have lost the zip on his fastball, but the Angels right-hander can still bring the heat. Just ask his teammates who were within earshot of Weaver's fiery tirade after the third inning of Tuesday night's 8-7 victory over the Detroit Tigers in Comerica Park.

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  • Angels fall to Royals, 4-3, in 10 innings, finish trip 1-6

    Angels fall to Royals, 4-3, in 10 innings, finish trip 1-6

    A superb start by Hector Santiago, clutch home runs by David Murphy and Kole Calhoun, a game-saving catch by center fielder Mike Trout … they were all just beacons of hope on another night of frustration for the Angels.

  • Angels pitcher Matt Shoemaker sent down to the minors

    Angels pitcher Matt Shoemaker sent down to the minors

    Matt Shoemaker went 16-4 with a 3.04 earned-run average and finished second in American League rookie-of-the-year voting last season. He righted himself after a shaky start this season, pitching to a 1.49 ERA in six starts from June 26 to Aug. 4.

  • Shortstop Erick Aybar returns to Angels amid series of roster moves

    Shortstop Erick Aybar returns to Angels amid series of roster moves

    The Angels made a flurry of roster moves Sunday, but none involved shortstop Erick Aybar, who has missed the last three games because of tightness in the left side of his lower back. Aybar, in fact, is in the lineup for Sunday night’s series finale against the Kansas City Royals at Kauffman Stadium.

  • The Times' MLB power rankings

    The Times' MLB power rankings

    1. ST. LOUIS: This spot about to be retired in the Cardinals' honor. (1)

  • Angels' Matt Shoemaker has another outing where it was hard to get outs

    Angels' Matt Shoemaker has another outing where it was hard to get outs

    It began with a fat fastball that Kansas City Royals catcher Salvador Perez crushed for a 429-foot home run to left-center field. It ended with a meaty changeup that Perez laced to left for a run-scoring single.

  • How long will bad back keep Angels' Erick Aybar out?

    How long will bad back keep Angels' Erick Aybar out?

    Next to Mike Trout, shortstop Erick Aybar is the player the Angels can least afford to lose to injury, and not just because they scrambled in his absence to piece together an infield in the ninth inning of Thursday night's 7-6 comeback win over the Royals.

  • Angels' C.J. Wilson to have season-ending surgery on left elbow

    Angels' C.J. Wilson to have season-ending surgery on left elbow

    The Angels rotation is deep enough to absorb the loss of C.J. Wilson, who informed the team Thursday that he will undergo surgery to shave down bone spurs in his elbow, a procedure that will sideline the left-hander for the rest of this season but is not expected to affect his availability for...

  • Angels rally late for 7-6 win over Royals

    Angels rally late for 7-6 win over Royals

    The pent-up frustration of an offense that was bottled up for three weeks was released amid a hail of clutch hits against the most unlikely of bullpens Thursday night, the Angels rallying for six runs in the final two innings of an improbable 7-6 victory over the Kansas City Royals in Kauffman...

  • Angels' Mike Scioscia riles White Sox's David Robertson over replay

    Angels' Mike Scioscia riles White Sox's David Robertson over replay

    Mike Scioscia has had his issues with baseball’s instant-replay system, but Chicago White Sox closer David Robertson took issue with the Angels manager’s handling of a replay situation Wednesday night, going so far as to call Scioscia “bush league” for arguing a call that had already been reviewed.

  • Road-weary Angels lose in 13th inning, get swept by White Sox

    Road-weary Angels lose in 13th inning, get swept by White Sox

    The Angels will open a big four-game series against the defending American League-champion Kansas City Royals on Thursday night with the momentum of a Galapagos tortoise.

  • Angels to face fully healed and rejuvenated Kendrys Morales, now with Royals

    Angels to face fully healed and rejuvenated Kendrys Morales, now with Royals

    — It took almost five years, but Kendrys Morales appears fully healed from the devastating left-ankle injury he suffered while jumping into home plate after hitting a walk-off grand slam for the Angels on May 29, 2010.

  • Former Angels GM Jerry Dipoto hired by Red Sox on interim basis

    Former Angels GM Jerry Dipoto hired by Red Sox on interim basis

    Jerry Dipoto, who abruptly resigned as Angels general manager on July 1 in the wake of renewed friction with Manager Mike Scioscia, has been hired on an interim basis by the Boston Red Sox to help with off-season moves, veteran baseball writer Peter Gammons reported Wednesday.

  • Angels, especially Pujols, struggle in clutch, lose to White Sox, 3-0

    Angels, especially Pujols, struggle in clutch, lose to White Sox, 3-0

    Albert Pujols has put up some huge numbers this season, his 30 home runs tying him for fourth place in the American League and his 66 runs batted in tying him for 10th, but the Angels slugger has come up surprisingly small in plenty of big situations.

  • Angels leaders have a meeting of the minds with Joe Torre

    Angels leaders have a meeting of the minds with Joe Torre

    Angels Manager Mike Scioscia, Albert Pujols and Huston Street met with Joe Torre, Major League Baseball's executive vice president of operations, and Jim Leyland, a special adviser to the commissioner, before Tuesday night's game to discuss a number of issues including instant replay and pace of...

  • Angels monitoring workloads of pitchers Hector Santiago, Andrew Heaney

    Angels monitoring workloads of pitchers Hector Santiago, Andrew Heaney

    The Angels don’t plan to put a hard cap on the number of innings Hector Santiago and Andrew Heaney throw this season, but they will monitor both left-handers closely as they surpass their career highs for innings pitched.

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