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Angels not about to panic

Angels not about to panic

That torrid stretch in which the Angels won 17 of 20 games from June 27 to July 22 seemed a distant memory Thursday night as Jason Castro's walk-off three-run home run sailed into the right-center field seats in Minute Maid Park.

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  • Matt Joyce remains Angels' starting left fielder despite struggles

    Matt Joyce remains Angels' starting left fielder despite struggles

    The Angels would like to trade for a left fielder, as you might have heard a few thousand times this season. Yet, when the first two big deals of this trading season were announced Thursday, the Angels were not involved, and Matt Joyce was still in left field.

  • Huston Street credits Trevor Hoffman after picking up 300th save

    Huston Street credits Trevor Hoffman after picking up 300th save

    Minutes after picking up his 300th save in a 5-2 victory over the Twins, Angels closer Huston Street was quick to credit the man who he says had the biggest influence on the trajectory of his career -- longtime San Diego Padres legend Trevor Hoffman.

  • Huston Street becomes second youngest to 300 saves

    Huston Street becomes second youngest to 300 saves

    There were 26 pitchers in baseball's 300-save club before Wednesday, an elite group headed by a right-hander who had the game's most devastating cut fastball (Mariano Rivera), another who had one of baseball's best changeups (Trevor Hoffman), and a left-hander who threw 98 mph (Billy Wagner).

  • David Freese breaks finger in Angels' win over Twins

    David Freese breaks finger in Angels' win over Twins

    A 5-2 win over Minnesota on Wednesday night proved costly for the Angels, who lost David Freese to a fractured right index finger, an injury that will sideline the third baseman for several weeks, and center fielder Daniel Robertson to right shoulder stiffness, an injury that is not serious.

  • Mike Trout returns to Angels' lineup; Jered Weaver may start game in minors

    Mike Trout returns to Angels' lineup; Jered Weaver may start game in minors

    Mike Trout returned to the Angels’ lineup as the designated hitter for Wednesday night’s game against the Minnesota Twins, one day after the center fielder missed his first game of the season because of a left heel injury.

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