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  • Baseball: Players sign autographs for fans in Encino

    Baseball: Players sign autographs for fans in Encino
    A baseball fanfest bringing together minor leaguers and some major leaguers from the Los Angeles area to benefit research for a cure to Crohn's disease was held on Sunday at the Mid Valley baseball complex in Encino. Put together by former Harvard-...
  • Ian Stewart signs minor league deal with Angels

    Ian Stewart signs minor league deal with Angels
    The Angels have signed utility infielder Ian Stewart, a former Westminster La Quinta High star who was a first-round pick of the Colorado Rockies in 2003, to a minor league contract with an invitation to spring training. Stewart has a career .232...
  • Angels still in market for a starting pitcher not named Tanaka

    Angels still in market for a starting pitcher not named Tanaka
    The New York Yankees' signing of Japanese right-hander Masahiro Tanaka to a seven-year, $155-million deal won't really affect the Angels' pursuit of a starting pitcher, but it might complicate things. Though the Angels scouted and liked Tanaka, they did...
  • Chone Figgins, Dodgers agree to minor league contract

    Chone Figgins, Dodgers agree to minor league contract
    The Dodgers, in search of infield depth, agreed Wednesday to a minor league contract with former Angels standout Chone Figgins. The Dodgers declined to confirm the deal. If Figgins makes the Dodgers in spring training, he would provide depth at second...
  • Dodgers bid frugally on Masahiro Tanaka, but not for fear of spending

    Dodgers bid frugally on Masahiro Tanaka, but not for fear of spending
    The Dodgers had just swallowed a quarter of a billion dollars in one swift gulp. They had liberated Adrian Gonzalez, Carl Crawford and Josh Beckett from Boston. It was a jolly afternoon at Dodger Stadium, particularly when the question arose as to whether...
  • Cubs Park has a Wrigley flavor

    Cubs Park has a Wrigley flavor
    Sure, there are changes in the ballclubs that populate Arizona's Cactus League, as those teams begin to mold themselves into contenders. But the biggest change this spring may be the new Cubs Park in Mesa. The park is part of the league's...
  • Angels eye Matt Garza, but Masahiro Tanaka deal could drive up price

    Angels eye Matt Garza, but Masahiro Tanaka deal could drive up price
    The New York Yankees’ signing of Japanese pitching sensation Masahiro Tanaka to a reported seven-year, $155-million deal on Wednesday doesn’t really change much for the Angels in their pursuit of a starting pitcher. Though the Angels scouted...
  • Major League Baseball to require screening of fans

    Major League Baseball to require screening of fans
    Entering a big league ballpark will be a bit like going through an airport by 2015. Major League Baseball has told its 30 teams they must implement security screening for fans by then, either with hand-held metal detection or walk-through magnetometers....
  • Bulked-up Angels OF Josh Hamilton looks to regain 2010 stroke

    Bulked-up Angels OF Josh Hamilton looks to regain 2010 stroke
    In addition to gaining about 20 pounds this winter, Angels outfielder Josh Hamilton said he’s been working with a “functional movement coach” in an effort regain the swing that helped him win American League most-valuable-player honors...
  • Angels agree to terms with Frieri, Salas; Freese, Jepsen unsigned

    Angels agree to terms with Frieri, Salas; Freese, Jepsen unsigned
    The Angels agreed to terms with closer Ernesto Frieri ($3.8 million) and reliever Fernando Salas ($870,000) on 2014 contracts Friday, avoiding arbitration with the pair of right-handers. But they were unable to agree to terms with new third baseman...
  • Baseball's Hall of Fame is a game-changer for fans

    Baseball's Hall of Fame is a game-changer for fans
    COOPERSTOWN, N.Y. — I go to sleep each night watched over by a portrait of Roberto Clemente. I wake up each morning and see a baseball signed by Sandy Koufax. In between, I can glimpse Los Angeles, Washington and Cleveland baseball caps hanging from...