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  • Spring training: Angels 8, Giants 7; Cubs 4, Angels 2

    Spring training: Angels 8, Giants 7; Cubs 4, Angels 2
    AT THE PLATE: Kole Calhoun hit a walk-off home run, the second of his two hits against the Giants. He also stole a base. Erick Aybar (two hits) and Howie Kendrick (two runs batted in) make for a hot-hitting middle infield, with Aybar at .333 and Kendrick at .387.
  • Angels' Raul Ibanez tries first base

    Angels' Raul Ibanez tries first base
    TEMPE, Ariz. — Raul Ibanez is 41. He has not started a major league game at first base since he was 32. The Angels will start him at first base in Monday's Cactus League game against the San Francisco Giants. If Ibanez can handle the position,...

    Angels strike out during first try of new instant-replay system

    Angels strike out during first try of new instant-replay system
    SCOTTSDALE, Ariz.¬†— The Angels put baseball's new instant-replay system or, to be more precise, a crude facsimile of what will be used in the regular season, to the test for the first time Monday at Salt River Fields. It did not go well, with...

    Angels Manager Mike Scioscia loses first instant-replay challenge

    Angels Manager Mike Scioscia loses first instant-replay challenge
    SCOTTSDALE, Ariz.—The first instant-replay challenge of the spring did not go well for the Angels and Manager Mike Scioscia at Salt River Fields on Monday. Angels third baseman Luis Jimenez was called out at second on a stolen-base attempt in...

    Angels shortstop Erick Aybar grateful for chance to play winter ball

    Angels shortstop Erick Aybar grateful for chance to play winter ball
    TEMPE, Ariz. -- Most teams prefer that their major league players, especially those under long-term contracts, skip winter ball for fear of injury, but the Angels have always made an exception for shortstop Erick Aybar, who played about 20 games for Licey...