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  • Jose Lobaton's two-out homer in ninth blasts Rays past Red Sox, 5-4

    Jose Lobaton's two-out homer in ninth blasts Rays past Red Sox, 5-4
    ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — The Tampa Bay Rays are still afloat in the AL division series. Jose Lobaton hit a solo home run with two outs in the bottom of the ninth inning into the giant fish tank beyond the center-field wall, and Tampa Bay staved...
  • Angels closer Ernesto Frieri a key to Saturday night win over Red Sox

    Angels closer Ernesto Frieri a key to Saturday night win over Red Sox
    Somewhat lost in a dramatic 9-7 come-from-behind victory over the Boston Red Sox on Saturday night, a game in which the Angels scored four runs in the bottom of the ninth inning to tie the score and won it on Josh Hamilton’s two-run home run in...
  • It's an emotional roller coaster for Angels' Josh Hamilton

    It's an emotional roller coaster for Angels' Josh Hamilton
    Right fielder Josh Hamilton couldn't have captured the emotions of his last few days, and the beauty of the game, better than he did Sunday after his 11th-inning two-run home run that gave the Angels a 9-7 victory over the Boston Red Sox on Saturday...
  • Bartolo Colon leads A's past Rangers, 1-0

    Bartolo Colon leads A's past Rangers, 1-0
    Bartolo Colon scattered seven hits over eight innings for the American League West-leading Oakland Athletics, who stretched their division lead over Texas to 51/2 games with a 1-0 victory over the Rangers and Yu Darvish on Saturday. The A's won for...
  • Angels' 9-5 win over Red Sox is a walk in the park ... kind of

    Angels' 9-5 win over Red Sox is a walk in the park ... kind of
    BOSTON -- The Angels took a walk on the wild side of Red Sox reliever Franklin Morales, using four free passes -- two with the bases loaded -- to break open a close game Saturday with four seventh-inning runs en route to a 9-5 victory in the first game of...
  • Failures of Angels and Chargers have similar roots

    Failures of Angels and Chargers have similar roots
    It starts at the top. I look at the Angels, all that talent, a $159-million payroll, and they can't finish ahead of the $55-million Athletics from Oakland? And that's with baseball offering an extra wild card this season to make up for a slow start....
  • Baseball off-season can be tough on fans who see favorite players jump ship

    Baseball off-season can be tough on fans who see favorite players jump ship
    The most intriguing game that baseball plays is not hitting and pitching. It is musical chairs. This is the sport's funny season. But unlike golf, where the funny season was simply a time for Freddie Couples to make more money for Christmas shopping,...
  • Delmon Young back in lineup for Tigers in Game 2

     
    Delmon Young was activated by the Detroit Tigers on Monday, and the American League division series hero will be in left field and batting third in Game 2 of the AL championship series against the Texas Rangers at the Ballpark in Arlington....
  • Rain threatens ALCS game between Tigers and Rangers ... again

     
    A steady drizzle has been falling in Detroit all afternoon, and the rain is expected to delay and possibly postpone Game 4 of the American League Championship Series between the Tigers and Texas Rangers....
  • A.J. Pierzynski likes this baseball broadcasting stuff

     
    A.J. Pierzynski on Fox: Chicago White Sox catcher A.J. Pierzynski made baseball fans notice when he had an insightful discussion during the ALCS broadcast on Fox about how well Texas catcher Mike Napoli blocked the plate....
  • Cardinals make all the right moves, win World Series opener

     
    Tony La Russa played a hunch Wednesday. Or perhaps he was just managing by the book. Then again, maybe it was really an educated guess from the most educated of baseball managers. Whatever word you choose to define the moves......