Pedro Moura is the former Angels beat writer for the Los Angeles Times; he left in 2018. Previously, he covered the Angels and Dodgers for the Orange County Register, where he won best reporter honors from the OC Weekly for his work in 2015. Before joining the Register, Moura spent three years at ESPN.com, where he covered USC and the Clippers. He is a native of Santa Clarita and a graduate of USC.
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