Rookie pitcher gives Angels a big bailout - Los Angeles Times
Mixing a sharp-breaking curve with his 93-mph fastball early in the game and adding a floater of a 76-mph changeup in the later innings, the 21-year-old from El Cajon struck out five and walked one in a masterful major league debut.
What caused Angels’ latest turnaround? - Angels blog - OCRegister.com
Was the manager’s tirade the answer? Or was it just crappy pitching?
Makes you appreciate Arte Moreno a little bit more, doesn't it?
Padres Can Deal Relievers - FOX Sports on MSN
And since Towers has once again fashioned a workable bullpen from disparate parts, he might be able to flip relievers for prospects.
Buried within this article is a mention about the Padres' pitching depth.
Possible Type A Free Agents: MLB Rumors - MLBTradeRumors.com
Eddie Bajek has reverse-engineered the Elias rankings, and we'll now be providing that information exclusively at MLB Trade Rumors.
Could the 2010 draft be full of Angels' picks again?
Playoff odds, 6/17 - Angels blog - OCRegister.com
To win the West: 47 percent
To win the Wild Card: 2 percent
To make the playoffs: 49 percent
He’s a witch! - Angels blog - OCRegister.com
You can all thank Quinlan’s Goofy Swing, who said after the Friday victory over San Diego: "This is the beginning of a 5 game win streak btw."
Halos Heaven frequent commenter getting some love from the OC Register.
Rick Vaughn Bobblehead Night in Cleveland = Best Thing Ever
Rick Vaughn is a folk hero of sorts for anyone who cared about baseball for any amount of time in the 1980s. Charlie Sheen’s character in Major League, known affectionately as "Wild Thing," came out of prison to serve as the catalyst for the Indians’ rise out of mediocrity.
I want one!
Angels learning a lot from Abreu - angelsbaseball.com: News
With his cool, soothing manner and totally professional style on the field, Abreu has become a magnet for teammates, and not just those of Latino heritage.
Kind of an old article, but still interesting.
Napoli interview after last night's game: