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WEDNESDAY ANGELS ROUNDUP: Guerrero Hurt, Reagins Talking About Halladay

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Up next for Angels: Wednesday vs. Texas - Los Angeles Times
Ervin Santana vs. Vicente Padilla

Angels can't erase mistakes -
The Angels fall as Lackey surrenders six runs in the fifth. Guerrero is injured.

Vlad goes down in Angels’ loss - Angels blog -
Guerrero was playing the outfield for just the second time this season, having recovered from the torn pectoral muscle that limited him to DH for the first half of the season (and sent him to the DL for 35 games). But when he charged Elvis Andrus’ single looking to stop Jarrod Saltalamacchia from going to third base, Guerrero wound up on his knees in shallow right field. Team orthopedist Dr. Lewis Yocum examined Guerrero and said the injury appeared to be in the area behind the knee where the hamstring attaches and not to a knee ligament.

Does this mean more GMJ?

Some Roy Halladay trade rumor news:

Angels could be major player if Blue Jays hold Halladay sweepstakes - LA Daily News
"There are going to be pieces moved," Reagins said about the upcoming deadline. "Right now there are a number of teams in contention, whether it be for the division or the wild card. "I think as we get closer to July 31, when teams view themselves out of contention, then you will see more activity.

How much for Halladay? - Bill Plunkett -
CC Sabathia cost the Brewers four players including their top prospect (outfielder Matt LaPorta) when they got him from the Indians in mid-season of 2008. And Sabathia wasn’t signed beyond that season.

Toronto's Roy Halladay has Angels' attention - Los Angeles Times
"Tony has talked to a lot of clubs, and he's talked to Toronto," Manager Mike Scioscia said Tuesday, referring to Angels General Manager Tony Reagins. "Obviously, [Halladay] is a name that piques the interest of everyone in baseball."

Slide show: Paying tribute to Jon Wilhite -
The Orange County Flyers hosted a Jon Wilhite Night during Monday's baseball game at Cal State Fullerton's Goodwin Field. Admission was free and items were raffled to help the former Cal State Fullerton baseball player with mounting medical bills.

It's All-Opinions day - Angels Unplugged - Los Angeles Times
Steve Bischeff has some opinions.

MLB Power Rankings - Top 30 MLB Baseball Teams - FOX Sports on MSN
Angels move down one spot

6-4-2 — Stick a Fork In Kelvim Escobar
Rob reports Escobar not doing anything.

July 8 - BR Bullpen
Events, births and deaths that occurred on July 8.