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WeekEnd HaloLinks: Can't Stop The Spring Edition

So you can put the clouds up in your own little way..........But the sun is gonna come up the very next day...........Itís gonna be so bright itís gonna blow you away..........And once itís over your head will never be the same..........You can crush the flowers...........But you canít stop the spring............No matter what you say Well, yesterday was real fun. A Day of CJ's. We got to watch Dan Haren blow through 4 innings while giving up only 3 hits against 0 walks and 0 runs...in the wr

C.J. Wilson May Be the Angels Best Starter in 2014

Jerry Dipoto, and the Angels front office, receive a lot of criticism for their failures over the past few seasons. Thus far, their major signings of Albert Pujols, Josh Hamilton and Joe Blanton have not worked out. However, there was one free agent that was signed to a sizable free agent contract that has paid [Ö]

De La Rosa exits early with forearm tightness

Angels reliever Dane De La Rosa faced seven batters, allowed five to reach, served up a grand slam and exited early, initially diagnosed with forearm tightness and leaving the facility to undergo a follow-up MRI.

Angels, Dodgers play to 4-4 tie

GAME REPORT: Angels prospect C.J. Cron hit a pinch-hit three-run homer with one out in the ninth, tying a game against the Dodgers that ended, 4-4, after 10 innings at Tempe Diablo Stadium on Thursday. Scott Van Slyke had hit a grand slam in the...

Wilson stars before Cron's HR forces tie with Dodgers

Former teammates Dan Haren and C.J. Wilson each twirled four scoreless innings and Scott Van Slyke hit a grand slam, but prospect C.J. Cron's three-run homer helped the Angels force a 4-4 tie at Tempe Diablo Stadium on Thursday.

Without picking favorite, Tracy compares Trout, Harper

Chad Tracy is that rare player who has shared a clubhouse with both Bryce Harper and Mike Trout, albeit briefly with the latter.

Three Keys for the Angels in 2014

With less than one month until the regular season, the Angels have several items to determine this spring. In order for this season to be a success, there are three key things that need to happen. First, Josh Hamilton and Albert Pujols need to come back to form that got them their big contracts. Albert [Ö]

Healing Hamilton starts running on treadmill

Angels outfielder Josh Hamilton has started to run on a treadmill, the latest step in a recovery from a strained left hamstring that could have him back on the field within a week.

Replay upholds Trout's close play at plate

Mike Scioscia is now 0-for-2 in umpire reviews - but it is only Spring Training. Mike Trout tried to go all the way around for an inside-the-park home run in Thursday's Dodgers-Angels game from Tempe Diablo Stadium, but was called out by home-plate umpire Rob Drake on a bang-bang play.

Scioscia loses second replay challenge of spring

For the second time this spring, Angels manager Mike Scioscia lost a replay challenge on Thursday. Scioscia had tried to have an out at the plate on a potential Mike Trout inside-the-park homer overturned.

Remembering Jim Abbottís Career

One of the joys of baseball is the history of the sport. In what other sport can the players from the turn of the 20th century be compared to the players of today? Babe Ruth, Ty Cobb and Cy Young are just as well known now as they were back in their playing days. Every [Ö]

Angels @ Dodgers Spring Game Thread

As we blow through the NL West this spring, we pause to blow up the little blue bicycle in our own back yard. We love LA! That's why we own it.

Burnett making progress, but DL trip still possible

Veteran reliever Sean Burnett continues to feel good through every step of his rehabilitation from August forearm surgery, but the Angels are taking a cautious approach that could have him on the disabled list by the time Opening Day rolls around on March 31.

Miller: Spring training is best observed from afar

He was emotional, opinionated and compelling, Ian Kinsler even achieving the near-impossible for one day. He made spring training interesting. The Detroit infielder said he hoped his former team in Texas would go winless this season and ripped...

Thursday Halolinks: Is Jered Weaver a bust or a sleeper?

Some fantasy writers think Weaver's production is going to fall off this season, but velocity doesn't tell the whole story. Once again, I've got to mention it...I'll be in Arizona next week (and then SoCal the following weekend).† If you're going to any games, let me know, and we'll try to meet up.† Until then, I'll begin thawing out and posting Halolinks: I was catching up on some fantasy baseball stuff last night and noticed the team in my league who had had Jered Weaver on their roste

Angels seeking deep relief

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. Ė The Angels are high on the potential of the pitchers at the back end of their rotation, but theyíre also realistic about their limitations. Thatís why Manager Mike Scioscia is considering carrying eight relievers, one more...

Simers: We should expect less, so Angels might deliver

The other morning I ran into one of those cheery, sunny side-up waitresses seemingly just thrilled with life, so I told her to knock it off. I prefer the gloomy waiter at the Mini Gourmet who refuses to smile until he knows heís going to be tipped....

Tyler Skaggs is not the Key to the Angels Season

Tyler Skaggs has had exactly 13 major league starts coming into this season. Those starts have not exactly gone well, as Skaggs had a 3-6 record with a 5.43 ERA. There have been positives, as Skaggs have given up a hit per inning and has struck out 7.5 per nine; however, his control issues have [Ö]

Angels fall to Giants, 3-2

THE GAME: The Angels offense, which has been sluggish for most of the first week of spring games, was quiet in a 3-2 loss to the San Francisco Giants at Scottsdale Stadium on Wednesday. The Angels had a chance to tie with runners at first and third...

Healthy Pujols looking sharp on defense

Albert Pujols, coming off a season in which he was limited to 99 games because of plantar fasciitis in his left foot, has started at first base in four of the Angels' six Cactus League games -- and Wednesday was the most positive day so far.

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