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8/4/2015 | Freese nears return; Cowgill also progressing

The Angels' schedule is plastered along one of their clubhouse walls, with game-used baseballs bolted on top of every game they've won. David Freese glanced at it Tuesday afternoon and was asked about returning from the disabled list on Aug. 17, when the team begins a seven-game homestand against the White Sox and Blue Jays.


8/4/2015 | Scioscia to employ platoons at left field, DH

For the better part of two years, from the start of 2002 to the end of 2003, Angels manager Mike Scioscia platooned at two spots in his lineup. It was Adam Kennedy and Benji Gil at second base, and Shawn Wooten and Brad Fullmer making up most of the production at designated hitter, two left-right combos combining to give the Angels above-average production at two positions.


8/4/2015 | Angels 'found a way' for much-needed win

The Angels have gone from mediocre to great to bad, all in a span of 17 weeks. And in 11 days, from July 22 to this past Sunday, they went from two games up to four back of the Astros in the AL West. They're three games back now, and they hope their worst days are behind them.


8/4/2015 | Richards rebounds like the ace he's become

After a rocky beginning, Garrett Richards was tremendous. He lasted 7 1/3 innings, saving the bullpen, and he shut the Indians down while his offense battled back for five runs off Corey Kluber to end the Angels' losing streak.


8/3/2015 | Joyce could be nearing return from concussion

Angels left fielder Matt Joyce worked out on Monday, his first physical activity since sustaining a concussion July 26 in an outfield collision with shortstop Erick Aybar.


8/3/2015 | Second opinion on Wilson 'like a Hail Mary'

A final decision on C.J. Wilson's next step probably won't be made until at least Aug. 11, when the Angels' starter meets face-to-face with Dr. Neal ElAttrache -- who is currently on vacation -- for a second opinion. Wilson is still leaning strongly toward season-ending surgery.


8/3/2015 | Murphy grateful for time in Cleveland, new opportunity

Standing in front of his new locker in the home clubhouse at Angel Stadium, David Murphy expressed gratitude for his time with Cleveland and understanding for the circumstances that led the Tribe to trade him.


8/3/2015 | Rags to Richards: Halos win after rocky start

Garrett Richards settled in after a rough first inning and the Angels plated a combined five runs in the fifth and sixth, surging to a 5-4 victory over the Indians on Monday night and snapping their season-long six-game losing streak.


8/3/2015 | After strong starts, Shoemaker, Carrasco to duel in Anaheim

Angels right-hander Matt Shoemaker will take the mound against righty Carlos Carrasco and the Indians on Tuesday in the second of three games between the two clubs at Angel Stadium.


8/3/2015 | Trout wins AL Player of the Month award

Angels outfielder Mike Trout has been named the AL Player of the Month for July, and pitcher Andrew Heaney has been named the league's most outstanding rookie for July.


8/2/2015 | 'Staff day' leaves Angels weary

The Angels threw nearly everything they had against the Dodgers on Sunday, and they still lost their sixth straight game. Six relief pitchers and 12 position players only produced a 5-3, 10-inning loss on Andre Ethier's walk-off two-run homer off Drew Rucinski at Dodger Stadium.


8/2/2015 | Angels look to get back on track vs. Indians

The Angels, coming off an ugly 1-8 road trip, will look for Garrett Richards to get their homestand started on a positive note when they open a three-game series against the Indians at Angel Stadium on Monday.


8/1/2015 | Angels run into tough arms, drop 5th straight

The Angels have lost eight of their past nine games, immediately after an uplifting stretch in which they lost only three times in a span of 20. Their latest defeat, a 3-1 loss at Dodger Stadium on Saturday afternoon, extended their losing streak to a season-high-tying five games.


8/1/2015 | Kershaw silences Trout in 'extraordinary' matchup

Mike Trout engaging Clayton Kershaw marked the first time in history the reigning Most Valuable Player Award winners in each league squared off in a regular season game.


8/1/2015 | Trout bests Greinke on outer-half pitches

Zack Greinke, arguably the best pitcher in baseball in 2015, has rolled through the Major Leagues by relentlessly attacking the outer third of the strike zone. But Mike Trout, well, he's in a league of his own.


8/1/2015 | Wilson may opt for season-ending surgery

Angels starter C.J. Wilson may be done for the year. An MRI on the veteran left-hander's elbow revealed "left elbow impingement secondary to arthritis" and Wilson said Saturday that he's strongly considering surgery to remove bone spurs, which would likely make him unavailable for the rest of the season.


8/1/2015 | Angels, Dodgers turn to new starters for finale

In the finale of the Freeway Series on Sunday at Dodger Stadium, Dodgers non-waiver Trade Deadline acquisition Mat Latos will square off against the Angels' Cory Rasmus.


8/1/2015 | Kershaw extends streak in historic MVP faceoff

Scratched twice due to a sore hip, Clayton Kershaw returned to the mound Saturday at Dodger Stadium and still dominated, extending his scoreless innings streak to 37 with a two-hitter over eight innings in a 3-1 Dodgers win over the Angels.


8/1/2015 | Santiago off his game for second straight start

This is two starts in a row that the Angels' All-Star pitcher hasn't exactly pitched like one. Hector Santiago gave up five runs on nine hits -- both tying season highs -- in five-plus innings Friday night as the Angels lost, 5-3, to the Dodgers in the Freeway Series opener.


8/1/2015 | Dodgers' bats stay hot as Greinke tops Angels

Howie Kendrick launched a solo home run in the first inning and Zack Greinke was strong for eight innings as the Dodgers beat the Angels, 5-3, at Dodger Stadium on Friday night.