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The Associated PressThe Anaheim Angels have come to expect this kind of production from Vladimir Guerrero and Garret Anderson. Anderson hit a tiebreaking two-run single in the eighth inning and Guerrero had a three-run homer, leading the Anaheim Angels to a 7-5 victory over...
Times Staff WriterWe were in seats just beyond first base, the sun beating on our backs, with Tony Gwynn stretching out just 20 feet away. We stretched out too -- reaching for an icy beer -- and wallowed in the geniality of the Peoria Sports Complex, the spring home of the...
Times Staff WriterThe Angels and closer Troy Percival parted ways today, the second time in five days the team has decided to replace a World Series hero and free agent with a younger and cheaper replacement. Percival, 35, earned $7.5 million last season. The Angels...
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Special to the TribuneQuestion: What's smaller than small ball? Answer: What the White Sox's offense did Friday night in a 3-2, 11-inning loss to the Detroit Tigers. Small ball was more like atom ball, as the Sox squandered seven hits, 11 walks, a hit batter and two Tigers...
X-rays on Paul Sullivan's head proved negative, so he's back to answer your questions about the closer conundrum, Dubois' playing time, Z's ejections and the Randall Simon factor in a super-sized edition of Ask Paul. Well, Paul, I never thought I'd say...
Tribune staff reporterYou could say that Bartolo Colon was due for a bad outing Monday. After all, he entered the game 4-0 with a 1.14 ERA in his last four starts. But that same logic didn't apply to the White Sox, who are as popular in California as Arnold Schwarzenegger....
Tribune staff reporterOne casual misstep on the baseball dance floor can bump an entire team out of sync. So it seemed Sunday when the White Sox botched a game-opening grounder that led to a pair of unearned runs. By the end of the day the Sox had dropped a 6-1 decision to...
Tribune staff reporterFear the monkey. Trailing by five runs in the seventh inning of Game 6 on Saturday, Anaheim bounced off the mat with a stunning 6-5 victory over San Francisco to even the World Series at three games apiece. Troy Glaus' two-run eighth-inning double off...
Tribune staff reporterThe Anaheim Angels ended their 42-year wait on Sunday night, while Barry Bonds still hasn't found what he's looking for. The Angels cruised to a 4-1 victory over San Francisco in Game 7 of the World Series at Edison Field, claiming their first...
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