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7/23/2014 | Ryan set for long overdue trip to Hall inductions

It's been 15 years since Nolan Ryan was inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame along with George Brett and Robin Yount. Ryan hasn't been back for an induction ceremony since. He's headed to Cooperstown, N.Y., this weekend. It is, he said, a trip long overdue.

7/23/2014 | Scherzer battles Angels, Richards in marquee duel

American League aces will square off as two teams with pennant hopes -- the Tigers and Angels -- meet for four games in Anaheim beginning Thursday. Detroit starter Max Scherzer said he doesn't approach the outing any differently, even though he's up against Garrett Richards, who is in the midst of a breakout season.

7/22/2014 | Home, beat home: Record stretch at Big A is over

Things were looking up for the Angels before Baltimore came to town. But they were stymied for the second straight night by the Orioles, who won on Tuesday night, 4-2, to end the Halos' team record of 10 straight series wins at home.

7/22/2014 | Anaheim native Tillman hopes to feel at home at Big A

Anaheim native Chris Tillman starts for the Orioles opposite the Angels' Jered Weaver as the teams complete their series at Angel Stadium on Wednesday night.

7/22/2014 | Since April, bullpen shows mound of improvement

Just three pitchers remain from the Angels' Opening Day bullpen, a unit that has undergone major changes in the past month to become one of the top relief corps in the game.

7/22/2014 | Hamilton is DH again to stay fresh for stretch

Josh Hamilton was the DH for the second straight game on Tuesday night, giving his legs a little bit of a rest.

7/22/2014 | Trout honored as Angels 'Heart & Hustle' recipient

Mike Trout won the Angels' Heart & Hustle Award, given to the player who demonstrates "a passion for the game of baseball and best embodies the values, spirit and traditions of the game." From each team's winner, an overall MLB player will be honored, as Trout was in 2012.

7/21/2014 | Angels have no plans to shut down Richards

Angels starter and burgeoning star Garrett Richards is coming up on some uncharted territory with regard to his workload. But that won't prompt the Angels to temporarily shut the right-hander down.

7/21/2014 | Out of lineup for opener, Aybar ready to return

Erick Aybar was out of the starting lineup for a third straight day on Monday, a precaution for the sore right groin the Angels' shortstop sustained while reaching first base on a ninth-inning single against the Mariners on Friday night.

7/21/2014 | Wilson throws in 'pen as Cowgill rejoins Angels

Angels starter C.J. Wilson on Monday threw his first bullpen session since sustaining a sprained right ankle on July 9 and backup outfielder Collin Cowgill returned to the team for the first time since breaking his nose and right thumb on a July 12 pitch.

7/21/2014 | Catcher Buck signs Minor League deal with Halos

The Angels signed veteran catcher John Buck to a Minor League contract and assigned him to the Triple-A Salt Lake Bees on Monday.

7/21/2014 | Halos' loss strikes nerve for Trout, Shoemaker

Matt Shoemaker made two mistakes in an otherwise pristine outing, both resulting in two-run homers from Adam Jones, and they held up in the Orioles' 4-2 win over the Angels on Monday night.

7/20/2014 | Red-hot Angels rally together to keep rolling

The Angels established once again that they're good to the last out. For the Mariners, fighting to prove they're in the same weight class as the two American League West heavyweights from California, there was validation of another kind over a long, challenging weekend at Angel Stadium.

7/20/2014 | Rodney's early 'arrow' sparks Angels' comeback

After Seattle closer Fernando Rodney ended the eighth inning with his trademark imaginary arrows, the Angels responded with their own version of his celebration in the ninth as they went on to take the 6-5 walk-off win.

7/20/2014 | First-place O's offer good test for Halos' Santiago

Hector Santiago is trying to prove he's a starter who Angels manager Mike Scioscia can count on for the pennant race, and he'll get a chance in Tuesday's game against Miguel Gonzalez and the first-place Orioles in Anaheim.

7/20/2014 | Angels rally, come back in ninth for walk-off win

The Angels came back in the bottom of the ninth inning to spoil Fernando Rodney's premature celebration and hand the Mariners a 6-5 loss on Sunday afternoon at Angel Stadium.

7/20/2014 | Orioles look to take series opener behind Norris

The Orioles and the Angels are set to square off in Monday's series opener, with Los Angeles' Matt Shoemaker taking on Baltimore's Bud Norris.

7/20/2014 | Extra-inning showdowns lead to series finale

In the first two games of a three-game series, Seattle and Los Angeles have waged a 16-inning marathon and a 12-inning affair, combining to score just 10 runs in more than 10 hours while splitting the pair.

7/20/2014 | Street records scoreless outing in Angels debut

Huston Street's Angels debut on Saturday became an afterthought as Seattle outlasted the Angels in 12 innings. Street entered the game in the ninth inning of a tied game and recorded a scoreless inning in his first game in the American League since 2008.

7/20/2014 | Two aces reign in this Game of Thrones

Neither Felix Hernandez nor Garrett Richards were around when the Mariners beat the Angels, 3-2, in 12 inning Saturday night. But, says's Lyle Spencer, both starters put on a show of excellence.

7/20/2014 | Skaggs, Young face off in rubber game of series

Tyler Skaggs and Chris Young will face off in the rubber game of the series Sunday in Anaheim.

7/20/2014 | Richards' gem spoiled as win streak is snapped

The Angels' Garrett Richards and Seattle's Felix Hernandez combined to give up just five hits across 15 innings as Seattle snapped the Angels' six-game winning streak with a 3-2 victory in 12 innings on Saturday at Angel Stadium.

7/19/2014 | Street thrilled to be with playoff contender

Huston Street, acquired from San Diego by the Angels on Friday night in a six-player trade, has not played on a winning team since 2010 with the Rockies, but assumes the closer's role on the second-best team in baseball.

7/19/2014 | Cron sent down to make room for Street

The Angels sent first baseman C.J. Cron down to Triple-A Salt Lake on Saturday to make room for Huston Street on the active roster.

7/19/2014 | Aybar day to day with right groin soreness

Mike Scioscia said Erick Aybar could be available to get a bunt down as a pinch-hitter but he would not be able to play the field.

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