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2016 Game 86: Angels at Rays

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Los Angeles Angels (35-50, 5th AL West) at Tampa Bay Rays (34-50, 5th AL East) Tropicana Field – St. Petersburg, FL Pitching Matchup Hector Santiago (5-4, 4.93 ERA) While Santiago has battled inconsistency all season long, his last outing was very solid even though it took a back seat to the Angels’ 21-run explosion in Boston on Friday night. In… Read more »

Scioscia’s Office: Angels @ Royals – 8/13/15 5:10pm Pacific

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Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim (59-54, 2nd AL West) @ Kansas City Royals (68-45, 1st AL Central) Kauffman Stadium – Kansas City, MO Weather Forecast @ 1st Pitch: Sunny, 84F, Wind SSE 6mph, 0% Chance of Rain Pitching Matchup: Garrett Richards (11-9, 3.51 ERA) Richards is going through a stretch of his season where he’s lost 4 out of his… Read more »

Scioscia’s Office: Angels @ Astros – 7/28/15 5:10pm Pacific

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Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim (55-43, 1st AL West) @ Houston Astros (55-45, 2nd AL West) Minute Maid Park – Houston, TX Weather Forecast @ 1st Pitch: Partly Cloudy, 93F, Wind SSE 12mph, 5% Chance of Rain (retractable roof can be closed within 20 minutes) Pitching Matchup: C.J. Wilson (8-7, 3.59 ERA) C.J. Wilson last faced Houston back on June… Read more »

Scioscia’s Office: Rangers @ Angels – 7/26/15 12:35pm Pacific

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Texas Rangers (47-49, 3rd AL West) @ Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim (54-43, T-1st AL West) Angel Stadium of Anaheim – Anaheim, CA Weather Forecast @ 1st Pitch: Sunny, 83F, Wind SSW (out to CF) 9mph, 0% Chance of Rain  Pitching Matchup: Nick Martinez (5-5, 3.92 ERA) Martinez will be making his 2nd start since being recalled from Triple-A Round… Read more »

On The Field: An Old Friend Dominates Halos!

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After winning 7 straight games and 17 of their last 20, the Angels ran into an old comrade: Ervin Santana. Just a few starts after returning from an 80 game suspension for PED’s, Santana brought the ‘A game’ that Halos fans saw off and on for 8 years in Anaheim. All the Angels could do was take it, and move… Read more »

Scioscia’s Office – Twins @ Angels – 7/23/15 12:35pm Pacific

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Minnesota Twins (50-44, 2nd AL Central) @ Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim (54-40, 1st AL West) Angel Stadium of Anaheim – Anaheim, CA Weather Forecast @ 1st Pitch: Sunny, 80F, Wind SW 7mph, 0% Chance of Rain  Pitching Matchup:

Scioscia’s Office: Twins @ Angels – 7/22/15 7:05pm Pacific

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Minnesota Twins (50-43, 2nd AL Central) @ Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim (53-40, 1st AL West) Angel Stadium of Anaheim – Anaheim, CA Weather Forecast @ 1st Pitch: Sunny, 76F, Wind W 9mph, 0% Chance of Rain  Pitching Matchup:

Scioscia’s Office: Twins @ Angels – 7/21/15 7:05pm Pacific

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Minnesota Twins (50-42, 2nd AL Central) @ Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim (52-40, 1st AL West) Angel Stadium of Anaheim – Anaheim, CA Weather Forecast @ 1st Pitch: Partly Cloudy, 77F, Wind W 9mph, 0% Chance of Rain Pitching Matchup:

Scioscia’s Office – Red Sox @ Angels – Doubleheader Game 2 – 7/20/15 7:05pm Pacific

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Boston Red Sox (42-50, 5th AL East) @ Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim (51-40, 1st AL West) Angel Stadium of Anaheim – Anaheim, CA Weather Forecast @ 1st Pitch: Mostly Cloudy, 78F, Wind WSW 7mph, 15% Chance of Rain Doubleheader – Game 2

The Halos Network Writer’s Roundtable: All-Star Break Edition

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Now that the 2015 All-Star Week festivities have come & gone, we are of course in baseball’s “dead period” – two days of no on-field action as players get a break before resuming the season on Friday. While the season’s 2nd half “technically” started when the Angels played their 82nd game of the season on July 5 down in Arlington,… Read more »