Tag Archives: Mike Scioscia

UPDATE on Mike Trout’s Surgery

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Eppler’s Domain: Morin, Wright, Scribner

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As featured earlier today, Cam Bedrosian and Huston Street are close to returning from long DL stints. And not only does Mike Scioscia have decisions to make regarding his bullpen, but also who will be the next pitching prospect the Angels call on. The Angels activated Mike Morin from the DL and demoted Daniel Wright to triple-A. They're going to need a new… Read more »

Scioscia’s Throne: Trout, Richards, Cron, Bedrock, Morin

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With the amount of injuries piling up all at once (again) for the Angels this season, there’s a lot to report on the statuses of the players on the mend. So let’s get right to it!   Mike Trout Trout was doing a awful lot of running on the base paths in the couple weeks prior to him sitting down…. Read more »

Angels Starting Lineup Taking Shape

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This is a photo from Jeff Fletcher of the Orange County Register showing that Mike Scioscia is pretty close to finishing his preferred batting order. All he needs is for Albert Pujols to return. The Martin Maldonado/Carlos Perez battle will have a winner soon. But one has to imagine they’ll end up splitting the time nearly down the middle. Batting… Read more »

Angels Insiders: Richards, Weaver, Scioscia

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With the 2016 season coming to an end, the Angels found themselves at 88 losses and a pitching staff left nearly in shambles due to catastrophic to their rotation and back end of their bullpen. Losing Garrett Richards, Andrew Heaney, and Nick Tropeano to torn UCL’s, and the latter two undergoing Tommy John Surgery, the season and the future looked… Read more »

Angels Week In Review: August 29 – September 4, 2016

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Angels Week In Review: August 29 – September 4, 2016 Week Start: 56-74, 5th AL West (Div E#12, WC E#18) Week End: 61-75, 4th AL West (Div E#6, WC E#14) Week W-L: 5-1 The Angels came off an impressive road trip last week where they took 4 out of their 6 games in Toronto & Detroit and came home for… Read more »

Angels Week in Review – August 22-28, 2016

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Angels Week in Review – August 22-28, 2016 Week Start: 52-72, 5th AL West Week End: 56-74, 5th AL West Week W-L: 4-2 Monday August 22, 2016 – Travel Day Off the Field: The Angels made no roster moves on Monday. On the Field: The Angels had no game on Monday as they traveled from Anaheim to Toronto to begin a 6-game… Read more »

Angels Week In Review: August 15-21, 2016

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Angels Week In Review – August 15-21, 2016 Week Start: 49-68, 5th AL West Week End: 52-72, 5th AL West Week W-L: 3-4 The Angels entered the week in the midst of their worst losing streak of Mike Scioscia‘s tenure, a 10-game skid that began with the last game of the last homestand against the A’s on August 4, and… Read more »

Angels Insiders: Stadium, Scioscia, Morris

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Welcome to our latest installment of ‘Angels Insiders’. A lot of organizational headlines have crossed through the Big A. Here’s what’s happening: #Angels renew stadium talks with Anaheim after striking out in Tustin: https://t.co/HtqnYmPJZT — Bill Shaikin (@BillShaikin) August 12, 2016 Stadium negotiations are still happening. Eleven days ago, the Angels’ talks with the City of Tustin broke down. After bidding… Read more »

Angels Week in Review – August 8-14, 2016

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Angels Week in Review – August 8-14, 2016 Week Start: 49-62, 4th AL West Week End: 49-68, 5th AL West Week W-L: 0-6 It’s been a pretty ugly week for the Angels as they’ve continued their 9-game road trip that has taken them through Seattle, Chicago and Cleveland. The Angels went completely winless this week and have lost 10 in… Read more »