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Halo Headlines: Scioscia still committed to Angels, Mike Trout’s opening act

The September 25th, 2013 edition of daily news for the Los Angeles Angels including Scioscia still committed to the Angels, Mike Trout's opening act and much more…

The Story: Mike Scioscia still doesn't know if he'll be retained, but is remains committed to the Angel organization.

The Monkey Says: It is intriguing that Scioscia still doesn't know what Moreno is going to do despite rumors of him or Dipoto being fired coming out a month ago. With that in mind, Scioscia certainly seems to be going out of his way lately to declare his allegiance to the team and downplay his rift with Dipoto. Meanwhile Dipoto has gone radio silent. Infer into that what you will.

The Story: Mike Trout's opening act.

The Monkey Says: This might be the most complete and thorough compilation of Trout porn yet.

The Story: Jerome Williams got hit in the foot and is not certain to make his next scheduled start.

The Monkey Says: It sounds like he is going to pitch, but it would be a good excuse to get Shoemaker another start if they were so inclined.

The Story: How Robert Coello's fuckleball helps make his fastball better.

The Monkey Says: As the article points out, it may not be sustainable since Coello struggles to command the fuckleball. At some point batters could simply look strictly for his fastball and layoff the fuckler until he proves he can throw it for a strike.