May 12th, 2010
When reporters entered the Angels’ clubhouse before Wednesday’s game with Tampa Bay, people noticed the door to Mike Scioscia’s office was closed. Typically, this doesn’t mean something good is being discussed behind it.
Is Scioscia crazy? About Fuentes, sure
So Mike Scioscia is talking about changing closers, about how personalities, feelings and individual egos mean nothing compared to the Angels winning games….
Matsui and Wood sit (Wednesday lineups)
Hideki Matsui, mired in a 6-for-55 slump over the last 15 games, will get the day off. Brandon Wood also will sit, giving both players two days (Wednesday plus Thursday’s off day) to get back on track.
Kazmir, Angels stung by Rays, 7-2
Like running into an old girlfriend, Scott Kazmir probably wanted to look his best against his…
Halos’ Weaver living up to ace billing
The Angels’ starting pitching has not been exactly what manager Mike Scioscia thought it would so far, but Wednesday’s starter Jered Weaver has been the exception.
Angels put Stokes on DL, recall Cassevah
The Angels placed right-handed reliever Brian Stokes on the 15-day disabled list on Tuesday, retroactive to Monday, with right shoulder fatigue and recalled right-hander Bobby Cassevah from Triple-A Salt Lake to take his place on the 25-man roster.
Brian Fuentes’ performance raises issue of closer switch
Many Angels fans would like to see Fernando Rodney take over the closer job. Manager Mike Scioscia says there are many factors to consider
Angels, in a weak spot, lose to Tampa Bay, 7-2
The Rays expose just about every weakness the Angels have, as they struggle offensively and starter Scott Kazmir gives up three runs and…
Manager Mike Scioscia endured nearly 20 minutes of questions on the topic Tuesday, but his answer was virtually the same each time.
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