Tuesday, April 22, 2014



Angels 7 - Nationals 2

The night belonged to Albert Pujols. In the first, Pujols launched a three-run home run to give the Angels the early lead. In the fifth, he took a 1-2 pitch from Nationals starter Taylor Jordan and blasted it over the center field wall for his 500th career home run. Tyler Skaggs allowed just two runs on three hits over seven innings in a dominant performance.

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Monday, April 21, 2014



Angels 4 - Nationals 2 

With the Angels struggling to capitalize with runners in scoring postion, Eric Aybar broke through with a clutch hit in the eighth to tie the game at one. Raul Ibanez follwed with a pinch-hit bases loaded double to score three more runs. Starting pitcher Garrett Richards allowed just one run on one hit over six innings with strong support from the bullpen.

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Angels 1 - Tigers 2

Angels starter Hector Santiago offered a quality start, allowing just two hits and striking out seven over five and two-thirds innings. But four costly throwing errors lead to two unearned runs for the Tigers. That was all Detroit starter Rick Porcello and the bullpen needed as they held the Angels offense to just one run on seven hits.

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Saturday, April 19, 2014

Angels 2 - Tigers 5

A day after posting 11 runs on 10 extra base hits, Angels batters were stifled by Tigers starter Max Scherzer who allowed just one run — a J.B. Shuck solo blast to start the game — on three hits while striking out nine Halos over seven innings. Albert Pujols accounted for the the Angels’ second run with his 498th career home run in the top of the ninth.

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Friday, April 18, 2014



Angels 11 - Tigers 6

Howie Kendrick slugged a pair of two-run homers and Albert Pujols blasted a three-run shot as the Angels offense erupted for a combined ten extra base hits and 27 total bases in the first six frames. Jered Weaver picked up his first win of the season, shutting down the Tigers by allowing just three hits and one run over six complete innings.

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By Adam Dodge, AngelsWin.com Senior Columnist - 

Following the Angels' thrilling series with Oakland Athletics, one of the oddest we've seen in quite some time, in which the Angels played three 1-run games, giving two of them away before stealing the finale, they embark on their second road trip of the season. Their first stop - Motor City.

Nestled in the city where a 4-bedroom home costs less than a carton of Newports is Comerica Park, home of the Detroit Tigers. If you Google Earth 2100 Woodward Ave, Detroit, MI 48201-3470, the stadium's address and slide your finger over the mouse pad you'll actually bear witness to three homicides.  

In a town without jobs or an edible piece of produce, resides twenty-five guys who make up a pretty darn good baseball team.  The Tigers were in the ALCS last year and are clear favorites to win the AL Central Division again in 2014. 

In the off-season the Tigers shipped their power hitting first baseman and professional fat ass Prince Fielder - a guy who likes to eat after he eats - to the Texas Rangers for second baseman and legendary douchebag  Ian Kinsler.

While Detroit's fast food bubble has burst, its Affliction apparel industry is soaring to new heights. 

Despite the Angels' struggles in 2013 and the Tigers' success, our boys took it to them last season, sweeping the season series six games to none. At 7-8, the Angels hope to carry their dominance over Detroit into this weekend's three game series and leave Michigan for the nation's capital on Sunday at .500 or better.  

They'll miss Justin Verlander, which is a shame, because he owns a 4-5 record and an ERA above 4.00 against the Halos lifetime.  The Angels will face off against 2013 Cy Young winner Max Scherzer  on Saturday. 

Should be an incredibly tough series for the Angels. As always, we'll leave homerism in the bag and look at this series objectively. 

Halos sweep, 3-0. 

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