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Angels beat Padres, 5-3, to extend perfect opening to Cactus League play

The Angels beat the San Diego Padres , 5-3, on Monday at Tempe Diablo Stadium. They are a perfect 3-0 in Cactus League play.

First Pitch: Baseball mulling over new, tackier balls

Before a baseball is put into play, it gets a nice rub of mud to get the out-of-the-box shine off, and even when it is in play, pitchers...

The Los Angeles Angels get good pitching again in win.

The Los Angeles Angels had more good pitching in day two of Spring Training and their bats came alive as well in a 5-3 victory over the Oakland Athletics.

LA Angels Win Their Spring Training Opener

The LA Angels opened up their spring training today against the Milwaukee Brewers. They were able to scrape by with amazing pitching to a 2-0 win.

Angels’ Garrett Richards, Tyler Skaggs pitch to hitters at training facility

The games are going, but at this early stage in this spring, much of the Angels ' attention from inside and outside the organization is focused away from them, on their starting pitchers who are still working their way to participating in games.

Angels defeat Athletics, 5-3, in spring game

The Angels defeated the Oakland Athletics , 5-3, on Sunday at Hohokam Stadium and preserved their perfect Cactus League record, now 2-0.

Health of pitching rotation will be key to Angels’ success in 2017

The Angels ' undoing last season, they maintained amid it and after it, was the lack of health of their starting rotation. The key to their success this season, General Manager Billy Eppler is now saying, will be the health of their starting rotation.

Los Angeles Angels name starter for first spring training game

The Los Angeles Angels have named their starter for the first spring training game. Yusmeiro Petit will get the start against the Brewers.

Angels’ Shoemaker appears recovered from line drive to head

TEMPE, Ariz. (AP) Matt Shoemaker is the player people are happiest to see this spring in the Los Angeles Angels' camp. It wasn't clear Shoemaker would make it here.

Angels reliever Andrew Bailey didn’t waste much time as a free agent this off-season

In 1969, St. Louis Cardinals center fielder Curt Flood started carving the path toward free agency in professional sports, and in 1976, it became official: After six years of major league service, ballplayers could choose their next team on their own.