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Los Angeles has notoriously polluted air. But right now it has some of the cleanest of any major city With the state of California under a stay-at-home order for the last several weeks because of the threat of coronavirus, Los Angeles' notoriously dirty air has dramatically improved.
Shohei Ohtani's readiness to throw off a mound is 'imminent' Even as Major League Baseball remains on hold and floating ideas for a return in May, Angels left-hander Shohei Ohtani is in the final stages of his rehab from Tommy John surgery and could start throwing off a mound "soon," according to pitching coach Mickey Callaway.
Shohei Ohtani close to returning to mound Nearly eighteen months removed from Tommy John surgery, Los Angeles Angels two-way star, Shohei Ohtani, is making progress toward returning to the mound. Angels pitching coach, Mickey Calloway, updated reporters on Ohtani's status during a conference all on Tuesday.
MLB: 30 teams in Arizona to end coronavirus hiatus just a 'potential option' Multiple sources reported Monday that Major League Baseball and its players' union had discussed a plan to start the 2020 season as early as May by moving all 30 teams to Arizona where games would be played in the 10 spring training ballparks there as well as the Arizona Diamondbacks' home stadium, Chase Field, and possibly college facilities.
MLB: No plan yet to resume games "The health and safety of our employees, players, fans and the public at large are paramount, and we are not ready at this time to endorse any particular format for staging games in light of the rapidly changing public health situation caused by the coronavirus."
Mike Trout home run daily: A 5-hit game at Yankee Stadium A look back to when Mike Trout had his first career five-hit game, with a home run and three doubles against the Yankees at Yankee Stadium, leading the Angels to an 11-4 win in New York.
Dodgers Dugout: Jerry Reuss answers your questions The former Dodgers left-hander answered your questions.
I have the coronavirus and hope you’ll act like you have it too From a reporter with COVID-19: No matter how you feel, act as if you have the coronavirus. You just might.
Angels could start season in Arizona as early as May Major League Baseball and the Players Association are working on a plan, in conjunction with public health officials, that would allow the 2020 season to start in Arizona as early as May, and if not by June, according to ESPN.
This day in sports: U.S. women’s hockey team wins fourth-straight world championship Baseball commissioner Bowie Kuhn ordered the Atlanta Braves' Henry Aaron to play in a Sunday road game in Cincinnati on this date in 1974 after the Braves slugger, who had been tied with Babe Ruth in home runs at 714, sat out the previous game against Reds' left-hander Don Gullett.
Angels links: Cal Ripken Jr.’s streak, Tim Salmon, Shohei Ohtani Angels links today remembers Cal Ripken, Jr. breaking Lou Gehrig’s consecutive games played streak, plus pining for Shohei Ohtani, and picking the franchise’s best second baseman.
Today's Headlines: Looking for the peak A look inside the complicated process of trying to determine when the coronavirus public health crisis will peak in California. Looking for the Peak. As health officials warn of dire days ahead in the coronavirus crisis, it's natural to wonder: Will this be the worst of the pandemic?
AL West Notes: Astros, Angels, Rangers Let's check in on the latest notes from around the American League West… With or without baseball in 2020, ….
What's on TV Tuesday, April 7: 'The Last O.G.'; Coronavirus The Tracy Morgan comedy returns. Mike Tyson guest stars in the season premiere. 10:30 p.m. Coronavirus Pandemic 10 and 11 a.m. Coronavirus Update Noon and 7 p.m. Pandemic: What You Need to Know Noon ABC. White House Coronavirus Task Force Briefing 2 p.m.
Report: MLB, union discuss playing all games in Arizona Ideas are still in the early stage, and the Arizona option would have many obstacles to overcome, the people said. Half of the MLB clubs hold spring training in Arizona, the other half in Florida. Arizona's advantage is 10 spring training ballparks plus the Arizona Diamondbacks' Chase Field all within about 50 miles.
Dodgers News: Los Angeles Voted Best Uniform in the NL West The Dodgers' uniform has been a classic fit for a very long time. For the most part, their clean home white uniforms have changed very little, and that's a good thing. eval;. FOX Sports ran a little competition this week, going division-by-division to see which teams had the best uniforms.
Mike Trout leads Los Angeles-area PSA for staying home Angels outfielder Mike Trout is part of a multi-sport PSA released on Monday, encouraging people in and around the greater Los Angeles area to stay at home during the coronavirus pandemic. Players from 14 different local teams recorded this PSA, trading off sections, 'We Are the World' style.
Dylan Bundy learned about trade to Angels on day he proposed to girlfriend There are certain moments you always remember where you were when they happened; Dylan Bundy had two on the same day. On December 4, 2019, Dylan Bundy was…
Mike Trout daily: Returning the arrow to Fernando Rodney Our look back at Mike Trout home runs brings us to July 2014 against the Mariners, an Angels game most known for Trout and Albert Pujols mocking Fernando Rodney’s signature arrow.
Trout or Pujols: Who would you choose in their prime? The Los Angeles Angels have two of the very best players in baseball from over the past two decades. If Mike Trout and Albert Pujols were both in their pri…
Angels links: Andrelton Simmons knows greatness when he sees it Angels shortstop Andrelton Simmons is one of the finest defensive players of his era, routinely at or near the top of most fielding leaderboards, and is certainly no stranger to highlight reels. As a leader in his field, Simmons knows a good baseball player when he sees one.
Kings' Assets Point to Bright Winning Future Related: Longest Stanley Cup Droughts. That magical month-long burst came in the form of an 8-1-1 span and began to turn heads. It made general manager Rob Blake's unloading of five veterans seem like a genius move.
This day in sports: First American League designated hitter draws bases-loaded walk When Ron Blomberg of the New York Yankees stepped into the batter's box on this date in 1973 at Fenway Park in Boston, he made baseball history, and he didn't have to hit, catch or throw the ball. Blomberg was the American League's first designated hitter and in that first at-bat he drew a bases-loaded walk against Luis Tiant.
Angels counting on catchers' pitch-framing skills to boost pitching staff Catchers Max Stassi and Jason Castro have been two of the best in baseball at pitch-framing, which the Angels believe can help their pitching staff succeed.
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