Daily Links for the LA Angels including Pineiro suffers a setback, fan hit by Hunter's bat is still in the hospital, the Kazmir debate/rage begins and much more...
Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim (1-1) @ Kansas City Royals (1-1)
Pitching Probables: LAA – Ervin Santana (0-0, -.-- ERA) KC – Bruce Chen (0-0, -.-- ERA)
Game Info: 10:10 AM PT; TV - Fox Sports West; Radio - KLAA 830 AM
Two games in and the Angels already have to pick themselves up off the floor after getting knocked down by the Royals walk-off win last night. Are they up to the task?no comments
I changed my mind, I'm now glad that this game wasn't broadcast in my area. I had almost forgotten that the Angel offense has some sort of moral issue with providing run support to Dan Haren.
Welcome to Free For All Friday, the one time per week where this all-Angels, all the time blog takes a brief break to discuss things unrelated to the Halos. Why, you ask? Why not? That's why. I know all you commenters have a lot of burning baseball and non-baseball issues on your mind, so take advantage of this freedom and comment your little heart out.
Discuss whatever you want, just don't copy Mel and start dropping Anit-Semitic slurs.
Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim (1-0) @ Kansas City Royals (0-1)
Pitching Probables: LAA – Dan Haren (0-0, -.-- ERA) KC – Jeff Francis (0-0, -.-- ERA)
Game Info: 5:10 PM PT TV-KCOP; Radio-ESPN Radio, KLAA 830 AM
After getting stuck at work during the season opener yesterday, I couldn't have been more excited for today's game. All is well in the world, right? Wrong. Turns out the baseball gods had a little April Fool's joke planned for me.
With the 2011 season just days away, many Angel fans anxiously await this offseasons most asked questions to be answered. We all wonder if our team will be able to pull through and finally prove every "expert" analyst in baseball wrong. The key players in this coming season won't be players like Weaver or Hunter, who have carried the team in the past. This year, the most important players will be the 4 rookies going into their first full season of Angels baseball. If these rookies can show what they are made of not only will they be the tape that holds the team together, they will be the rocket that propels the Angels to the next level.
Note: Conger doesn't look to figure into the Angels plans for the season, most likey going to go down once Downs or Pineiro come back, so I'm leaving him off this list. He'll most likely play as a reserve for the first few weeks of the season and again once September call-ups roll around.
Sorry you won't be joining us for the entire 2011 season, I fully expect a 2012 full of Hank Conger.