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Los Angeles Angels

Stadium: Angel Stadium of Anaheim | Manager: Mike Scioscia
Team RankingAVGRHRERA
Angels.2597731553.58
AL West1st1st2nd3rd
American League 3rd1st4th6th

Schedule

Sun Sep 21
L 2 - 1TEX
Recap
Mon Sep 22
L 8 - 4at OAK
Recap
Tue Sep 23
W 2 - 0at OAK
Recap
Wed Sep 24
W 5 - 4at OAK
Recap
Fri Sep 26
L 4 - 3at SEA
Recap
Sat Sep 27
L 2 - 1at SEA
Recap
Sun Sep 28
L 4 - 1at SEA
Recap
Thu Oct 2
L 3 - 2KC
Recap
Fri Oct 3
L 4 - 1KC
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Sun Oct 5
L 8 - 3at KC
Recap
Mon Oct 6
at KC
Wed Oct 8
KC

Standings

AL
West
LEAGUE
W-L
Overall
W-L
Los Angeles86-5698-64
Oakland75-6788-74
Seattle78-6487-75
Houston65-7770-92
Texas57-8567-95
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Ian Stewart refuses minor league assignment from Angels
by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com

Veteran third baseman Ian Stewart has declined an assignment to Triple-A Salt Lake City and will leave the Angels to test free agency.

Stewart struggled to make contact in 2014, fanning 31 times in just 68 at-bats. He compiled a stat line of .176/.222/.382.

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Angels' John Buck decides to become a free-agent
by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com

Angels catcher John Buck has elected free agency Thursday.

Buck was designated for assignment by the club Tuesday. He could have accepted a spot with the Triple-A club, but opted to become a free-agent. He'll search for a new team during the offseason. Buck hit .225 over 89 at-bats in the majors last season. 

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Angels' Brennan Boesch elects free agency
by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com

Angels outfielder Brennan Boesch has elected free agency, the team announced.

Boesch was designated for assignment Tuesday, and had the option to report to the minors if he went unclaimed. Boesch decided against playing in Triple-A, and will look for a new organization during the offseason. He hit .187 over 75 major-league at-bats last year.

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Angels OF Josh Hamilton reacts to booing from home fans
by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com

Angels embattled outfielder Josh Hamilton, who never completely regained his stroke after thumb surgery in April and sustained more physical problems in September, has addressed the boos he received from the home fans during a hitless division series.

"It's frustrating, but there's nothing you can do about it," he told the Orange County Register. "The injuries weren't like hamstrings. When you play the game you are going to get hurt. You can't control that unless you play soft, and that's a whole other issue."

Hamilton played just 89 games and finished with 10 home runs - none at home. He batted .263 with 44 RBI before going 0 for 13 in the brief playoff run. That performance resulted in boos and a quizzical reaction from Hamilton.

"I thought it was pretty funny, after my third at-bat of the first game, I got booed," he said. "I'm like, seriously? I'm out for a month, put all kinds of poison in my body to even attempt to play, and get booed? Whatever. It's kind of comical. I don't take offense to it because they don't know me. There is no personal interaction."

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2014 Team Leaders
AVGHowie Kendrick , 2B.293
HRMike Trout , CF36
RBIMike Trout , CF111
OBPMike Trout , CF.377
SLGMike Trout , CF.561
RMike Trout , CF115
SBErick Aybar , SS16
WJered Weaver , SP18
ERAGarrett Richards , SP2.61
WHIPGarrett Richards , SP1.04
KJered Weaver , SP169
SVHuston Street , RP41
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