A light slate overall for Thursday, but there are five of West Coast affairs, including the first 2015 contest between Trout's Angels and Miggy's Tigers.
Padres had lost four straight and seven of eight, falling to 20-24 and putting manager Bud Black's job in possible jeopardy. But Justin Upton's big day at the plate led the way to a positive day. That, plus Bernie Williams gets treated like a legend at Yankee Stadium in the Eye on MLB.
Sign a petition that would create a day just for Angels superstar Mike Trout, with whom baseball fans have been blessed.
Although it doesn't appear to be serious, Hanley Ramirez left with a shoulder injury Monday night. That's bad news for a lackluster Red Sox offense. That plus the rest of Monday's MLB action, including an Astros loss -- finally.
What will determine who gets the best of the deal that, if finalized, will send Josh Hamilton from the Angels to the Rangers? Let's explore.
The Nationals continue to play sloppy baseball and it's dragged them to a 2-5 start to 2015.
The Angels won 98 games before getting swept from the playoffs in 2014. Are they still trying to shed an under-achiever label heading into 2015.
Josh Hamilton's relapse may not impact the Angels any more than his shoulder surgery already has.
The Angels rode a top-heavy lineup to the majors' best record in 2014. Al Melchior looks at the bats and arms that could push them squad -- and Fantasy owners -- into contention this season.
Dozens of players either filed salary figures for arbitration or agreed to contracts for 2015 on Friday. Here's a recap of those deals plus the day's other news.

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