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2009 this year in baseball (poll)
Post on Tue Nov 10, 2009 2:17 pm by kane
2009 this year in baseball aeards poll

This poll ends on December 11.
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Re: Baseball news / internet polls
Post on Sat Nov 14, 2009 9:52 am by kane
November 10, 2009

TORII HUNTER WINS GOLD GLOVE AWARD

Angels center fielder Torii
Hunter won his ninth consecutive Rawlings Gold Glove for fielding
excellence on Tuesday.

Only Roberto Clemente and Willie Mays (12
each) and Ken Griffey Jr., Andruw Jones and Al Kaline (10 each) have won
more Gold Gloves for outfield play than Hunter and Seattle's Ichiro
Suzuki, who also ran his streak to nine consecutive selections. Hunter
had just one error in 311 chances this season, posting a fielding
percentage of .997.
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Re: Baseball news / internet polls
Post on Sat Nov 14, 2009 9:58 am by kane
November 12, 2009


TORII HUNTER WINS SILVER SLUGGER AWARD

Angels center fielder Torii Hunter won his first Silver Slugger Award on Thursday, just two days after winning his ninth Rawlings Gold Glove.

While appearing in just 119 games, Hunter established career highs in batting average (.299) and on-base percentage (.366), while his .508 slugging percentage was the second-best in his 10 Major League seasons. Hunter finished with 22 homers and 90 RBIs while stealing 18 bases in 22 attempts. He also hit .315 with runners in scoring position and led the team with 15 game-winning RBIs.


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Re: Baseball news / internet polls
Post on Thu Nov 19, 2009 7:33 am by kane




November 18, 2009



MIKE SCIOSCIA WINS AL MANAGER OF THE YEAR AWARD

The most emotionally challenging of his 10 seasons as leader of the
Angels culminated in Mike Scioscia's selection on Wednesday as 2009 American League
Manager of the Year by the Baseball Writers'
Association of America.


With his third consecutive AL West title and fifth in six seasons,
Scioscia took his sixth team to the Postseason in his first 10 years as a
manager -- an unprecedented feat.



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Re: Baseball news / internet polls
Post on Thu Nov 19, 2009 7:30 pm by kane
November 19, 2009

MAJOR LEAGUE COACHING STAFF SET TO RETURN IN 2010


The Angels
Thursday announced the Major
League coaching staff will all
return for the 2010 campaign.

The Angels' staff consists of A.L. Manager of the Year Mike
Scioscia
, bench coach Ron Roenicke,
pitching coach Mike
Butcher
, third
base coach Dino Ebel, first base coach Alfredo Griffin,
hitting coach Mickey
Hatcher
, bullpen coach Orlando Mercado
and bullpen catcher Steve Soliz.


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Re: Baseball news / internet polls
Post on Thu Dec 24, 2009 2:55 pm by kane
December 24, 2009


ANGELS AGREE TO TERMS WITH RHP FERNANDO RODNEY

The Angels Thursday agreed to terms on a two-year contract with right-handed reliever Fernando Rodney. Today's announcement was made by General Manager Tony Reagins.

Rodney, 32, spent the last seven seasons with the Detroit Tigers. During the 2009 campaign, he served as the club's closer, finishing sixth in the American League with a career-high 37 saves and led all A.L. pitchers with 65 games finished.

For more infore go to andelsbaseall.com
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Re: Baseball news / internet polls
Post on Fri Jan 22, 2010 11:55 pm by kane
January 22, 2010

ANGELS SIGN JOEL PIÑEIRO TO TWO-YEAR DEAL

The Angels Friday agreed to terms on a two-year contract with right-handed pitcher Joel Piñeiro, as announced by General Manager Tony Reagins.

Piñeiro, 31, enjoyed one of his finest seasons in 2009 with the N.L. Central Champion St. Louis Cardinals going 15-12 with three complete games, two shutouts and a 3.49 ERA (214 IP - 83 ER) in 32 starts. He established a career-high in innings pitched while leading the N.L. in shutouts. His 15 wins fell one short of equaling his career-high set with Seattle in 2003. The right-hander led all of baseball allowing just 1.1 walks per 9 IP and ranked first in MLB with a 2.73 ground ball/fly ball ratio.
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Re: Baseball news / internet polls
Post on Sat Jan 23, 2010 12:09 am by kane
January 22, 2010

ANGELS ACQUIRE RHP BRIAN STOKES FROM METS

The Angels Friday acquired right-handed pitcher Brian Stokes from the New York Mets in exchange for outfielder Gary Matthews Jr. in an announcement by General Manager Tony Reagins.

Stokes, 30, comes to the Angels after making 64 relief appearances with the Mets in 2009 going 2-4 with a 3.97 ERA (70.1 IP - 31 ER). New York purchased Stokes from Tampa Bay on November 28, 2007. In two seasons with the Mets, Stokes compiled a 3-4 record with a 3.82 ERA in 93 appearances, including one start.
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Re: Baseball news / internet polls
Post on Wed Jan 27, 2010 12:33 pm by kane
January 25, 2010

ANGELS AGREE TO TERMS WITH MAICER IZTURIS

The Angels Monday agreed to terms on a three-year contract with infielder Maicer Izturis, thus avoiding arbitration. Today's announcement was made by General Manager Tony Reagins.

Izturis, 29, spent his fifth season with the Angels in 2009, establishing career-highs in every major offensive category - batting average, runs, hits, HR and RBI. His .300 average (116/387) included 22 doubles, three triples, eight home runs and 65 RBI in 114 games.
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Re: Baseball news / internet polls
Post on Fri Jan 29, 2010 9:49 pm by kane
January 29, 2010

ANGELS AGREE TO TERMS WITH JOE SAUNDERS

The Angels Friday agreed to terms on a 2010 contract with left-handed pitcher Joe Saunders, thus avoiding arbitration.

Saunders, 28, completed his second full season with the Angels in 2009 posting a 16-7 record with two complete games (one shutout) and a 4.60 ERA (186 IP - 95 ER) in 31 starts. The southpaw is 33-14 over his last two seasons with the Angels and is 48-22 in his Major League career. With a 40-19 record on June 24, 2009, Saunders set the club mark for highest winning percentage (.678) at the time he reached 40 wins.
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Re: Baseball news / internet polls
Post on Wed Feb 03, 2010 9:55 pm by mcd4bauer
At least we will recognize a familar face! Ha-ha! I feel like the team is going over an overhaul. I am so glad Torii Hunter is still with the Angels.
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Re: Baseball news / internet polls
Post on Thu Feb 18, 2010 4:59 pm by kane
I know but here is one more face we will recognize on the team.
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February 18, 2010


ANGELS AGREE TO TERMS WITH ERICK AYBAR

The Angels and infielder Erick Aybar agreed to terms Thursday on a 2010 contract, thus avoiding arbitration.

Aybar, 26, established career-highs in nearly every offensive category including a team-best .312 average, runs (70), hits (157), HR (5) and RBI (58). His .312 batting average established a club-record for a shortstop. The Dominican native also ranked fourth among American League shortstops with a .982 fielding percentage.

Full coverage on angelsbaseball.com »
Aybar Stats & Bio »
Personalize an Aybar jersey now »
See Aybar & the Angels in 2010 »
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Re: Baseball news / internet polls
Post on Sat Apr 24, 2010 9:12 pm by kane
Vote for the All Star Game 2010

http://mlb.mlb.com/mlb/events/all_star/y2010/ballot_pop.html?partnerId=ed-3435994-55428157
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Re: Baseball news / internet polls
Post on Mon Dec 13, 2010 9:31 pm by kane
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Mon Dec 13 11:34am EST
Good guys wear black: Mark Buehrle pays bills for injured dog
By 'Duk

Chicago White Sox pitcher Mark Buehrle(notes) is already known for a lot of good things.

• A perfect game in 2009 and a no-hitter in 2007.

• A save against the Houston Astros in Game 3 of the 2005 World Series.

• A Gold Glove pitcher, a foil for Joe West, and a hometown boy who says he wants to throw for the St. Louis Cardinals someday, then maybe retire early.

The latest addition to Buehrle's public resume and reputation, however, is something that even a Chicago Cubs fan can applaud.

• An animal lover who stepped up to help a poor dog (above) that was found last week in Godfrey, Ill., with a hunting arrow piercing its side.

[Video Rewind: Watch Mark Buehrle's ridiculous play from Opening Day 2010]

In a feel-good story that's quickly making the Internet rounds, Buehrle and his wife, Jamie, have agreed to pay the medical expenses for "Shelby," a female Sheltie mix who's recovering at Hawthorne Animal Hospital. The Buehrles found out about Shelby's story on Facebook and immediately wanted to help, so they've pledged to handle her medical bills, which the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports are nearly $3,000 "and climbing."

From the Alton Telegraph:

"Mark and his wife, Jamie, are big animal lovers — they help a lot of shelters and rescues — and they volunteer for us," said Jackie Spiker of Hope Animal Rescues, who agreed to assume care for the dog from Madison County Animal Control. "They're really good people."

Considering that Buehrle makes $14 million a year to pitch for the Sox, that $3,000 doesn't rank as a huge amount for his pocket book. But the Buehrles' support for animals goes way past financial. They started "Sox For Strays," a monthly adoption program for homeless pets at U.S. Cellular Field last season and have proven to be friends of Midwestern dogs with plenty of past volunteer work.

[Related: A happy ending for most of Vick's dogs]

Of course, friends were exactly what Shelby — who is about 4 years old — needed when she was discovered. Though no one's sure if she was shot on accident or purpose, she was given up on by her owners. Despite the dog being micro-chipped, the Telegraph reports the owners didn't bother to report her missing for six weeks and then immediately surrendered ownership when Shelby was found last week.

It won't be known for about seven to 10 days if Shelby will recover enough to become an adoptable dog for a good home. But thanks to the concern of people like Mark and Jamie Buehrle, at least she now has a chance.

* * *

From the Post-Dispatch: "Shelby's expenses are covered, but Spiker said Hope Animal Rescues always welcomes donations for its ongoing work. For more information about Hope Animal Rescues, visit www.hoperescues.com or call 618-463-9983 or write to the organization at 3701 Coronado Drive, Alton, Ill. 62002."

Other popular stories on Yahoo!:
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• Video: Cowboys player asks Vick for autograph after game

Related: Chicago Cubs, Chicago White Sox, Houston Astros, St. Louis Cardinals

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