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Angels squander chance as Jaso leads M's

Angels squander chance as Jaso leads M's

ESPN.com Updated Sep 27, 2012
John Jaso hit a two-run homer and an RBI double for Seattle, and the Los Angeles Angels wasted a golden chance to get within one game of an AL wild-card spot with a 9-4 loss to the Mariners on Thursday.
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  • Angels' Moreno talks futures of Hunter, Scioscia

    Angels' Moreno talks futures of Hunter, Scioscia

    ESPN.com Sep 27, 2012
    The strong play of Los Angeles Angels outfielder Torii Hunter since the All-Star break has not gone unnoticed by the team's owner Arte Moreno.
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  • Haren: 'Dumb timing' for Angels to talk contract

    Haren: 'Dumb timing' for Angels to talk contract

    ESPN.com Sep 27, 2012
    With the Angels two games back of the Oakland A's for the final wild card spot and just six games left to play, right-handed Dan Haren is focused on pitching well in his final start next week, nothing more.
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  • Darvish on track to start Sunday for Rangers

    Darvish on track to start Sunday for Rangers

    ESPN.com Sep 27, 2012
    Texas Rangers starting pitcher Yu Darvish had a long-toss session on Thursday and is on track to start Sunday against the Los Angeles Angels.
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Sports Columnists

  • Biggest NFL games of Week 4 -- John Clayton's First & 10

    Sep 27
    Roger Goodell's influence will be felt when the struggling Saints and Packers meet on Sunday, writes John Clayton.
  • Don Banks: Saviors now, regular refs will be scrutinized more than ever in…

    Sep 27
    When the NFL's regular crews of referees mercifully get back to work, starting Thursday night in Baltimore, let's hope they're ready for their close-up. Because this is going to be the closest close-up the league's game officials have ever experienced.
  • Fans venting on the replacement referees, plus the Thursday pick

    Sep 27
    The shockwave of the replacement referees' legacy, plus Thursday's Skunk of the Week.