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May 4, 2009 | Mike DiGiovanna
The Angels' series finale against the New York Yankees on Sunday was rained out, and though it has not been rescheduled, a logical makeup date would be Monday, Sept. 14, an off day for both clubs. The Yankees are in the middle of an eight-game homestand that week. The Angels begin a six-game trip in Boston on Sept. 15, so a stop in Yankee Stadium the day before would not be too far out of their way.
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October 26, 2009 | DIANE PUCIN
Some of the highs and lows of watching Angels-Yankees Game 6. Say hey Fox's Joe Buck said, "It seems like it's been about a week since we played Game 5 back in Southern California." Well, it was only Thursday. Maybe Buck doesn't like New York? Say what? An early Fox graphic gave us these "Keys to the Game." For the Angels: "Trouble with hello is goodbye." And for the Yankees, "Have CC ready for Game 1 of World Series." OK, huh? Sabathia wasn't pitching Game 6 for the Yankees.
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October 26, 2009 | DIANE PUCIN
Some of the highs and lows of watching Angels-Yankees Game 6. Say hey Fox's Joe Buck said, "It seems like it's been about a week since we played Game 5 back in Southern California." Well, it was only Thursday. Maybe Buck doesn't like New York? Say what? An early Fox graphic gave us these "Keys to the Game." For the Angels: "Trouble with hello is goodbye." And for the Yankees, "Have CC ready for Game 1 of World Series." OK, huh? Sabathia wasn't pitching Game 6 for the Yankees.
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October 23, 2009 | DIANE PUCIN
Some of the highs and lows of watching Angels-Yankees Game 5. Say hey Into the nervous silence that seemed to surround Angel Stadium just before the first pitch, Fox's Joe Buck said, "This crowd may need a little jolt tonight. This place is awful quiet." Say what? If you're looking for a holiday gift for Buck, perhaps a globe? In talking about Cuban defector Aroldis Chapman, a pitching prospect, Buck referred to the place where Chapman was now living as "Angora" which is a kind of sweater.
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October 21, 2009 | DIANE PUCIN, ON SPORTS MEDIA
Some of the highs and lows of watching Angels-Yankees Game 4. Say hey Joe Buck welcomed us with this: "Has momentum shifted to the Angels? Or will CC [Sabathia] ease the minds of Yankee nation? Answers coming up." The answers came up, early and often. Say what? The " 'Ninja Assassin' Keys to the Game" was an actual segment. Understanding that someone has to pay the bills, this brought to mind the idea that a player needed the ability to do some sort of karate kick.
NEWS
October 23, 2009 | DIANE PUCIN
Some of the highs and lows of watching Angels-Yankees Game 5. Say hey Into the nervous silence that seemed to surround Angel Stadium just before the first pitch, Fox's Joe Buck said, "This crowd may need a little jolt tonight. This place is awful quiet." Say what? If you're looking for a holiday gift for Buck, perhaps a globe? In talking about Cuban defector Aroldis Chapman, a pitching prospect, Buck referred to the place where Chapman was now living as "Angora" which is a kind of sweater.
SPORTS
October 20, 2009 | DIANE PUCIN
Some of the highs and lows of watching Angels-Yankees Game 3: Say hey Fox Sports' Joe Buck told us, "In my opinion, Jered Weaver getting the start, has to get off to a great beginning. In my opinion, the Angels need to get on the board first to get some of the momentum back." Derek Jeter had a different opinion, homering to lead off the first for the Yankees. Say what? Tim McCarver, while praising the job Angels General Manager Tony Reagins has done, first called him Tom. Having heard from more than a few Angels viewers who think Fox is being too New York-centric, it doesn't help when the analyst seems to not know the name of the Angels' GM. Replay this Top of the eighth when the Yankees' Brett Gardner tried to steal second except Angels Manager Mike Scioscia called for a pitchout.
NEWS
August 12, 2008
Baseball: A photo caption with Monday's story in Sports about Sunday's Angels-Yankees game said Gary Matthews Jr. scored on the play at the plate in the fourth inning. Matthews was thrown out on that play.
SPORTS
October 18, 2009 | Lisa Dillman
Introductions to the league were made by Mr. Carlos Boozer and his sidekick, Mr. Paul Millsap. Utah Jazz basketball is always going to be a physical go, and it was just another rugged chapter around the basket in the early education of Clippers rookie Blake Griffin. "He [Boozer] was tough. I got caught under there several times and he killed me," Griffin said after the Clippers' 103-96 victory over the Jazz on Saturday night at Staples Center. "They do a lot of the vet stuff.
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July 20, 1985
Are the L.A. fans good fans? How many transplanted Easterners are here because the weather is nice and there aren't any jobs back east? The next time you Easterners are at an Angels-Yankees game delighting with the fellow next to you how bad the L.A. fans are, ask each other where you're from. DAWN MARIE WHITE Canoga Park
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October 21, 2009 | DIANE PUCIN, ON SPORTS MEDIA
Some of the highs and lows of watching Angels-Yankees Game 4. Say hey Joe Buck welcomed us with this: "Has momentum shifted to the Angels? Or will CC [Sabathia] ease the minds of Yankee nation? Answers coming up." The answers came up, early and often. Say what? The " 'Ninja Assassin' Keys to the Game" was an actual segment. Understanding that someone has to pay the bills, this brought to mind the idea that a player needed the ability to do some sort of karate kick.
SPORTS
October 20, 2009 | DIANE PUCIN
Some of the highs and lows of watching Angels-Yankees Game 3: Say hey Fox Sports' Joe Buck told us, "In my opinion, Jered Weaver getting the start, has to get off to a great beginning. In my opinion, the Angels need to get on the board first to get some of the momentum back." Derek Jeter had a different opinion, homering to lead off the first for the Yankees. Say what? Tim McCarver, while praising the job Angels General Manager Tony Reagins has done, first called him Tom. Having heard from more than a few Angels viewers who think Fox is being too New York-centric, it doesn't help when the analyst seems to not know the name of the Angels' GM. Replay this Top of the eighth when the Yankees' Brett Gardner tried to steal second except Angels Manager Mike Scioscia called for a pitchout.
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October 18, 2009 | Lisa Dillman
Introductions to the league were made by Mr. Carlos Boozer and his sidekick, Mr. Paul Millsap. Utah Jazz basketball is always going to be a physical go, and it was just another rugged chapter around the basket in the early education of Clippers rookie Blake Griffin. "He [Boozer] was tough. I got caught under there several times and he killed me," Griffin said after the Clippers' 103-96 victory over the Jazz on Saturday night at Staples Center. "They do a lot of the vet stuff.
SPORTS
May 4, 2009 | Mike DiGiovanna
The Angels' series finale against the New York Yankees on Sunday was rained out, and though it has not been rescheduled, a logical makeup date would be Monday, Sept. 14, an off day for both clubs. The Yankees are in the middle of an eight-game homestand that week. The Angels begin a six-game trip in Boston on Sept. 15, so a stop in Yankee Stadium the day before would not be too far out of their way.
NEWS
August 12, 2008
Baseball: A photo caption with Monday's story in Sports about Sunday's Angels-Yankees game said Gary Matthews Jr. scored on the play at the plate in the fourth inning. Matthews was thrown out on that play.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 21, 2004 | From Times Staff Reports
A man was stabbed in the torso Wednesday when a fight erupted after an Angels-Yankees baseball game in Anaheim, police said. Alberto Navarette Jimenez, 23, of Anaheim was arrested on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon, officials said. The altercation took place about 10:30 p.m. just outside Angel Stadium. Several off-duty LAPD officers attending the game detained Jimenez until Anaheim police arrived, Sgt. Rick Martinez said. The 23-year-old victim, a U.S.
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October 18, 2009 | DIANE PUCIN
Some of the highs and lows of watching Angels-Yankees Game 2. Say hey "Mind passing the overcoat again, it's still cold and windy, just like Game 1," said Fox pregame show host Chris Rose. "The teams will battle the elements." Say what? Doppler Radar so lied to Joe Buck. Well, figuratively at least. Buck, Fox's play-by-play announcer, told us often that rain was "imminent." He said Doppler Radar was telling him, and us, that rain would come in large amounts by 10 p.m. EDT, that it was likely the game might not finish.
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