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October 18, 1986
Angel first baseman Wally Joyner is expected to be released from St. Joseph's Hospital in Orange sometime this weekend, Angel spokesman Tim Mead said Friday. Joyner has been hospitalized since last Saturday with an infection in his right shin, which forced him to miss the last four games of the American League championship series.
June 15, 1987 | JERRY CROWE
An Angel spokesman said Sunday that the team has banned alcoholic beverages from the clubhouse and all team flights because of recent court rulings that, in the club's interpretation, make the provider of such beverages liable for accidents or injuries inflicted by the person provided with the alcohol.
October 9, 1998 | BILL SHAIKIN
The Walt Disney Co. plans to complete its purchase of the Angels well in advance of a March 30 deadline. The company bought a 25% interest in the franchise from Gene and Jackie Autry in 1996, with the option of buying the remaining interest after Gene Autry's death. Autry died last Friday, leaving Disney an option period of 180 days, Anaheim Sports spokesman Tim Mead confirmed Thursday. Major league owners approved Disney in 1996, and no further vote is required, Mead said.
February 8, 2005 | Bill Shaikin
The Angels are close to completing a television schedule in which a total of 140 games would air on Fox Sports Net West, Channel 9 and Channel 56. FSNW announced a 50-game broadcast schedule Monday. Channel 9 also has agreed to carry 50 games, including one exhibition. The Angels are expected to arrange for 40 more games to air on Channel 56. In addition, 10 games are scheduled for national broadcasts on ESPN or Channel 11.
January 30, 1996 | ELLIOTT TEAFORD
The Angels signed right-handed starter Shawn Boskie to a minor-league contract Monday and invited him to spring training. Boskie, who signed a free-agent minor-league contract last year, was 7-7 with a 5.64 earned-run average in 20 starts. He was 6-2 with a 4.81 ERA after 13 starts when he was placed on the disabled list with an inflamed right elbow on July 17. He did not pitch again until Sept. 1. "Shawn did a lot of good things for 2 1/2 months," said Tim Mead, Angel assistant general manager.
June 26, 2009 | Dana Parsons and My-Thuan Tran
Thundersticks and Rally Monkeys have brought playfulness to Angel Stadium in recent years, but two violent incidents at the ballpark in the still-young season have raised the question of whether the traditionally fan-friendly atmosphere at the stadium has eroded.
April 5, 2007 | Steve Henson, Times Staff Writer
To honor the 60th anniversary of Jackie Robinson breaking the color barrier, all 25 Dodgers players will wear the former Brooklyn Dodgers infielder's No. 42 on April 15. The first Angels player asked by the team to wear the number declined. Outfielder Garret Anderson said that although he has a great appreciation for Robinson, he won't do it because Ken Griffey Jr., among others, thought of it first.
August 4, 1990 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Four members of Angel pitcher Bert Blyleven's family remained hospitalized in Orange Friday with injuries resulting from a single-vehicle accident. Authorities said Blyleven's wife, Patricia, 37, was driving three of the couple's children on a southern Sierra Nevada highway when their truck flipped over Thursday afternoon. The family was heading home from Reno, Nev., where they watched the eldest son, Todd, pitch in an amateur game.
January 11, 2013 | By Bill Shaikin
The Angels have hired Mark Langston as their new radio analyst, replacing Jose Mota. Langston, who pitched eight of his 16 major league seasons for the Angels, will join Terry Smith in the radio booth. Victor Rojas and Mark Gubicza remain the television broadcast team. Mota will become an analyst on the Angels' Spanish-language television broadcasts. Angels spokesman Tim Mead, who confirmed the changes, said Fox Sports plans to increase its Spanish-language Angels broadcasts from 50 last year to about 75 this year.
December 1, 2009 | By Bill Shaikin
The Angels have raised the price of some season tickets, cut the price of others and frozen prices on parking, concessions and single-game tickets. The Angels also added "preferred" seating categories on the field and terrace levels, with Angel Stadium now divided into 32 categories. For a year in which the All-Star game will be played at Angel Stadium, with season-seat holders guaranteed the opportunity to buy an All-Star game ticket, the Angels raised season prices by an average of 4.1%, spokesman Tim Mead said.
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