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Halos' Santana files for arbitration: All-Star right-hander Ervin Santana is among five Angels who filed for arbitration on Thursday. He was joined by Darren Oliver, Robb Quinlan, Maicer Izturis and Mike Napoli.
Anderson has MRI on sore knee: Garret Anderson, who left Sunday's game after the first inning with a sore left knee, said Monday that his knee felt better and he pinch-hit for Robb Quinlan in the eighth inning against the A's.
Scioscia pondering offensive options: Even though they are atop the American League West, the Angels are still struggling offensively, giving manager Mike Scioscia headaches. Scioscia says he may give reserves Robb Quinlan, Reggie Willits and Juan Rivera more chances.
Mathis, Santana help beat Mariners: Right-hander Ervin Santana allowed two runs on six hits in 7 2/3 innings, as the Angels beat the Mariners, 4-2, on Monday night. Jeff Mathis hit a two-run homer in the third inning to get the offense started. Maicer Izturis and Robb Quinlan drove in a run each.
Lackey pleased with first step back: Even if the stands were empty, John Lackey said it"felt good"to be on a mound again, perspiring, throwing everything in his arsenal with hitters -- Juan Rivera and Robb Quinlan -- standing at the plate.
Notes: Quinlan eyes rebound season: Robb Quinlan's 2007 season was not close to what he'd have liked it to be: .247 with three homers and 21 RBIs in 178 at-bats. He never found a consistent groove or consistent playing time, but he's a smiling optimist by nature.
Homers, gloves help Angels beat Tigers: Mike Napoli, Orlando Cabrera and Robb Quinlan powered homers that carried the Angels to a 6-3 decision over the Tigers, their 11th in 13 games, in front of 28,678 at Comerica Park.
Angels take second straight from Dodgers in Freeway Series: The Los Angeles Angels are on a roll because they are back to doing the things that have made them one of baseball's most successful teams since Mike Scioscia became manager. Mike Napoli homered and scored the go-ahead run on a double play, Robb Quinlan drove in two more with a bloop double and the Angels ran the Dodgers ragged Saturday night in a 6-2 victory their second straight in the Freeway Series.
Angels win second straight over Dodgers (AP):
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The Los Angeles Angels are on a roll because they are back to doing the things that have made them one of baseball's most successful teams since Mike Scioscia became manager. Mike Napoli homered and scored the go-ahead run on a double play, Robb Quinlan drove in two more with a bloop double and the Angels ran the Dodgers ragged Saturday night in a 6-2 victory -- their second straight in the...
Angels' Rodriguez gets one year, $7M (AP): Francisco Rodriguez, who had a major league-leading 47 saves last season, avoided arbitration with the Los Angeles Angels on Tuesday by agreeing to a one-year, $7 million contract. The Angels also agreed to terms with reliever Scot Shields and infielder Robb Quinlan -- their other arbitration-eligible players.
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