A look at the five most important questions heading into the AL Division Series between the Royals and the Angels.
It took Miguel Gonzalez 28 years to get from Guadalajara, Mexico, to the major leagues. No wonder he isn't wasting time making the most of his opportunity with the playoff-bound Orioles.
Seventy-five years ago this weekend, Johnny Vander Meer threw a second straight no-hitter. No one else has ever done that. But Nolan Ryan came close.
The Los Angeles Angels and the Tampa Bay Rays are heavily involved in significant trade talks, but earlier discussions involving pitcher James Shields fizzled out, a source said Tuesday.
Every player is prone to slumps. And when they are going on, it is a helpless feeling for any hitter.
The Baltimore Orioles are close to officially naming Dan Duquette as their next general manager, two sources confirmed Saturday.
There's a 7-foot-1 pitcher in Angels camp, a movie buff in Rangers camp, a musician in Reds camp and a bizarre and brilliant pitcher in Giants camp.
Will Jonathan Papelbon remain the Red Sox's closer for the entire 2011 season? Will Mike Quade be the answer to the Cubs' longtime futility in the postseason? Those are just two of the team-related questions heading into spring training.
First base is thought to be a spot on the field that can be counted on for producing big offensive numbers, but the way the position has changed in the last year that may no longer be the case.
In an effort to improve their outfield defense, the Angels have moved longtime center fielder Torii Hunter to right field. And he says the change is for the better.
Thirty or forty years ago, great outfielders dominated the game. Today, only a handful even rank among the top 20 players.
The secret to Angels' year-after-year success? Tim Kurkjian says the answer sits in the manager's office.
Check out the top five questions heading into the AL Championship Series between the Los Angeles Angels and the New York Yankees.
Check out the top five questions heading into the AL Division Series between the Boston Red Sox and the Los Angeles Angels.
The Angels' offense, not pitching, has been the driving force behind their holding down the top spot in the AL West.
The season is at the halfway point and two-thirds of the teams still have a legitimate chance to make the playoffs.