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Game 51 Preview: Detroit Tigers at Los Angeles Angels

Anibal Sanchez looks to snap the Tigers' four-game losing streak on Tuesday against Los Angeles' Hector Santiago. It's mystifying, really. The Tigers, try as they might, just cannot win in Anaheim. Justin Verlander delivered a masterful performance through seven innings on Monday evening, but was matched pitch-for-pitch by Angels starter Jhoulys Chacin. Then, after things got weird...
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Boxscore Breakdown #47: Ugly Baseball – Rangers 15, Angels 9

Woof. The Angels played about as sloppy a game as is possible at the big-league level on Wednesday. The team blew two leads, committed two errors, made at least one bone-headed throw, and failed to have even one of their five pitchers survive the day without giving up a run. In the end, they lost by their third-largest margin of the year despite plating nine runs themselves. ...
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5 days ago  |  Discuss

Rangers rough up Hector Santiago, Take Series

The Angels and Texas Rangers wrapped up their three game series with a Wednesday afternoon affair in Arlington. For the rubber match, the Angels sent out Hector Santiago and he was opposed by Rangers’ starter, Colby Lewis. It was a rough outing for Santiago as he was staked with a 1-0 and 4-1 lead and could not hold either as he was pulled after two and one-third innings giving...
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5 days ago

Angels manager Mike Scioscia calls Hector Santiago's ejection a 'joke'

ANAHEIM – Mike Scioscia remained clear how he felt about Hector Santiago’s ejection from Friday night’s loss to the Baltimore Orioles. “It was unwarranted,” the Angels manager said a day later. “I think umpires know the ramifications of...
Via The OC Register
9 days ago  |  Discuss

Angels starter Santiago ejected for gesturing to umpire

ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) Angels starter Hector Santiago has been ejected after gesturing to the home plate umpire in the third inning against Baltimore. Santiago appeared irate about how umpire John Tumpane was calling the strike zone in the series opener Friday night. The Angels trailed the AL East-leading Orioles 4-1 after the left-hander gave up three home runs including consecutive...
Via Associated Press
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Boxscore Breakdown #37: Santiago Shines in Seattle – Angels 3, Mariners 0

The better side of Hector Santiago‘s fortnightly Jekyll/Hyde routine found it’s way back to the mound on Sunday, shutting out the Mariners for eight innings on just two hits. The start was the Angels’ second in a row of seven innings or more—the first time all season they’ve accomplished that feat—and sealed the team’s (highly improbable) third series sweep of the...
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14 days ago  |  Discuss

Los Angeles Angels, Santiago complete road sweep of Mariners

On Sunday, the Los Angeles Angels completed a three game sweep of the first place Seattle Mariners. “King Felix” Hernandez looked to continue his early-season dominance, but could not contain the visiting Angels nor avoid the sweep at home. The Angels (16-21) currently sit in third in the AL West, but a series sweep like this could push the Halos in the right direction. Hector...
15 days ago  |  Discuss

Santiago, Angels complete sweep of Mariners with 3-0 win

SEATTLE (AP) Hector Santiago pitched eight innings of two-hit ball and Daniel Nava's two-run, two-out single in the eighth inning gave the Los Angeles Angels the cushion they needed to beat the Seattle Mariners 3-0 on Sunday to complete a three-game sweep. The Angels were reeling when they arrived in Seattle, having lost six straight, but leave town rolling after sweeping the AL...
Via Associated Press
15 days ago  |  Discuss

Santiago pitches Los Angeles Angels to win against former team

Throughout Spring Training the Los Angeles Angels were faced with multiple questions concerning their rotation. One of which, being whether or not Hector Santiago would be able to replicate the All-Star numbers he had last season. Don’t want to call this one too soon, but three starts into the season and Santiago is pitching like a man with something to prove. In his first two...
April 19, 2016  |  Discuss

2016 Angels Preview: Hector Santiago

If Charles Dickens were commissioned to write a depiction of Hector Santiago‘s 2015 season—paid by the word, of course—he probably couldn’t do any better than simply copying and pasting his intro from A Tale of Two Cities several times over. I wouldn’t go so far as to say Santiago’s year was polarizing enough to act as catalyst to a political and economic revolution...
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March 15, 2016  |  Discuss

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