Angels only mustered 4 hits but it was enough to grab the win and avoid a sweep
by: Jeff Fletcher — Orange Country Register 20 May
Ohtani gave up two runs in 7-2/3 innings, the longest outing of his young career. He lowered his ERA to 3.35. The Angels scored four of their five runs on outs.
by: Chris Thompson — Deadspin 20 May
The Rays announced last week an extremely unusual, cosmic-brain plan for the immediate future of their pitching rotation: rather than the traditional approach of deploying a starting pitcher to work through the opposing lineup a few times before yielding.
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by: Sports Network — CBS Sports 20 May
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by: Matthew_Williams — SB Nation: Fake Teams 20 May
Matt takes a look at the closer landscape in fantasy baseball after another week of action, highlighting a new shiny toy in Philadelphia.
by: (AP) — USA Today 20 May
Tampa Bay Rays reliever Sergio Romo will start for the second consecutive day in the finale of a four-game series against the Los Angeles Angels on Sunday, Rays manager Kevin Cash said following a 5-3 win on Saturday night
by: Rich Hammond — LA Daily News 20 May
Tampa Bay’s Daniel Robertson, a Southern California native, hit a second-inning grand slam off Heaney to give the Rays a 4-0 lead over the Angels.
by: Michael Bradburn — The Score 20 May
Shohei Ohtani has been nothing short of sensational, which could make him an early favorite to make the Midsummer Classic. And, if the Home Run Derby requires his assistance, Los Angeles Angels manager Mike Scioscia won't deter his star."That's a player's
by: The Associated Press — USA Today 20 May
LEADING OFF: Angels rookie Shohei Ohtani starts vs Rays, Dodgers lefty Hill has another blister problem, Darvish tries again for first win with Cubs
by: firstname.lastname@example.org (Tom Gatto) — Sporting News 20 May
Sergio Romo gave the Rays exactly what they wanted in his first major league start. His performance will be a key data point as Tampa Bay continues to play at the margins of baseball convention.
by: Bill Shaikin — Los Angeles Times: Sports Now 20 May
The home run derby is a popularity contest, and there might be no player more popular around the world than the Angels’ Shohei Ohtani.