A Duel at High Noon

Here’s a picture from my seats at today’s Angel game of the Halo’s high-fiving after beating the M’s 2-1. It was definitely a pitchers duel from the start as both starters retired the… Continue reading

Eyeing the Tiger

Well this game was certainly interesting. A no-hit bid, some show boating, ejections, and some assholes too. Let’s start with the bid for a no-hitter. Justin Verlander took a no-hitter into the 8th… Continue reading

A Big No-No

Two days after the gut punch walk-off loss to the Indians, Ervin Santana throws a no-hitter. A no-no with a twist. He gave up a run early on an error by Aybar, a… Continue reading

Groundhog Day

Two separate days, almost identical results. The Angels had their starters go deep into the game, only allowing one run and the bullpen almost ruins it for the second straight night. What doesn’t… Continue reading

Back on Track

The Angels won the rubber match of the series today against the Rangers 1-0. They didn’t even score their only run on a hit, it was on an error. They actually only had… Continue reading

Fucking Losers!

I’m not even going to wait for the Angel game to be over. They are absolutely pathetic. This is a make or break series and they look like little cunts. I haven’t written… Continue reading

The Broom is Back in Town

As the the All-Star break begins, the Angels sweep four games from the Seattle Mariners. What a series this was. The Angels made mince meat of the Mariners, who before this series, were… Continue reading

Goin’ Fishin’

How appropriate, I just got back from fishing and the Angels are just starting. One day after Peter Bourjos hurt his hamstring on a double, the Angels called up #1 ranked minor league… Continue reading

Dan Haren win’s 100th in style

I know I haven’t written in a while. Part of that is that I’ve been upset and another is that I’ve been out of town. Maybe I should go out of town more… Continue reading

The Angels sign Barry Bonds…

No, not really, but I’m sure it felt like it for Jeff Mathis. He was intentionally walked twice, which I’m sure made him feel like Barry. The only difference is that Mathis was… Continue reading