Angels' Andrew Romine won't be switch-hitting anymore
The 27-year-old Romine, who believes the move will help his chances of earning a utility infield job this spring, says the choice is about improving his average and lessening his stress. — Andrew Romine was raised by his father, Kevin , a former Boston Red Sox outfielder, to be a switch-hitter. The thinking was that it would improve his chances of reaching the big leagues.
Angels assess cost-benefits of Zack Greinke
If Angels don't sign Zack Greinke, it exposes a big hole in their rotation, but the cost may be very high. Texas Rangers and the Dodgers are potential suitors. The Angels won't face stiff competition for Zack Greinke from the New York Yankees, Boston Red Sox, Philadelphia Phillies, New York Mets and Chicago Cubs, big-market teams that traditionally drive up the bidding for marquee free agents but who aren't good fits for the right-hander this winter.
Orioles 6, Red Sox 3: Orioles’ Playoff Party Is Put Off, but Only for a Few Hours
The Orioles won their final home game of the regular season, and an Angels loss in Game 2 of a doubleheader helped Baltimore clinch its first playoff berth since 1997.
Angels sweep away Red Sox in 5-2 victory
Zack Greinke holds Boston to five hits over seven innings as the Angels sweep their season series with the Red Sox for the first time. Leaving so soon?
Angels 5, Red Sox 2
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