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Dustin Perlberg

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    I've been thinking about the blog Tony Pierce posted a few days ago which was titled "Garret Anderson Doesn't Care About Black People," and although I didn't initially want to respond to it, I feel that it's necessary for me to do so. Let me start out by saying that I've received a handful comments on my posts that have basically implied that I don't know what I'm talking about when I've expressed my...
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    Last night I made my way down to Anaheim for my first game at the Big A this season. The first thing I noticed was that it only cost me $8 to park, and I was able to easily get in and out of the stadium. In contrast, it'll cost you $15 to park at Dodger Stadium, and getting a spot and leaving the stadium will give you more headaches than that Paris Hilton...
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    AP Photo/Francis Specker If you caught the last 4 innings of Monday's 4-1 Angel victory, you had a lot to like. Sure, earlier you saw Casey Kotchman lead off his season with a big fly to center field, and you even saw Mike Napoli steal a base, but what should really excite Angel fans is the way the Angels bullpen locked down the Rangers offense from the 6th inning on. John Lackey threw a...
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    AP Photo by Chris Carlson I'm not going to write anything about the pre-season freeway series with the Dodgers. Why you ask? Well, it's because exhibition baseball games tend to be about as meaningful as promises by Pacman Jones to stay on the right side of the law. Teams are working on specific things; giving guys looks who won't even be on the team, so essentially, the scores are meaningless. This blog is over...
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    Earlier this week, Angels Third Baseman Chone Figgins suffered a broken finger that looks to keep him out for the first month of the season. The Angels are likely to start utilityman Maicer Izturis at the hot corner while Figgins is out, but this injury has got us thinking. The Halos spent all offseason trying to bring in big bats, but struck out when they went after guys like Aramis Ramirez, Alfonso Soriano and...
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    Alright folks the 2007 baseball season upon us, so I thought I'd take a look at who the Angels will likely start in the field, compared to the squad that the Halos fielded going into '06. Catcher: 2006: Jeff Mathis/Jose Molina 2007: Mike Napoli Impact: Positive Going into last season, the Angels had let Bengie Molina go so that they could hand Jeff Mathis the job behind the dish, with Jose Molina expected to...

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