MOOSIC — Just like that, the RailRiders were in a hole.
Three batters into the game, Columbus had a two-run lead. After six batters, the deficit was three runs and the Clippers came out of the first two innings with a four-run advantage, slugging RailRiders starter Daniel Camarena for four doubles.
Then, just like that, the RailRiders grabbed the lead back.
Angels decline 2018 options on Huston Street, Ricky Nolasco
ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) — The Los Angeles Angels have declined their contract options for next season on former closer Huston Street and right-hander Ricky Nolasco.
The Angels also announced Friday that outfielders Eric Young Jr. and Shane Robinson and reliever Deolis Guerra have elected to become free agents.
Street spent the past 3 1/2 seasons of his 13-year career with the Angels, who held a $10 million club option for 2018. Instead, the two-time All-Star gets a $1 million buyout.
Angels get 3 diving stops in 9th to complete no-hitter
TEMPE, Ariz. (AP) — Bud Norris and seven Angels relievers combined for quite a feat Friday night.
Even with all those arms, they needed a little extra help at the end.
Backed by three diving defensive stops in the ninth inning, Los Angeles got a combined no-hitter in a 4-0 victory over the Seattle Mariners on Friday night.
Dodgers’ Ryu pitches 2 innings in spring training debut
GLENDALE, Ariz. (AP) — Hyun-Jin Ryu took a big step in his long comeback from a left shoulder injury.
A member of the Los Angeles Dodgers starting rotation before surgery in May 2015, Ryu struck out two in two scoreless innings against the Los Angeles Angels on Saturday in his first exhibition game this year.
Ryu, who turns 30 in two weeks, has pitched in only one regular-season game since his surgery two years ago.
Andrew Bailey agrees to $1 million, 1-year deal with Angels
ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) — The Los Angeles Angels have agreed to a $1 million, one-year contract to keep right-handed reliever Andrew Bailey, the first of this year's 157 free agents to reach a deal.
Bailey revitalized his career last season with the Angels, posting six saves with a 2.38 ERA in 12 appearances. He became Los Angeles' closer after Huston Street's season-ending injury.
CLEVELAND - Three years and three organizations later, Nick Buss finally made it back to the big leagues.
The Angels recalled the 29-year-old outfielder on Saturday when Shane Robinson went on the disabled list with a sore hip.
Buss had played eight games in the majors with the Dodgers in 2013, but then he passed through the Oakland Athletics and Arizona Diamondbacks organizations in the past two years, without getting another shot.
Angels scrap both parts of left field platoon -- Daniel Nava, Craig Gentry -- on the same day
ANAHEIM - The best laid plans of mice and men sometimes get DFA'd.
Daniel Nava and Craig Gentry - the players general manager Billy Eppler hoped could provide some left field production for a discount - failed miserably, finally resulting in both players being designated for assignment on Saturday.
Now, the Angels will go with a left field combination that includes only one natural outfielder, Shane Robinson. The other candidates are converted infielders: Jefry...