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MLB : ATS Matchup
Tuesday 8/19/2014Line$ LineOU LineScore
-1.5  +120

+1.5  -140



LA ANGELS (73 - 50) at BOSTON (56 - 68)
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Tuesday, 8/19/2014 7:10 PM
Board OpeningLatest
963LA ANGELS-140Ov 9,-105-125Ov 9,-115
964BOSTON+130Un 9,-115+115Un 9,-105
LA ANGELS - Current Season Performance
 Team RecordsTeamOpponent
All Games73-50+1359-594.70.2590.3204.00.2340.297
Road Games32-27+2.831-285.00.2640.3254.10.2310.302
vs Right-handed Starters52-33+1239-444.90.2580.3213.70.2300.291
Past 7 Games5-2+2.21-64.00.2460.3153.00.2380.295
Grass Games68-48+9.854-574.70.2580.3173.90.2310.295
Night Games57-37+11.744-454.60.2530.3123.90.2320.295
LA ANGELS - Team Hitting and Fielding Statistics
Team BattingTeam BattingTeam Fielding
All Games4.70.2590.320123431611193831190.0354538597164863119659681
Road Games5.00.2640.325592099554200630.032781894733441259363739
Righty Starters4.90.2580.321852999773264790.033952796825359680406054
LA ANGELS - Bullpen Pitching Statistics
All Games3.461.208387.31581493273314139122-16361472%
Road Games4.041.340169.3797615316741555-819773.1%

BOSTON - Current Season Performance
 Team RecordsTeamOpponent
All Games56-68-23.251-693.80.2440.3134.30.2580.317
Home Games29-34-16.825-373.90.2540.3294.50.2590.320
vs Right-handed Starters37-45-14.535-453.80.2430.3094.10.2580.317
Past 7 Games4-3+0.54-34.70.2770.3464.90.2690.339
Grass Games52-59-17.944-643.80.2450.3144.30.2570.316
Night Games40-48-15.838-483.90.2520.3174.50.2630.321
BOSTON - Team Hitting and Fielding Statistics
Team BattingTeam BattingTeam Fielding
All Games3.80.2440.31312442481037325920.02453424997389011307512674
Home Games3.90.2540.329632107535173390.022282354721747268496637
Righty Starters3.80.2430.309822807681200630.022982706503057785438536
BOSTON - Bullpen Pitching Statistics
All Games3.271.263371.31471353543411534417-22301369.8%
Home Games3.401.239206.78578193176318712-1011761.1%
LA ANGELS - Schedule
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateTeam StarterOpponentOpp StarterScoreW/LLineTot.O/UHLOBEHLOBE
8/5/2014SANTIAGO(L)@ LA DODGERSKERSHAW(L)4-5L1956.5 unO843760
8/6/2014SHOEMAKER(R)LA DODGERSHAREN(R)1-2L-1508.5 unU530980
8/7/2014WILSON(L)LA DODGERSRYU(L)0-7L+1007.5 ovU24113120
8/8/2014WEAVER(R)BOSTONWEBSTER(R)2-4L-1858.5 evU680871
8/9/2014RICHARDS(R)BOSTONBUCHHOLZ(R)5-4W-1907.5 unO15162650
8/10/2014SANTIAGO(L)BOSTONDE LA ROSA(R)1-3L-1508.5 ovU681462
8/12/2014WILSON(L)PHILADELPHIAWILLIAMS(R)7-2W-2458 evO1151771
8/13/2014WEAVER(R)PHILADELPHIABURNETT(R)4-3W-1908 unU6701190
8/15/2014RICHARDS(R)@ TEXASMARTINEZ(R)5-4W-1909.5 evU9811060
8/16/2014SHOEMAKER(R)@ TEXASLEWIS(R)5-4W-1509.5 ovU1060761
8/17/2014SANTIAGO(L)@ TEXASTEPESCH(R)2-3L-1309.5 unU781860
8/18/2014WILSON(L)@ BOSTONWORKMAN(R)4-2W1009.5 unU7509122
8/26/2014 MIAMI  

BOSTON - Schedule
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateTeam StarterOpponentOpp StarterScoreW/LLineTot.O/UHLOBEHLOBE
8/5/2014DE LA ROSA(R)@ ST LOUISLYNN(R)2-3L1357.5 evU5501091
8/6/2014KELLY(R)@ ST LOUISMILLER(R)2-1W1258 unU860570
8/7/2014WORKMAN(R)@ ST LOUISWAINWRIGHT(R)2-5L1557.5 unU880840
8/8/2014WEBSTER(R)@ LA ANGELSWEAVER(R)4-2W1758.5 evU871680
8/9/2014BUCHHOLZ(R)@ LA ANGELSRICHARDS(R)4-5L1807.5 unO65015162
8/10/2014DE LA ROSA(R)@ LA ANGELSSANTIAGO(L)3-1W1408.5 ovU462681
8/12/2014KELLY(R)@ CINCINNATILATOS(R)3-2W1157.5 unU851660
8/13/2014RANAUDO(R)@ CINCINNATILEAKE(R)5-4W1207.5 unO8501070
8/14/2014WEBSTER(R)HOUSTONFELDMAN(R)9-4W-1609 unO1471860
8/15/2014BUCHHOLZ(R)HOUSTONKEUCHEL(L)3-5L-1508.5 unU65112100
8/16/2014DE LA ROSA(R)HOUSTONPEACOCK(R)10-7W-1709 ovO137012101
8/17/2014KELLY(R)HOUSTONMCHUGH(R)1-8L-1258.5 ovO8901170
8/18/2014WORKMAN(R)LA ANGELSWILSON(L)2-4L-1109.5 unU9122750
8/26/2014 @ TORONTO  
LA ANGELS: ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) - Albert Pujols and Josh Hamilton didn't exactly fit in right away with the Los Angeles Angels after they accepted owner Arte Moreno's lavish free-agent contracts.
Now that both sluggers feel much more comfortable and confident in Orange County, they know it's time the Angels started getting more wins for their money.
The Angels' four-year absence from the playoffs is embarrassing for an organization with a sky-high payroll and equally lofty expectations, but they seem capable of ending the drought if the club's various pieces finally add up properly.
Pujols and Hamilton are full of spring optimism after those disappointing 2013 efforts, while superstar Mike Trout is back for the third full major league campaign in his already remarkable career.
BOSTON: BOSTON (AP) - Last season was one to remember for fans of the Red Sox - and one to forget for the players.
Soon after Boston's third World Series championship in 10 years, that bearded bunch decided to put it behind them and focus on what they must do to keep winning.
''It was a dream come true last year,'' pitcher Jake Peavy said. ''It's a new year. I think that's been a slogan of ours on the text messages that we've been exchanging with the guys, `Hey turn the page, it's a new year, it's 2014.' We haven't done anything and, obviously, some teams in our division got awfully better.''
The Red Sox won't be sneaking up on them, not after rebounding from a 69-93, last-place finish in the AL East to a 97-65 record, a 28-win improvement.
''You've got the bull's-eye on your back,'' second baseman Dustin Pedroia said. ''You want to get everybody's best, so I think it's going to be a fun challenge for everybody.''
John Farrell's disciplined, businesslike approach worked in his first year as Boston's manager. That, and the influx of players to improve the toxic clubhouse chemistry, made the one season under the animated Bobby Valentine seem like a distant memory.
Those players, including Jonny Gomes, Mike Napoli and Shane Victorino, return. The Red Sox lost center fielder Jacoby Ellsbury to the New York Yankees then signed Grady Sizemore as a possible replacement. Sizemore missed the last two seasons with knee and back injuries that required surgery but has had a healthy, productive spring training.
''In this group, no one's going to let anybody sit back and relax,'' Pedroia said. ''We're always going to push each other and make sure that we're respecting the game and playing the game the right way. If we do that, we should be all right.''
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ PA SPORTSTICKER AL PREVIEW (LA ANGELS-BOSTON) ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

*Angels-Red Sox Preview* ========================


Los Angeles (72-50) at Boston (56-67), 7:10 p.m. EDT

While the Los Angeles Angels try to maintain their spot atop the AL West, they also hope Josh Hamilton can become a major contributor to their playoff push.

After sitting the past two games, the struggling Hamilton is expected to be in the lineup Tuesday night against the Boston Red Sox at Fenway Park.

Batting .266 with eight homers and 35 RBIs in 72 games, Hamilton has a hit in four straight contests but is 5 for 38 with no RBIs and 18 strikeouts in his last 10. Hamilton, who missed almost two months with a thumb injury, asked to sit out Sunday's 3-2 loss at Texas and did not play in a 4-2 victory at Boston on Monday.

"He's going to come out early Tuesday, work on a couple of things and hopefully be ready to go," manager Mike Scioscia said. "(Monday was) a day to kind of rest and hopefully move towards that goal.

"Talking to Josh, that's the definite plan. We're anticipating him playing."

Though Scioscia feels Hamilton is plagued by a lack of confidence, the former MVP could turn things around at Fenway, where he hit .386 before going 2 for 14 there last season.

Kole Calhoun and Mike Trout each had two hits Monday as the Angels (73-50) won for the fifth time in six contests to increase their lead over Oakland to one-half game.

Calhoun is batting .415 with five doubles in the last nine games, while Trout is hitting .469 with five RBIs in seven career games at Boston.

Jered Weaver (13-7, 3.66 ERA) allowed two runs in seven innings of a 7-3 victory in his most recent start at Fenway, but that came in 2012. He gave up four, including a solo homer to Mike Napoli, in six innings of a 4-2 loss to Boston (56-68) on Aug. 8.

The right-hander, however, bounced back from that performance to yield two runs in six innings of a 4-3 victory over Philadelphia on Wednesday - two days after the birth of his daughter.

"I'm just trying to keep us in it," he told MLB's official website.

Though Napoli is 10 for 29 with three home runs and two doubles versus Weaver, David Ortiz is 1 for his last 9 against him.

Ortiz is batting .421 in the last five games for the Red Sox, who have dropped three of four following a four-game winning streak.

After Boston's Allen Webster (3-1, 4.79) gave up four runs and walked six in 2 2-3 innings of a 6-4 defeat to the New York Yankees in his second start of the season Aug. 2, he allowed two runs in 6 2-3 innings six days later while opposing Weaver at Anaheim.

The right-hander followed that effort by giving up three earned runs in six innings of a 9-4 victory over Houston on Thursday.

"Every outing, I learn something new each time," said Webster, who is 4-3 with a 7.02 ERA in 11 career starts since debuting with the Red Sox last season.

"Going out there now, watching video, finding the key points when I miss, being able to recognize those as soon as possible."

Calhoun went 2 for 3 against Webster earlier this month while Trout was 0 for 2 with a strikeout.

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