Mike DiGiovanna, Los Angeles Times

Mike DiGiovanna

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Recent articles by Mike:

Rich Hill plans to return from knee injury and pitch next week for Dodgers

Dodgers pitcher Rich Hill plans to return from a knee injury next week and pitch against the Padres. He threw 22 pitches off the bullpen mound Tuesday. → Read More

Adam Kolarek provides valuable relief once again for Dodgers in win over Rays

Adam Kolarek, the sidearm-throwing left-hander acquired from the Tampa Bay Rays at the trade deadline, has delivered steady results for the Dodgers. → Read More

Ned Colletti to remain as SportsNet LA Dodgers analyst while scouting for NHL team

Ned Colletti will continue in his role as a Dodgers' pregame and post-game analyst for SportsNet LA while also serving as a scout for the NHL's San Jose Sharks. → Read More

Julio Urias will start for the Dodgers in first game back from suspension

Julio Urias will be limited to about three innings and 45 pitches when he starts for the Dodgers on Tuesday against the Colorado Rockies. → Read More

Angels closer Keynan Middleton activated after 15-month Tommy John recovery

Keynan Middleton, the Angels' closer early last season, was activated Tuesday after a 15-month absence recovering from Tommy John surgery. → Read More

Griffin Canning puts in fine start as Angels beat White Sox

Angels rookie Griffin Canning turned in one of his best starts of the season, getting through the Chicago White Sox batting order three times in a 9-2 win. → Read More

Mike Trout helps Angels rally for victory over White Sox

Mike Trout's two-run single was the key hit in a four-run seventh that lifted the Los Angeles Angels to a 6-5 comeback win over the Chicago White Sox. → Read More

Angels' Shohei Ohtani takes another rehab step with curveballs in bullpen session

The Angels' Shohei Ohtani made another big step in his recovery from Tommy John surgery, throwing curveballs off a mound for the first time in his rehab. → Read More

Angels see what Dodgers missed, the mastery of Felipe Vazquez

Southland baseball fans watched Pirates closer Felipe Vazquez pitch against the Angels this week, getting a firsthand look at what the Dodgers missed out on. → Read More

Jose Suarez is the latest young Angels pitcher to struggle as team falls to Pirates

The Angels' lack of depth on the mound continues to haunt them as Jose Suarez exits after three innings in 10-2 loss to the Pittsburgh Pirates. → Read More

Angels release 2020 schedule, will open on the road for the fourth straight season

The Angels will open their 60th major league season with a seven-game trip to Houston and Texas, the fourth straight year they’ll have opened on the road. → Read More

Griffin Canning struggles in game Tyler Skaggs had been scheduled to start

Mike Trout hit another towering home run, but it wasn't enough to overcome a rough performance by Griffin Canning in the Angels' 9-3 loss to the Texas Rangers. → Read More

Angels’ Jonathan Lucroy mourning the deaths of two people close to him

Just days after Angels teammate Tyler Skaggs' death, catcher Jonathan Lucroy found out his college coach, Tony Robichaux of Louisiana-Lafayette died at 57. → Read More

Mike Trout, Jaime Barria and bullpen lead Angels past Rangers

Mike Trout homered twice and Jaime Barria struck out a career-high eight batters in five innings as the Angels beat the Texas Rangers 6-2. → Read More

Angels’ Tommy La Stella to miss All-Star game with fractured tibia

Tommy La Stella was placed on the injured list because of a right-tibia fracture on Wednesday. → Read More

Angels play with heavy hearts and win for No. 45

The Angels play on, pick up a 9-4 victory in an emotional return to the field against the Texas Rangers. → Read More

Foul ball may hurt Angels infielder Tommy La Stella’s All-Star spot

Tommy La Stella’s hopes of playing in his first All-Star game may have been dashed Tuesday night when the Angels infielder fouled a ball off his right shin. → Read More

Angels and Rangers will play with heavy hearts a day after Tyler Skaggs’ death

Tuesday's game between the Angels and the Texas Rangers will go on as scheduled, a day after Angels pitcher Tyler Skaggs was found dead. → Read More

Angels say pitcher Tyler Skaggs has died at age 27

The Angels announced Monday that pitcher Tyler Skaggs died. → Read More

Angels pitcher Tyler Skaggs, 27, is found dead

Police ruled out foul play and said and suicide is not suspected in the death of Angels pitcher Tyler Skaggs, who was found in his Texas hotel room. → Read More