Ex-LAPD Cop Alex Arredondo I.D.'d as Man Assaulted in Angel Stadium Parking Lot

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UPDATE: The man now listed in serious condition following a beating in the Big A parking lot has been identified as Alex Arredondo, 43, of Huntington Beach. The father of three had been a police officer until leaving the Los Angeles Police Department in 2012. Investigators have no reason to believe at this point that Arredondo's past employment with the LAPD had anything to do with the beating, according to Lt. Bob Dunn, the Anaheim Police spokesman. The search continues for the three attackers, but Dunn says there is no security camera footage from Angel Stadium nor suspect descriptions from the handful of witnesses who saw the incident.


ORIGINAL POST, OCT. 5, 11:57 A.M.: As if the bad news couldn't be worse after your heavily favored Anaheim Angels of Anaheim's 4-1 loss to the Kansas City Royals Friday night comes this: after the game, three men beat up another man in his 40s after the game, leaving him unresponsive and currently in critical condition.

The beating only came to light late last night, and police have little info to go by at the moment other than the belief that alcohol was involved and that fan rivalry doesn't seem to be a factor, Anaheim Police Department spokesperson Bob Dunn told the Orange County Register


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8 Reasons the Angels Should Fire Mike Scioscia

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Hit the road, Mike?

After winning more games than any other team in the Majors during the regular season (98), our Anaheim Angels of Anaheim were swept in three games by a Kansas City Royals team that limped into its first playoff series since winning the World Series in 1985. That's just one of the eight reasons Halos manager Mike Scioscia's abruptly ended 15th season should be his last in Anaheim.

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Dear Albert: An Open Letter of Apology to Angels "El Hombre" Pujols

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A bobblehead worthy of El Hombre

Dear Albert,

Please bear with me as the following is most difficult to write as it includes the unthinkable: admitting that I was wrong. But wrong I was, about you in an Angels uniform, your on-field production and your deep faith, for which I would like to extend my most sincere apology, especially today, as tickets for all potential American League Championship Series games at Angel Stadium go on sale at 10 a.m. and you prepare to face off against the A-holes or Royal Pains in the Asses in Thursday's divisional series opener at the Big A.

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Gustavo's Latest KCRW "OC Line": On Arte Moreno Threatening to Move Angels to Tustin!

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Arte: Take the Halos and run

Tonight, the Tustin City Council is scheduled to have a closed-door session discussing whether they want to make a run for your Anaheim Angels of Anaheim, who are whining loudly about how Mayor Tom Tait is a big meanie to them because he doesn't want to reward billionaire owner Arte Moreno with hundreds of millions of dollars in subsidies. Because of this, Moreno broke off lease negotiations with Anaheim late last week, effectively calling his team a free agent--but are they going to wow people like Vladimir Guerrero, or be the next Vernon Wells/Josh Hamilton/Gary Matthews Jr/Bo Jackson/Von Hayes/Dave Parker/insert-your-favorite-washed-up-free-agent-signing here?

All of this was the subject of my weekly KCRW-FM 89.9 "Orange County Line" commentary yesterday.


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Fans Rally to Keep the Angels in Anaheim

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The Catch restaurant was the place to catch "Keep the Angels in Anaheim" fever.

Hours before your Anaheim Angels of Anaheim would rally to beat the Philadelphia Phillies at the Big A Wednesday night, dozens of their fans rallied nearby to keep the Major League Baseball franchise in town.

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Chad Curtis, Former Angels Outfielder, Shares His Sex Assault Story from Michigan Prison

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Chad Curtis--who was a spark plug for what was then the California Angels of the early 1990s and also spent his 10-year career with the Tigers, Blue Jays, Dodgers, Indians, Yankees and Rangers--is not sitting in a dugout these days but the Harrison Correctional Facility in Adrian, Michigan.

That's where the 45-year-old, married father of six and devout Christian has been since October, after being convicted of sexually assaulting multiple underage girls.

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Huntington Beach Dodgers-Angels Chick Fight and Stabby Street Brawl: The Video

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At the end of yesterday's thrilling episode on the Dodgers-Angels chick fight that devolved into a stabby downtown Huntington Beach street brawl, we mentioned that cops there are seeking cell phone video taken by witnesses of the early Sunday mayhem.

Well, the vids are starting to roll in . . .

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Lady Angels and Dodgers Fans Fighting Leads to Street Brawl in Downtown Huntington Beach

UPDATE: Huntington Beach Dodgers-Angels Chick Fight and Stabby Street Brawl: The Video

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And here comes the basebrawl . . .

A lady wearing an Angels jersey was attacked by two women who were apparent Dodgers fans early Sunday afternoon, leading to a Main Street brawl in downtown Huntington Beach that left two Marines hospitalized and two suspects facing assault charges, according to police.

One Marine was stabbed in the face with a broken bottle right in front of cops busy detaining people, reports Huntington Beach Police Lt. Mitch O'Brien.

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Mark Trumbo Still Has Angel Fans on His Mind

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Looking at Mark Trumbo on today's People Issue 2014 cover may have you wondering when the former Angel/current Diamondback faces Anaheim on the field.


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Josh Hamilton, Angels Slugger, Downsizes Role of Anti-Drug "Accountability Partner"

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John Hamilton came to your Anaheim Angels of Anaheim with a big stick and a lot of baggage. The first overall pick in the 1999 Major League Baseball draft spent most of his first eight seasons in the minors or suspended due to drug and alcohol addiction. He's gone on to become a lifetime .295 hitter, five-time All-Star outfielder and 2010 American League MVP in the Bigs. By his side on and off the road has been an "accountability partner"--think a life chaperon. But the Angels and Hamilton have announced that's about to change.

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