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Scioscia's future still a trending topic as Angels defeat Tigers

ANAHEIM, Calif. - The first curveball of the day was thrown nearly four hours before the game, by a catcher, one who hasn't appeared in the big leagues in more than a quarter-century.

If Mike Scioscia is indeed approaching retirement, he's headed there wearing a smile.

Or maybe Monday that was a smirk.

Asked to comment on reports that

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