LA Angels News

  • Street throws scoreless frame in debut
    It wasn't hard for manager Mike Scioscia to identify a silver lining of the Angels' 9-4 loss to the Red Sox on Friday night at Fenway Park. That moment occurred in the seventh inning, when veteran right-hander Huston Street returned to a Major League mound for the first time in 11 months.
  • Meyer's early struggles too much to overcome
    David Ortiz returned to Fenway Park on Friday night for the first time since his retirement to watch the Red Sox affix his No. 34 atop the right-field facade during a special pregame ceremony. The Red Sox gave him even more reason to c
  • MLB.TV: Watch every night on every device
    Yearly subscriptions have been lowered to $99.99 for MLB.TV Premium and $79.99 for Single Team subscriptions, making it a good time to join a celebration of 15 years for the world's longest-running and most successful live streaming sports product.
  • With bullpen taxed, Angels call up Paredes
    The Angels added a fresh arm to their overworked bullpen on Friday, calling up right-hander Eduardo Paredes from Triple-A Salt Lake prior to their series opener against the Red Sox at Fenway Park. To clear a roster spot for Paredes, the Halos optioned first baseman C.J. Cron to Salt Lake.
  • ALL-STAR VOTE: Time is running out!
    Which Angels are #ASGWorthy? All-Star balloting ends Thursday at 8:59 p.m. PT.
  • Ramirez eyes bounce-back start vs. Red Sox
    David Price will look to gain control of his pitch command when he faces the Angels on Saturday night.
  • Barria hurls first shutout for Mobile
    After a dominant start to his season with Class A Advanced Carolina, Corbin Burnes is continuing to make it look easy in Double-A.
  • 7th heaven: Big frame leads Halos over Yanks
    Albert Pujols delivered a tiebreaking single and the Angels took advantage of two key errors to complete their surge back from an early deficit, scoring nine unanswered runs to stun the Yankees with a 10-5 victory on Thursday evening at Yankee Stadium.
  • Angels' Top 30 prospects list
    Who do the Angels have in the pipeline? Get scouting reports, video, stats, projected ETAs and more for the Halos' Top 30 Prospects on's Prospect Watch.
  • Scioscia remains at top of his game this season
    The Angels are 38-38, nearing the halfway point of the season. And the job manager Mike Scioscia's doing, keeping them at .500 considering injuries to Mike Trout, plus most of the starting rotation and bullpen, may be his masterpiece.
  • EY extended the inning by retreating
    EY extended the inning by retreating
  • Maybin 'creating chaos' from atop the lineup
    Cameron Maybin homered, reached base four times, scored three runs and stole a base to help the Halos erase a four-run deficit and emerge with a 10-5 comeback win over the Yankees,
  • Street makes long-awaited return to Majors
    Huston Street is back in the Majors for the first time in 11 months. Street, who last pitched on July 31, 2016, was activated off the 60-day disabled list on Thursday prior to the series finale against the Yankees.
  • Lengthy wins drought belies Nolasco's ability
    It's been nearly two months since the Angels have won a game started by Ricky Nolasco. That streak continued on Wednesday night, as Nolasco was charged with five runs over 5 1/3 innings in the Halos' 8-4 loss to the Yankees at Yankee Stadium. The 34-year-old right-hander is now winless in 10 consecutive starts dating to April 27.
  • Angels can't outrun persistent Yanks in Bronx
    Didi Gregorius and Matt Holliday homered, Austin Romine collected three hits and closer Aroldis Chapman put an exclamation point on the end of the Yankees' season-high seven-game skid on Wednesday night at Yankee Stadium, closing out an 8-4 victory over the Angels with a 102.9-mph pitch. The fastball that struck out Eric Young Jr. was the fastest pitch in the Majors this season, according to Statcast™, and moved New York back into first place in the American League East.
  • Fister opts out of Angels' Minor League deal
    The Angels announced on Wednesday that they have released veteran right-hander Doug Fister from his Minor League contract.
  • Marsh collects four hits with Orem
    With one no-hitter already under his belt this season, Lucas Gioltio made a bid at a second one on Wednesday for Triple-A Charlotte.
  • Halo, goodbye: Angels wave away Bronx skid
    Cameron Maybin continued his hot streak by greeting Tyler Clippard with a go-ahead homer in the seventh inning Tuesday night, lifting the Angels to an 8-3 victory at Yankee Stadium that handed the Yankees their seventh consecutive defeat.
  • Scioscia: Angels' bullpen 'terrific' in win vs. NY
    Manager Mike Scioscia offered the first glimpse at how he plans to operate the Angels' bullpen without injured closer Bud Norris in the Halos' 8-3 victory over the Yankees on Tuesday night at Yankee Stadium.
  • Angels place Norris on DL with inflamed knee
    The Angels placed right-hander Bud Norris on the 10-day disabled list with right knee inflammation on Tuesday, though they're hopeful that they won't be without their closer for long.
  • Trout's All-Star ballot support not wavering
    Mike Trout remains in line to make his sixth consecutive trip to the Midsummer Classic, collecting the second-most votes among American League outfielders in Tuesday's 2017 Esurance MLB All-Star Game Ballot update.
  • Inbox: Are Angels potential Deadline buyers?
    Will the Angels add pitching or a bat at the non-waiver Trade Deadline? Maria Guardado answers this and more in the latest Inbox.
  • Longtime friends get Draft call from Angels
    Joseph "JoJo" Booker and Hunter Brittain have known each other since they learned to walk, and have been teammates since Little League. Last week, the Angels drafted both of them in an outcome neither had foreseen.
  • Simmons a key factor at plate, on basepaths
    Andrelton Simmons' ability in the field is well known, but the Angels shortstop's bat has been at the forefront of what's been a sensational year. During Los Angeles' 7-3 loss to the Royals on Sunday, Simmons went 2-for-3, collecting an RBI and a walk along with two stolen bases.
  • Angels unable to bounce back vs. Royals
    The Royals rode a three-run third inning and four-run fourth frame to defeat the Angels, 7-3, in Sunday's series finale at Angel Stadium. With the victory, Kansas City captured its third straight series win.
  • Bedrosian's return a boost to 'eclectic' bullpen
    The Angels welcomed back right-handed reliever Cam Bedrosian during Saturday's 9-0 win over Kansas City. Bedrosian was reinstated from the 10-day disabled list prior to the contest and made his first appearance since suffering a right groin strain April 22.
  • Thaiss homers, drives in three
    Double-A Binghamton received big contributions from a pair of Mets' prospects as the Rumble Ponies topped Reading 6-2 on Sunday.
  • Three homers help Halos halt Royals' streak
    Angels right-hander Alex Meyer matched a career-high with nine strikeouts, and Albert Pujols belted a two-run blast to take sole possession of 10th all-time on the career RBI list, leading the Halos to a 9-0 win over Kansas City on Saturday night at Angel Stadium.
  • Pujols passes Ott with #ASGWorthy homer
    With his 1,864th and 1,865th RBIs, Albert Pujols surpassed Mel Ott for 10th on the all-time RBI list.
  • Maybin reaches base in 22nd straight game
    Before Saturday night's 9-0 win over Kansas City, Cameron Maybin took a moment to himself and knelt down in the shadow cast over left field. "I pray before every game," Maybin said. "That's all it is."
  • Cron following in his father's footsteps
    Angels first baseman C.J. Cron was too young to remember his father, Chris, playing in the big leagues. But C.J. was around for traveling to city to city while Chris managed in the Minor Leagues.
  • MLB initiative benefits prostate cancer research
    The Angels are sporting symbolic blue ribbons on their jerseys and blue wristbands, along with specially designed uniforms and caps during the remainder of their series against Kansas City this Father's Day weekend. The uniforms are a part of an MLB initiative to raise awareness of prostrate cancer and funds for research.
  • Forearm strain lands Shoemaker on DL
    The Angels' rotation suffered another blow Saturday as the team announced that starter Matt Shoemaker has been placed on the 10-day disabled list, retroactive to June 15, with a strain in his right forearm extensor.
  • Angels kept in check by Royals' Kennedy
    Lorenzo Cain continued to swing a hot bat for the Royals, homering twice and driving in three runs to extend Kansas City's winning streak to a season-high six games with a 3-1 victory over the Angels on Friday night at Angel Stadium.
  • Pennington takes advantage of rare start
    Cliff Pennington demonstrated his importance both in the field and at the dish during Angels' 3-1 loss to the Royals on Friday night at Angel Stadium. The veteran infielder produced the Halos' lone run when he broke up Ian Kennedy's perfect-game bid with a two-out home run in the sixth inning, drawing Los Angeles within a run.
  • Angels sign second-round pick Canning
    One day after signing first-round Draft pick Jo Adell, the Angels agreed to terms with second-round selection Griffin Canning, a right-hander from UCLA.

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