LA Angels News

  • Free agents could be valuable at Deadline
    It's hard to predict where the Angels might be when the non-waiver Trade Deadline rolls around on July 31.
  • Relievers Guerra, Valdez among Angels cuts
    The Angels moved closer to finalizing their Opening Day roster on Monday after reassigning six players to Minor League camp, including right-handed relievers Deolis Guerra and Jose Valdez.
  • Pujols backs Chavez's strong start
    The Angels broke open a one-run game with a three-run rally in the fifth that sparked their 4-0 win over the D-backs, but it was a commanding performance from Angels starter Jesse Chavez that ruled the day.
  • MLB.TV is counting down to Opening Day
    Watch live out-of-market games -- including select Spring Training games without blackouts -- on more than 400 devices. Plus, enjoy full portability with a free subscription to At Bat Premium ($19.99 value).
  • Angels cautious with Simmons' stiff back
    Shortstop Andrelton Simmons missed his second straight spring game on Monday due to lower back stiffness, though the Angels do not believe the ailment is serious.
  • Efficiency key for Richards' successful return
    Angels right-hander Garrett Richards pitched six innings in his Minor League start against the Rockies on Sunday, and said he's pleased with where he stands heading into the final week of Spring Training.
  • Winter additions calculate to better defense
    With the additions of Danny Espinosa, Cameron Maybin and Martin Maldonado this winter, the Angels are expected to have a better defensive team in 2017.
  • 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 MLBPipeline.com's Prospect Watch.
  • Marte, Trout double in loss
  • Heave-ho: Scioscia tossed in third vs. D-backs
    Manager Mike Scioscia was ejected in the third inning of the Angels' 7-4 win over the D-backs on Saturday following a heated exchange with home plate umpire Mike Cascioppo.
  • Pujols, Perez back Skaggs' four-inning gem
    Albert Pujols and Carlos Perez both crushed two-run home runs to power the Angels to a 7-4 win over the D-backs on Saturday at Tempe Diablo Stadium.
  • Fantasy Player Preview: Dominate your draft
    From baseball's brightest stars to the next great fantasy steal lurking on the Angels depth chart, everything you need to know is one click away.
  • Halos' 2017 'pen to rely on multi-inning arms
    The Angels' bullpen figures to deviate from standard configuration in 2017. With few overpowering arms at their disposal, the Halos are instead looking to build a relief corps that features multiple pitchers with the ability to throw more than one inning.
  • Angels use 8 pitchers to no-hit Mariners
    Eight Angels pitchers combined to no-hit a Mariners split squad on Friday night, leading the Halos to a 4-0 win in the lone night game of the spring at Tempe Diablo Stadium.
  • Defense shines for Angels in Spring Training no-no
    Defense shines for Angels in Spring Training no-no
  • Valbuena disappointed to start Angels career on shelf
    Luis Valbuena, the Angels' top free-agent acquisition, is disappointed he will not be able to begin the season with his new teammates.
  • Meyer among 4 sent to Minors camp
    The Angels continued to pare down their roster on Friday, sending four players to Minor League camp, including right-hander Alex Meyer.
  • Valbuena out 4-6 weeks with hamstring strain
    Infielder Luis Valbuena has been diagnosed with a Grade 1 right hamstring strain and is expected to be sidelined for four-to-six weeks, the Angels announced Thursday.
  • Cron stays hot, Nolasco gets on a roll vs. Padres
    Ryan Schimpf hit a home run, and Luis Perdomo allowed two runs in five innings against the Angels on Wednesday. Ricky Nolasco allowed two runs in 6 1/3 innings and C.J. Cron had an RBI single for the Halos.
  • Injury to Valbuena could open door for Marte
    With Luis Valbuena expected to miss 4-6 weeks with a hamstring strain, Jefry Marte stands a better chance of cracking the Angels' 25-man Opening Day roster.
  • Revere leads Angels' offense vs. Mariners
    Ben Revere and Eric Young Jr. ripped back-to-back home runs in the second inning and Yusmeiro Petit turned in a strong start as an Angels split squad topped the Mariners, 9-8, under overcast skies at Peoria Stadium on Wednesday afternoon.
  • Righty Meyer filled in as teacher in offseason
    Angels manager Mike Scioscia has seen his fair share of players who have side jobs in the offseason. One of the new ones is 27-year-old pitcher Alex Meyer's job. He works as a substitute teacher in his hometown of Greensburg, Ind., when he gets the opportunity.
  • Trout clubs 1st spring home run
    Mike Trout hit his first home run of the spring, but it wasn't enough to prevent the split-squad Angels from falling to the Rangers, 7-4, on Wednesday at Tempe Diablo Stadium.
  • Despite disappointing end, Simmons a fan of Classic
    Shortstop Andrelton Simmons returned to Angels camp Wednesday after playing for the Netherlands in the World Baseball Classic and said he enjoyed the experience despite the Dutch team's heartbreaking exit from the tournament.
  • Schedule may take Richards out of OD mix
    Angels manager Mike Scioscia said Wednesday that ace right-hander Garrett Richards is scheduled "in pencil" to start against the Dodgers on March 31, three days before Opening Day. That would seem to suggest that Richards will be unavailable to start the Angels' season opener, though it's also possible he could make an abbreviated outing to stay sharp for their first game against the A's on April 3.
  • Ramirez making big push for starting rotation
    JC Ramirez didn't expect to still be starting for the Angels in the sixth week of Spring Training. When the Halos told him they wanted to try him as a starter this spring, he figured they'd give him two outings before moving him back to the bullpen.
  • Angels rally, take advantage of Reds' miscues
    Reds starter Cody Reed pitched 5 2/3 shutout innings and Ryan Raburn homered, but the Angels rallied with five unearned runs in the seventh inning to win Tuesday afternoon's Cactus League matchup, 9-1, at Goodyear Ballpark.
  • Street on track to resume throwing next week
    Angels right-hander Huston Street visited Dr. Steve Yoon in Los Angeles on Monday and said his strained right lat is healing as expected, keeping him on track to resume throwing at the end of the month.
  • Skaggs 'strong' and 'happy' after Minors start
    Tyler Skaggs struck out five over four scoreless innings in his Minor League start against the Brewers on Monday night at Tempe Diablo Stadium.
  • Torii Hunter Jr. plays under dad's watchful eye
    Torii Hunter Jr. replaced Trout with his dad watching
  • Shoemaker sparkles, but bats quiet vs. Sox
    Carlos Rodon pitched four scoreless innings in his Cactus League debut and Yoan Moncada drove in four runs to help the White Sox roll to an 11-2 win over the Angels on Sunday at Tempe Diablo Stadium.
  • Why the AL West could be the game's most fun division
    Why the AL West could be the game's most fun division
  • Lamb heads home to get medically cleared
    Left-hander John Lamb said he will travel to Los Angeles on Monday to see back specialist Robert Watkins. Lamb underwent surgery in October to repair a herniated disc in his back and is hoping to receive the green light to begin a throwing program.
  • Tropeano progresses to throwing in TJ rehab
  • Trout lets his stats do the talking
    If, by now, you're a sports fan who doesn't know about the greatness of Mike Trout, that's what's really fishy. It's your own darn fault. At 25 years old, Trout is entering what is, essentially, his sixth full season in the big leagues, which is kind of hard to believe.
  • Perez, Pujols, Trout, Maybin break out bats
    Carlos Perez homered and Mike Trout and Albert Pujols drove in one run apiece to help propel the Angels to a 9-3 win over the Rockies on Saturday at Tempe Diablo Stadium.
  • Perez kicking swing into gear
    After an offensive regression in 2016, Angels catcher Carlos Perez tweaked his swing during the winter, adding a leg kick that he hopes will improve his consistency at the plate this season.
  • Meyer solid, Fontana drives in 3 vs. Rangers
    Rookie first baseman Ronald Guzman hit a three-run home run in the seventh inning to lift the Rangers to a 6-5 victory over the Angels on Friday afternoon at Surprise Stadium.
  • Meyer happy with fastball command vs. Texas
    Alex Meyer looked sharp in the Angels' 6-5 loss to the Rangers at Surprise Stadium on Friday, further proof that he has put his disastrous second Cactus League outing firmly behind him.
  • Yates hopes to ride new pitch to bullpen spot
    Right-hander Kirby Yates has introduced a split-finger fastball to his repertoire this spring, a new weapon he hopes will help him win a spot in the Angels' bullpen.
  • Globetrotters visited Angels camp to learn baseball
    Globetrotters visited Angels camp to learn baseball
  • Angels' Opening Day starter still a question mark
    Opening Day is less than three weeks away, but the Angels still have not determined who will take the mound for them when they face the A's on April 3 in Oakland.

Comments are closed.

Listen Live