LA Angels News

  • Trout considers suiting up for '21 Classic
    Mike Trout said Friday morning that though he's not playing for Team USA in the upcoming World Baseball Classic because of personal reasons, he very well could participate the next time around in the 2021 tournament.
  • Breaking down the Angels' Top 30 list
    Since Billy Eppler took over as general manager in October 2015, it's been clear he will try to acquire talent in any way, shape or form. This year's Angels Top 30 list is reflective of those efforts.
  • See what's new on MLB.TV and catch all the action
    MLB.TV is back, and it's better than ever. Watch live out-of-market games -- including almost 300 Spring Training games and the World Baseball Classic (in U.S.) without blackouts -- on more than 400 devices.
  • With down season in past, Revere hopes to rebound
    Ben Revere, 28, experienced the worst season of his career in 2016, hitting only .217 with a .560 OPS over 103 games. It was a significant dip from Revere's usual production -- over seven seasons in the Major Leagues, Revere has batted .285 with a .662 OPS.
  • Simmons to see game action before leaving for Classic
    Shortstop Andrelton Simmons will play in the first game of the Cactus League season on Saturday when the Angels host the Brewers at Tempe Diablo Stadium in their spring opener. Simmons will see game action earlier than most Angels regulars because he is slated to leave camp on Feb. 28 to represent the Netherlands in the World Baseball Classic.
  • Spring has arrived: Get tickets, skeds, gear
    Spring Training is here! Check out the latest ticket deals, gear up at the shop and get ready for the 2017 season with complete Angels coverage.
  • No concerns following Shoemaker's live BP
    Angels right-hander Matt Shoemaker reached a key personal milestone Wednesday, facing live hitters for the first time since being struck on the head by a line drive in September.
  • AL-inclusive: Everyone has eyes on West title
    Jerry Dipoto knows that the Astros are favored to win the American League West, and if baseball analysts aren't talking about Jose Altuve's budding powerhouse, they're focused on the Rangers. Why not? They've won the AL West two years in a row.
  • 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.
  • Bedrosian out a few days after groin tweak
    Angels reliever Cam Bedrosian is dealing with lower body stiffness and is expected to refrain from throwing the next couple days.
  • Chavez sees plus, minus to IBB change
    As part of its ongoing efforts to quicken the pace of play, Major League Baseball is expected to implement a rule change this season that will eliminate the four-pitch intentional walk and replace it with a dugout signal.
  • Spring into fresh look for Angels' new year
    Gear up for Spring Training with updated authentic caps, jerseys, socks and more, and wear what your favorite Angels are wearing.
  • Simmons gearing up for 2017 Classic
    The Angels' Andrelton Simmons will depart for Seoul at the end of February to represent the Netherlands in his second career World Baseball Classic.
  • Enjoy two World Series HRs from GCU's Tim Salmon
    Enjoy two World Series HRs from GCU's Tim Salmon
  • 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.
  • Angels to take time on naming first baseman
    General manager Billy Eppler said Tuesday that it's hard to say how the first-base situation will shake out. He expects to spend the next six weeks of Spring Training contemplating the decision, and said he is in no rush to commit to a resolution.
  • Glove at first sight for Bailey and his mitts
    It was an exciting day at Angels camp for right-hander Andrew Bailey, who received his new gloves for the season on Glove Day from Wilson Sporting Goods representatives on Monday morning at Tempe Diablo Stadium.
  • Maybin up for challenge as LF, tablesetter
    Cameron Maybin will be adjusting to more than just a new team this spring. Maybin, who was acquired from the Tigers in exchange for Minor League right-hander Victor Alcantara over the offseason, has spent most of his career as a center fielder but will now be charged with filling the Angels' void in left field.
  • Carpino touts upgrades, on and off the field
    It's Presidents Day and the Angels are less than a week away from starting Cactus League play, so what better time to check in with club president John Carpino?
  • Pujols happy with progression, ready to run
    Albert Pujols said Sunday that he's pleased with the progress he's made since reporting to Angels camp last week.
  • Meyer makes adjustment to avoid injury
    Alex Meyer, who was acquired with Ricky Nolasco from the Twins in exchange for Hector Santiago and Alan Busenitz at last summer's trade deadline, is expected to compete for the fifth spot in the Angels' rotation this spring.
  • Trout lands with personal, team goals in mind
    Angels star center fielder Mike Trout arrived to Tempe Diablo Stadium ahead of the club's first full-squad workout and said one of his goals this season is to steal 40 bases, a threshold he hasn't reached since stealing 49 as a rookie in 2012.
  • Moreno: Halos will stay at Angel Stadium through '29
    Owner Arte Moreno said Saturday that the Angels will play out their current lease in Anaheim, a move that will keep the team at Angel Stadium through at least 2029. The Angels could have opted out of their current lease in 2019, but attempts to secure a new ballpark elsewhere have so far proved unsuccessful.
  • SoCal native Espinosa embraces new team
    Danny Espinosa knew his days in Washington were numbered after the Nationals acquired outfielder Adam Eaton from the White Sox in December. Eaton was slated to play center field for the Nationals, meaning Trea Turner would move back to his natural shortstop position and displace Espinosa.
  • Former Halos Erstad, Percival reunite as rivals
    Former Angels Darin Erstad and Troy Percival reunited on the field Friday not as teammates, but as rivals. Erstad's Nebraska Cornhuskers and Percival's UC Riverside Highlanders began a four-game series of Division I baseball at Tempe Diablo Stadium.
  • Shoemaker has no anxiety about facing hitters
    Matt Shoemaker's 2016 season came to a sudden, terrifying end in September when he was struck on the head by a line drive, an injury that sent the Angels right-hander to the hospital for emergency brain surgery. Shoemaker said he has no lingering apprehension about his health as he works toward returning to the mound for the Angels.
  • Heaney expected to miss 2017 season
    Andrew Heaney's comeback from Tommy John surgery will have to wait until 2018. Manager Mike Scioscia said Thursday that Heaney will likely miss the entire season as he works his way back from ligament surgery on his left elbow.
  • Street aims to win back closer job
    It's been eight years since Huston Street arrived to Spring Training without a defined role on a club. The 33-year-old Angels right-hander has spent the majority of his career as a closer, but now he'll have to fight for the job, along with Cam Bedrosian and Andrew Bailey.
  • Gaze in wonder at Trout's awe-inspiring workout
    Mike Trout and his super-intense workout regimen
  • Angels will monitor Skaggs' workload
    Tyler Skaggs has never pitched more than 113 innings in a Major League season, and the Angels will monitor his workload in his first full season back from elbow ligament surgery. Still, Scioscia said he hopes Skaggs will be a durable member of the Angels' rotation this year.

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