LA Angels News

  • Halos back Ramirez's 9 K's to tackle Texas
    Jefry Marte drove in three runs and J.C. Ramirez racked up a career-high-tying nine strikeouts as the Angels clinched a series win over the Rangers with a 5-2 victory on Sunday.
  • Simmons casually eats seeds, makes play
    Simmons casually eats seeds, makes play
  • JC settles into rotation with 1st win as starter
    JC Ramirez was only making his fourth Major League start, so when he was surprised he only got four or five pitches on the mound in warmup, it took him off his game early. But he rebounded with a second straight strong performance in a 5-2 Angels win over the Rangers.
  • MLB.TV: Watch every night on every device
    It all began 15 years ago, and you are going to want to be part of the MLB.TV celebration of baseball and technology, as the world's longest-running and most successful live-streaming sports product is a way of life for millions.
  • Angels righty Guerra keeping lefties in check
    Deolis Guerra's splits against right-handed hitters and left-handed hitters couldn't be more different this year, but also not in the way you'd expect.
  • Shoemaker to start series opener vs. Mariners
    After a 10-game road trip through Oakland, Detroit and Cleveland, the Mariners will return to Safeco Field in Seattle for the first time since April 19, as they will play host to the Angels on Tuesday.
  • Pujols, Trout drive in runs, but Angels fall short
    Carlos Gomez hit for the cycle for the second time in his career and led the Rangers to a 6-3 victory over the Angels on Saturday night. It's the third time a player has hit for the cycle in the Major Leagues this season, as Gomez joins Wil Myers of the Padres and Trea Turner of the Nationals.
  • 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.
  • Untimely pitches derail promising Chavez outing
    Angels starter Jesse Chavez's outing Saturday night swung from promising to disappointing by the slimmest of margins in the fifth inning of the Halos' 6-3 loss to the Rangers.
  • 1B Cron, lefty Skaggs land on 10-day DL
    The Los Angeles Angels placed first baseman C.J. Cron on the 10-day disabled list after he fouled a ball off his left foot Friday against the Rangers.
  • Pujols moves up RBI list with HR in victory
    Albert Pujols hit a go-ahead three-run homer in the eighth inning to lift the Angels to a 6-3 victory over the Rangers at Globe Life Park on Friday night. The Angels have now won five straight, while the Rangers have lost three of four.
  • Trout homers on final callup anniversary
    Five years ago Friday, Angels slugger Mike Trout was called up from the Minor Leagues for the last time.
  • Angels' two-run first enough for sweep of A's
    Albert Pujols and C.J. Cron drove in one run apiece to back a solid outing from Ricky Nolasco, propelling the Angels to a sweep of the A's with a 2-1 win in Thursday night's series finale at Angel Stadium.
  • Nolasco's mechanical fixes pay off in win
    With an extra three days off in between starts to iron out a mechanical issue, Angels right-hander Ricky Nolasco delivered arguably his best outing of the season on Thursday night, leading the Halos to a 2-1 victory to finish off a sweep of the A's at Angel Stadium.
  • Norris embracing stint as Angels' closer
    On Saturday, Angels right-hander Bud Norris picked up his first career save after nine seasons in the Majors. Since then, he's racked up three more, with his latest save coming in the Angels' 2-1 win over the A's on Thursday night at Angel Stadium.
  • Maybin's 3 RBIs fuel Angels' outburst vs. A's
    The Angels' struggling offense finally came to life on Wednesday night and used a three-run second and a four-run seventh to fuel an 8-5 win and clinch a series victory against the A's at Angel Stadium.
  • Can Trout ever get traded?
    Mike Trout is the best player in baseball. He's also the most untradeable. That's not to say the other 29 teams wouldn't love to call the Angels' superstar their own, but given his age, talent and contract status, it's impossible to imagine a scenario in which any club could make an offer that Los Angeles general manager Billy Eppler couldn't refuse.
  • Trout thanks fans for MLB Award
    Angels manager Mike Scioscia didn't watch Ken Griffey Jr. play on a regular basis during the Hall of Fame outfielder's career, but he's fairly certain that one of his current players will, when it's all said and done, fit that same once-in-a-generation mold.
  • Patchwork bullpen exceeding expectations
    The Angels have seen their bullpen depth eroded by injuries this season. Their top three relievers -- Huston Street, Andrew Bailey and Cam Bedrosian -- are on the disabled list. JC Ramirez, arguably their fourth-best reliever, was pressed into the rotation following an injury to right-hander Garrett Richards.
  • Ramirez stymies A's in best start of career
    The sample size remains limited, but the Angels' experiment with JC Ramirez as a starter is working out well.
  • Angels edge A's on Calhoun's walk-off in 11th
    After the Angels and A's traded leadoff homers in the 10th inning, Kole Calhoun delivered a walk-off single in the 11th to lift the Halos to a 2-1 win on Tuesday night's series opener at Angel Stadium.
  • Father of Carew's donor throws out first pitch
    Before Ralf Reuland threw out the first pitch to the Angels' series opener against the A's on Tuesday at Angel Stadium, he received a word of advice from Hall of Famer Rod Carew, who in December received via transplant operation a heart and kidney from Reuland's late son, former Baltimore Raven's tight end Konrad Reuland.
  • Valbuena's return will impact Cron, Marte
    Manager Mike Scioscia has largely used a first-base platoon of C.J. Cron and Jefry Marte this season, but he diverged from that arrangement on Tuesday, opting to start Marte against right-hander Jesse Hahn in the Angels' series opener with the A's at Angel Stadium.
  • Angels slide into split with Blue Jays
    Thanks to a solid start by Jesse Chavez and a crafty slide by Cameron Maybin, the Angels secured a split of their four-game series with the Blue Jays after holding on for a 2-1 victory in Monday night's finale at Angel Stadium.
  • Chavez finds redemption with 7-K gem
    Three days after taking the loss after being forced into relief in the series opener, Jesse Chavez reverted to starting and took the mound against Toronto for the second time this series and earned some redemption, tossing six innings of one-run ball to lead the Angels to a 2-1 win in Monday's finale and clinch a series split.
  • Angels acquire reliever Hernandez from Braves
    David Hernandez was attending a Faith Hill and Tim McGraw concert in Atlanta on Sunday night when he learned that the Braves had traded him to the Angels in exchange for cash considerations or a player to be named.
  • Long flourishes in Double-A debut
    Posting zeroes has become the norm for Class A Kane County's Jon Duplantier in the first month of the Minor League season. On Monday, the D-backs' No. 8 prospect fired five dominant frames to extend his scoreless innings streak to 20 1/3 to begin the season.
  • Trout breaks his belt on a triple
    Trout breaks his belt on a triple
  • Pujols now at No. 1 on RBI list for Dominicans
    Albert Pujols achieved several statistical milestones in Sunday's 6-2 loss to the Blue Jays, climbing MLB's all-time lists for RBIs and doubles.
  • Ninth-inning rally can't erase 'pen's mistakes
    A dominant, complete-game performance by Marcus Stroman and a trio of late home runs from Devon Travis, Kevin Pillar and Ryan Goins helped propel the Blue Jays past the Angels for a 6-2 victory Sunday afternoon at Angel Stadium. The win gave Toronto a 2-1 edge in the series heading into Monday's finale.
  • Angels add Pounders to bullpen, DFA Yates
    The Angels made an adjustment to their bullpen prior to Sunday afternoon's matchup with the Blue Jays, recalling right-hander Brooks Pounders and designating Kirby Yates for assignment.

Comments are closed.

Listen Live