Mike Trout Ties Angels Franchise Record

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Angels Trout Ties Franchise Record Mike Trout of the Los Angeles Angels hit his 299th career home run Friday night against the Houston Astros. The blast ties Trout with Tim Salmon for the Angels franchise home run record. Further, Trout scored the game-winning run in extra innings after Shohei Ohtani hit a single into right […] READ MORE


Los Angeles Angels Jo Adell Hits First and Second Career Home Run

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Los Angeles Angels outfielder Jo Adell hit his first and second career home runs this Saturday against the Seattle Mariners. He was the first Angel to slug his first two home runs in a single game since 1981 when Tom Brunansky accomplished this. Adell, MLB.com’s number six prospect, received his first call-up to the major […] READ MORE


Los Angeles Angels Trade Tommy La Stella

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Angels Trade Tommy La Stella  Los Angeles Angels infielder Tommy La Stella was noticeably absent from Friday’s lineup against the Seattle Mariners fueling speculation regarding a trade. Further, La Stella hugged fellow teammates at the start of the second inning before leaving into the clubhouse. By the third inning, it was announced on social media […] READ MORE


Angels Bullpen Woes

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Angels Bullpen Woes The Los Angeles Angels sit at the bottom of the AL West with a 9-20 record. With the pre-season speculation that the Angels could be a playoff contender, what went wrong? The batting lineup consists of big offensive names like Mike Trout and Anthony Rendon. Thus, pitching (mainly relief pitching since no […] READ MORE


Ohtani’s Hot August Bat

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An elbow injury may be limiting Los Angeles Angels two-way player Shohei Ohtani from stepping up to the mound, but he looks to be a key contributor offensively. So far, Ohtani’s bat is off to a hot August start. So far, he has hit for a 0.318 BA and a 1.105 OPS. While we will […] READ MORE


Los Angeles Angels Catchers Hot Start

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Angels Catchers Are Off to a Hot Start Over the past several seasons, the Los Angeles Angels have seen a revolving door of catchers behind the plate including Carlos Perez, Martin Maldonado, Jonathan Lucroy, and Kevan Smith. Neither Smith nor Lucroy made a compelling case for the team’s long-term strategy during the 2019 campaign. Thus, […] READ MORE


Early Surprises: Angels Starting Pitching

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The Los Angeles Angels have seen positive production from their starting pitching; an early surprise for the 2020 season. After compiling a league-worst 5.64 ERA in 2019, the rotation now tops the league in a number of metrics. The Angels rank seventh in WAR and sixth in strikeouts after nine games. Most of the success […] READ MORE


1986 ALCS, Game Five: California Angels at Boston Red Sox

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Welcome back to the “10 Greatest Games in Baseball History.” While the last two games were from the World Series, this game will hail from the 1986 ALCS between the Boston Red Sox and the California Angels. Without further ado, let’s get into Number Eight. 8. 1986 Game Five: Red Sox 7, Angels 6 (11 innings) […] READ MORE