Angels Fall One Game In AL West Division Chase; Focus Changes To Upcoming Series With Texas

ANAHEIM – Uncharacteristic errors cost the Los Angeles Angels not only a loss on Wednesday night, but more importantly, an entire game in the division race with just four games left in the season. The Angels clubhouse was near silent, as the team packed their bags for the final road trip of the regular season. A season-high, four errors, put more »

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Will You Ever See Grant Green In An Angels Uniform Again? Probably Not

ANAHEIM — It’s doubtful you’ll ever see Grant Green in a Los Angeles Angels uniform again. Wednesday, Green was designated for assignment to make room on the 40-man roster for left-handed reliever, Jo-Jo Reyes. Green, who turned out to play a utility role, was acquired by the Angels from Oakland in 2013, in exchange for Alberto Callaspo. Over the course more »

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Nick Tropeano’s 11 Strikeouts Lead Angels To 8-1 Victory Over Athletics and Wildcard Spot

ANAHEIM – August 21st. It may seem like just a random day, but that is in fact the last day the Los Angeles Angels held a playoff spot. That is, until Tuesday night. The Angels looked to a spot starter, in rookie, Nick Tropeano, but it’s doubtful they expected what they received. Over the course of six and two/third innings, more »

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Angels Add Potential Depth, Signing Mat Latos

ANAHEIM – Desperate for arms, the Los Angeles Angels announced the signing of veteran pitcher, Mat Latos, on Monday afternoon, a contract for the rest of the season – one week. With two of their top relievers – Joe Smith and Huston Street – down with injuries, and two starters – Matt Shoemaker and Jered Weaver – in question of being injured enough to miss more »

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Giavotella Sparks Offense & Morin Records First Career Save as Angels Sweep Mariners with 3-2 Win

ANAHEIM—When Johnny Giavotella rounded first base and saw center fielder Brad Miller unhurriedly fielding the ball, he saw an opportunity. The second baseman stretched a routine single into a leadoff double in the eighth inning, setting up Kole Calhoun’s go-ahead single to lift the Los Angeles Angels up 3-2 to sweep the Seattle Mariners, keeping the team a half-game behind more »

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Angels Will Pitch Ninth Inning by Committee with Huston Street Out with Grade I-Groin Injury

A half-game behind the Houston Astros in the race for the final American League Wild Card spot with seven games left to play, the Los Angeles Angels find themselves in a position that could potentially hamper their playoff hopes. Huston Street suffered what MRI results revealed to be a Grade I-groin injury while running to cover third base in the more »

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David Freese Lifts Angels Over Mariners 3-2, With Walk-Off Home Run

ANAHEIM – An entire baseball campaign brings multitudes of twists and turns that make the game so entertaining. Saturday night, a season’s worth of twist took place at Angel Stadium between the Los Angeles Angels and Seattle Mariners. A trio of runs crossed the plate in the first three innings, despite two of the games finest matching up against each other on the mound. more »

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Huston Street Goes Down With Groin Injury Bringing Up Many Questions About Angels Bullpen

ANAHEIM – In baseball, and in September, you need every little thing to go right for you to make the playoffs. For the Los Angeles Angels on Saturday night, something went terribly wrong. In the ninth inning, with a runner on second, Franklin Gutierrez of the Seattle Mariners grounded out to third base. However, it was what happened during the play that could be dire to the Angels more »

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Mike Trout Makes Possibly The Catch Of His Career

ANAHEIM – The baseball world is buzzing, and it’s all compliments of the games finest player. Yes, Mike Trout, did something astonishing again. The 2015 highlight reel for the 24-year-old phenom is stacked with multitudes of content. His home run in his first at bat of the season for the second consecutive year. His home run in the All-Star Game that led more »

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Johnny Giavotella’s Return Highlights Angels 8-4 Victory Over Mariners

ANAHEIM – Two things bring drama to the baseball field, September and Johnny Giavotella. In Friday night’s affair between the Los Angeles Angels and Seattle Mariners, Giavotella returned to the Angels lineup for the first time in over a month, and brought that dramatic flair with him. The Angels, one and a half games out of a wildcard spot, were in desperate need of more »

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