Angels' Garrett Richards Among Pitchers Using Stem Cell Treatment Over Tommy John SurgeryThanks to the procedure, Richards is poised to start the season on the hill for the Angels and has been throwing 98 MPH fastballs in spring training.
Shoemaker Throws First BP Session In Return From Head InjuryThe Angels pitcher had his season end last September when he was hit in the head by a line drive.
Pujols Expects To Be Ready For Opening Day After Foot SurgeryPujols is likely to play largely as a designated hitter again this season while the Angels minimize his movement until he is fully healthy.
Angels' Pujols Has Foot Surgery, Could Be Sidelined 4 MonthsPujols, who turns 37 next month, batted .268 last year with 31 homers and 119 RBIs, the fourth-most in the majors.
Trout Hits Milestone In Angels Season FinaleMike Trout stole his 30th base and drove in his 100th run, and the Los Angeles Angels completed their worst season of the 21st century with an 8-1 victory over the Houston Astros on Sunday.
Houston Has No Problem Beating Angels, 3-0The Angels put two on with two out in the ninth, but Rafael Ortega stranded the runners with a flyball to center field before Ken Giles converted his 15th save.
Marte Homers To Lead Angels Over AstrosMike Trout set a club record with his 114th walk of the season, breaking Tony Phillips' previous Angels record set in 1995.
Calhoun Homers To Help Angels Complete Sweep Of A'sKhris Davis, who played at nearby Cal State Fullerton, hit his 41st home run and his sixth against the Angels this season in the sixth inning, making the score 8-3.
Marte, Nolasco Lead Angels Over A's, 8-1Right-hander Ricky Nolasco (8-14) held the A's to one unearned run in eight innings.
Trout, Pujols Lift Angels Past A's, 2-1Yunel Escobar scored when Ryan Dull bobbled Albert Pujols' weak grounder back to the mound in the eighth inning, and the Los Angeles Angels beat the Oakland Athletics 2-1 Monday night for their fifth victory in six games.
Musgrove, Solo Shots Carry Astros Past Angels 4-1Joe Musgrove pitched seven strong innings, Evan Gattis, Tony Kemp and Tyler White homered, and the Houston Astros beat the Los Angeles Angels 4-1 Sunday to snap a three-game slide and keep their playoff hopes alive.
Angels Score 9 In Last 2 Frames To Beat Astros 10-4Kole Calhoun had three hits and two RBIs, and the Los Angeles Angels scored nine runs in the final two innings to rally for the second straight game in a 10-4 victory over the Houston Astros on Saturday night.