Angels manager Mike Scioscia said Monday that he isn’t worried about possible contract talks becoming a distraction for star center fielder Mike Trout.
Don Baylor is returning to the Los Angeles Angels to be their hitting coach.
Hitting coach Jim Eppard and bench coach Rob Picciolo will not return to the Los Angeles Angels next season.
A report from FOXSports.com Friday stated that the Angels are expected to replace either Scioscia or Dipoto because of continuing “philosophical differences” between the two men.
Angels slugger Albert Pujols returned to Los Angeles on Saturday morning for further testing on his ailing left foot.
Slumping Josh Hamilton has been dropped to seventh in the Angels’ lineup by manager Mike Scioscia for Wednesday night’s game against Seattle.
After a disappointing start to the season, the Los Angeles Angels are heating up. Mike Trout had his 21st multi-hit game, Jason Vargas pitched into the eighth inning and the Los Angeles Angels beat the Kansas City Royals 5-2 on Friday night to extend their winning streak to six games.
The way the Los Angeles Angels have begun this season, an unexpected break in the schedule might not be so bad.
Mike Trout hit his first home run of the season and Josh Hamilton also connected, leading C.J. Wilson and the Los Angeles Angels over the Houston Astros 4-1 Sunday.
The Angels thought enough of left-hander Jason Vargas to deal slugging first baseman and designated hitter Kendrys Morales to the Mariners for him over the offseason with the hopes that Vargas can help stabilize Los Angeles’ rotation.
Zack Greinke had a season-high 13 strikeouts in five innings, and the Angels got home runs from Torii Hunter and Erick Aybar on Tuesday night in a 5-4 victory over the Seattle Mariners that kept Los Angeles two games behind Oakland for the second AL wild card.
Albert Pujols’s MRI test on his right calf and knee revealed no structural damage after he was pulled after hobbling during Wednesday’s night game against the Boston Red Sox.
Major League Baseball has denied the Los Angeles Angels’ protest of their extra-inning loss at the Chicago White Sox last week, although it still hasn’t convinced manager Mike Scioscia the call was correct.
The final inning of the Angels’ second straight nonplayoff season was a stunningly apt microcosm of the last two years, right down to the identity of the guy who handed Los Angeles its last loss.
Jered Weaver has dropped his appeal of a six-game suspension, and the Los Angeles Angels ace will miss an upcoming series against the New York Yankees.