Trout Goes 5-For-5, Homers Twice; Angels Pound White Sox, 12-3Trout's 5-for-5 performance matched his career high for hits in a game and raised his batting average to .314.
Ohtani, Simmons Home Runs Help Angels Beat White Sox, 5-2Ohtani, in the lineup as the designated hitter, has four homers in his last three games.
Verlander Handles Angels, 8-3The Angels have lost five consecutive games.
Rangers Rain Down On The Angels, 4-2Shohei Ohtani doubled and scored the run that put the Angels up 2-1 in the fourth inning.
Angels Can't Overcome Rangers Scoring 5 In Second Inning, Lose 6-4Andrelton Simmons hit a two-run homer, his eighth, that got the Angels within 5-4 in the sixth.
Cleveland Hangs On To Beat The Angels, 4-3Deck McGuire was called up from Triple-A Salt Lake to start in place of the injured Tyler Skaggs.
Rays Out-Slug The Angels, 7-2Tropeano (4-6) gave up four runs on seven hits and four walks in 5 2/3 innings.
Mariners Score 7 In First Inning To Down Angels, 8-5Albert Pujols had an RBI single in the seventh inning, for his 3,063rd career hit.
Angels Overcome 3-Run Deficit To Beat Mariners, 9-3Kole Calhoun and Albert Pujols both homered to lift a Los Angeles offense that needed a boost. The Angels have won three of their past four games.
Angels Score 5 In Eighth Inning To Pluck Orioles, 6-2Mike Scioscia is the sixth manager in major league history to manage 3,000 games with one team.
Trout, Maldonado Homers Help Angels Pound Orioles 7-1Baltimore owns the worst record in the majors (23-58), and is playing at a pace to lose 116 games.
Angels Hang On To Beat The Blue Jays, 2-1The Angels got on the scoreboard with a two-run first inning, giving Andrew Heaney all the support he would need.
Tigers Pounce All Over The Angels, 9-3Mike Trout hit his major league-leading 18th homer for the Angels in the ninth.
Tanaka, Yankees Cruise To Victory Over Angels, 3-1Aroldis Chapman walked Shohei Ohtani to begin the ninth, but struck out a pair to earn his 10th save.
Trout's First-Ever 5-Hit Game Helps Angels Crush Bronx Bombers, 11-4Trout went deep for the third straight game to tie Boston's Mookie Betts for the big league lead with 17 home runs.