Report: Angels' Albert Pujols Paying Team's Staff Members In Dominican RepublicThe Angels first baseman has stepped in to pay the salaries of the team's employees at its academy in the Dominican Republic after much of the staff was furloughed.
Report: LA Angels Set To Furlough Majority Of Minor League Employees Starting June 1stThe club will reportedly furlough much of their non-playing minor league operation beginning next month.
Angels Fire Longtime Clubhouse Manager For Allegedly Doctoring Baseballs For Opposing PitchersBrian "Bubba" Harkins was fired Tuesday while the Angels are in Arizona for spring training. He has worked at Angel Stadium for most of the past four decades.
Justin Turner Responds To MLB Commissioner Calling World Series Trophy 'A Piece Of Metal'Dodgers and Angels players are reporting for spring training, but they’re not staying quiet about the Houston Astros’ sign-stealing scandal.
Angels To Wear OCC Hats In Tribute To Coach AltobelliIn a Facebook post, the team announced it would wear Orange Coast College hats for the opening split squad games of Cactus League play on Feb. 22.
Angels, Anthony Rendon Agree To $245M, 7-Year ContractThe Los Angeles Angels have agreed to a agree to $245 million, seven-year contract with third baseman Anthony Rendon.
LA Angels Fire Brad Ausmus After Team's Worst Season In 20 YearsAusmus was let go after leading the Angels to a 72-90 record, the team's worst since 1999.
Angels' Shohei Ohtani To Undergo Season-Ending Knee SurgeryRecovery time for Ohtani's left knee will be approximately eight to 12 weeks, the team said.
MLB Releases 2020 Schedules, Angels Open Season On The RoadThe Los Angeles Angels will begin the 2020 season March 26 in Minute Maid Park against the Houston Astros, according to the preliminary schedule released Monday by Major League Baseball.
Teammates, Family, Friends Mourn Angels Pitcher Tyler Skaggs At Santa Monica FuneralA private funeral was underway in Santa Monica for Angels pitcher Tyler Skaggs Monday.
Angels Officially Release Former All-Star Matt HarveyThe former ace and all-star is now free to sign with any other MLB team