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
Angels Pitcher Noe Ramirez Suspended For Throwing Pitch Near Head Of Astros Player Angels pitcher Noe Ramirez suspended three games for throwing a pitch near the head of Houston Astros player Jake Marisnick during the sixth inning of Tuesday night's game at Angel Stadium.
Angels Honor Tyler Skaggs, Throw Combined No-Hitter In First Home Game Since DeathTonight, the Angels played for Tyler Skaggs. The team donned special number 45 jerseys for their first home game since the 27-year-old's passing in a Southlake hotel room and held a 45-second moment of silence before the start of the game.
Angels Play First Game Since Death Of Pitcher Tyler SkaggsThe Los Angeles Angels took the field Tuesday evening with heavy hearts, just hours after the death of pitcher Tyler Skaggs.
Bees Send Rangers Pitcher Running, Empties Out Seats At Angel StadiumThe Angels might consider adopting the bee as a second mascot after a swarm caused a delay at Sunday’s game against the Texas Rangers.
Report: Angels In Talks About Potential Move To Long BeachThe Los Angeles Angels are reportedly in talks with Long Beach about a possible move.
Former Angels Infielder Luis Valbuena Killed In Venezuelan Car CrashFormer Major League Baseball players Luis Valbuena and Jose Castillo were killed in a car accident Thursday night in Venezuela.