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Angels Keep Playoff Hopes Alive with 9th-inning Comeback

In what was perhaps the most exciting back and forth game of the 2015 season, the Angels were able to keep their playoff hopes alive with a come from behind, 11-10 victory over the Texas Rangers. The Angels currently sit just a half game back of the Houston Astros for the second wild card slot. They await the Astros result agains the Diamondbacks tonight. The Rangers, who have already...
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David Freese on Angels' comeback to keep hope alive

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Halo Headlines: Angels out of division race, Scioscia sticks to late-game subs

The October 2, 2015 edition of Los Angeles Angels news includes the club being eliminated from AL West contention, Mike Scioscia defending to his defensive-replacement schemes, and more… The Story: Angels eliminated in AL West race MWAH Says: Given how poorly August went, it’s impressive the Angels hung on to their hopes of being repeat division champs as long as they did....
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That time Mike Scioscia sat on his hands

In the middle of the season, it's just another at-bat. It's the fifth inning and the Angels' young starting pitcher, a pretty hot prospect actually, had struggled to locate his pitches in the fourth. But he'd escaped the jam and his team was still ahead 1-0. But now it's the fifth and the left-handed rookie is struggling again. He's given up a single and a walk and a double and another...
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Halo Headlines: Grant Green DFA’d, Newcomb earns more accolades

The October 1, 2015 edition of Los Angeles Angels news includes the end of Grant Green’s tenure in Anaheim, Sean Newcomb earning some top-prospect honors, and more… The Story: Angels DFA Grant Green, add Jo-Jo Reyes to roster MWAH Says: Green’s departure isn’t really much of a surprise. He hadn’t appeared in a single September game despite Johnny Giavotella being out...
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Grant Green thanks Angels fans for support after being DFA'd

The Los Angeles Angels had to make a roster move on Wednesday to facilitate the addition of pitcher Jo-Jo Reyes, and infielder Grant Green was the odd man out.  Green was designated for assignment to free up space on the 40-man roster for Reyes, likely bringing an end to his short tenure in Anaheim. Acquired from the Oakland Athletics in the 2013 trade that sent Alberto Callaspo...
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Halo Headlines: Joe Smith returns, Moreno valued at $1.8 billion

The September 30, 2015 of Los Angeles Angels news includes Joe Smith returning to the bullpen, Arte Moreno being valued at $1.8 billion, and more… The Story: Joe Smith to return to bullpen Wednesday MWAH Says: Well that recovery sure progressed quickly. When Smith sprained his ankle 11 days ago, the best-case scenario seemed to be a return for maybe the final one or two games...
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Mike Trout's Top 5 Home Run-Stealing Catches

Mike Trout, centerfielder for the Los Angeles Angels, is a four-time All-Star and Silver Slugger Award winner. He was the 2014 American League MVP and Rookie of the Year in
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HIGHLIGHTS: Albert Pujols powers Angels past A's

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Angels' Smith confident he'll conquer 'cranky' ankle and return soon

The recent losses of both closer Huston Street and setup man Joe Smith came at a bad time for the Los Angeles Angels, though one of the two might be coming back sooner than expected. While Street's groin strain (called 'devastating' by teammate Mike Trout) will likely keep him out for the rest of the season, Smith told's Alden Gonzalez on Monday that he's progressing quickly...
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WATCH: Mike Trout climbs wall for spectacular catch

    Mike Trout may not get a ton of love from the fancy defensive metrics, but with catches like this, it’s hard to see him as anything other than a stellar center fielder. The Angels’ MVP candidate robbed the Mariners’ Miguel Montero of a 3-run home run during the top of the fourth inning in Saturday’s game against Seattle with an absolutely spectacular catch: ...
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Mike Trout scales fence to rob Jesus Montero of homer

There’s not much that one can say about this Mike Trout catch to rob Jesus Montero of a homer aside from “wow”. .@MikeTrout gives us one to admire for ages: #Angels — Angels (@Angels) September 27, 2015 Mike Trout – good at baseball. Still. The post Mike Trout scales fence to rob Jesus Montero of homer appeared first...
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WATCH: Pujols asked for baseball after ending hitless streak

    Albert Pujols is a surefire Hall of Famer when his playing days are over, having piled up numerous accolades and accomplishments along the way. However, on Saturday, he requested a baseball as a memento for a dubious distinction. Heading into the fourth inning the Angels’ game against the Twins, Pujols had gone hitless in 25 consecutive at-bats, the longest such streak...
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Jered Weaver, Kyle Seager in war of words

    Jered Weaver and Kyle Seager took their beef from the field to print on Thursday, a day after Weaver was tossed for hitting the Mariners third baseman with a pitch. Weaver hit Seager with a pitch after getting upset with the Seattle infielder for calling timeout while in the box during the fifth inning of Wednesday’s 3-1 victory for the Mariners. Weaver was immediately...
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Kyle Seager taunted Jered Weaver into hitting him, getting ejected

Kyle Seager masterfully trolled Jered Weaver on Wednesday night at Safeco Field. Seager was in the box in the fifth inning, continually adjusting himself in the batter’s box, asking for time, and jawing with Weaver in the process. Then Weaver hit him in the arm and was ejected. In the grand scheme of things, Weaver’s ejection didn’t matter – the Angels were already losing...
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17 days ago  |  Discuss

Fantex selling stock in Andrew Heaney's future earnings

Fans of Major League Baseball have long held an emotional investment in favorite players and teams, spending time and money on the sport and receiving widely varying emotional returns depending on results. If Fantex and Los Angeles Angels starter Andrew Heaney get their way, fans and investors will soon be able to invest in the future earnings of the Angels left-hander. Heaney and...
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20 days ago  |  Discuss

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