On September 4, Los Angeles Angels pitcher Matt Shoemaker was hit in the head by a 105mph line drive. Thankfully, after suffering a small skull fracture and a hematoma, he’s now healed and baseball ready (though since he plays for the Angels, he’ll have…Share Tweet
Ziegler, Carew earn Bob Feller Act of Valor honorsMLB.com Oct 5Boston Red Sox reliever Brad Ziegler and former Minnesota Twins and California Angels great Rod Carew are the 2016 Bob Feller Act of Valor Award honorees, the Bob Feller Act of Valor Award Foundation announced Wednesday.Share Tweetyahoo.com Oct 3C.J. Wilson didn’t throw a single pitch in the major leagues this year. But he got paid just like he did. C.J. Wilson's contract with the Angels is complete. This season he made $20 million in base salary and didn't throw a pitch in a game. — Greg Beach…Share Tweet
Springer appears in all 162 games this seasonMLB.com Oct 2Outfielder George Springer became the first Astros player since Carlos Lee in 2007 to appear in 162 games in a season when he led off Sunday against the Angels with an infield single. Springer, who was replaced by a pinch-runner, paced the Majors with 7…Share TweetJose Altuve regained the Major League lead in hits and Collin McHugh ended his season with 7 2/3 shutout innings as the Astros blanked the Angels, 3-0, on Saturday night to even the three-game series at Angel Stadium.Share Tweet
Marte Homers to Lead Angels Over Astrosnytimes.com Oct 1Daniel Wright didn't think getting his first major league win would take quite as long as it did, but it was worth the wait.Share Tweet
Trout leaves game after hit by pitchMLB.com Sep 29Angels outfielder Mike Trout left Wednesday's game against the A's in the eighth inning after he was hit behind the left shoulder by a pitch from Oakland reliever John Axford.Share TweetThe Los Angeles Angels saw one of their future stars make strides but may have lost their biggest star for the last days of the season, as Mike Trout exited the game after taking a fastball to the shoulder.Share TweetMLB.com Sep 28Jefry Marte broke open Tuesday's victory over the A's with his first career grand slam, as the Angels rolled to a lopsided win.Share Tweet
Marte, Nolasco Lead Angels Over A's 8-1nytimes.com Sep 28Rookie Jefry Marte hit his first career grand slam in a seven-run fourth inning Tuesday night and the Los Angeles Angels beat the Oakland Athletics 8-1.Share Tweet
Trout goes deep as Angels top A'sMLB.com Sep 27Albert Pujols knocked in the go-ahead run in the eighth and Mike Trout had two hits, including his 29th home run. Pitcher Jered Weaver retired the first 14 hitters he faced before departing with lower back tightness. Oakland pitcher Sean Manaea allowed …Share Tweet
Jered Weaver Contemplates Future After Angels Beat A's 2-1nytimes.com Sep 27If Jered Weaver is in his final week with the Los Angeles Angels, the veteran right-hander will try to finish his 11 seasons the right way.Share Tweetnytimes.com Sep 25Joe Musgrove pitched seven strong innings, Evan Gattis, Tony Kemp and Tyler White homered, and the Houston Astros beat the Los Angeles Angels 4-1 Sunday to snap a three-game slide and keep their playoff hopes alive.Share TweetAt the end of a disappointing season, Mike Trout and the Los Angeles Angels are having a little fun this weekend in Houston.Share TweetMLB.com Sep 24Astros closer Ken Giles was unavailable to pitch Saturday after being struck on the right wrist by a line drive during batting practice prior to a game against the Angels. He was diagnosed with a right wrist contusion after X-rays came up negative, the …Share TweetThe American League West championship is officially out of reach for the Houston Astros. Without a strong finish, a potential wild card spot will slip through their fingers too. Fortunately for them, they’re set up to gain ground against an opponent the…Share Tweetnytimes.com Sep 24Already eliminated from playoff contention, the Los Angeles Angels quite enjoy playing spoiler.Share Tweet
Astros Lose Ground in Wild Card With 2-0 Loss to Angelsnytimes.com Sep 22The Houston Astros don't have enough time for their bats to go quiet like they did Thursday night.Share TweetMLB.com Sep 22With the Wild Card race as tight as it is, the Astros can't afford many more nights like Thursday's 2-0 loss to the Angels if they want a shot at playing meaningful baseball in October.Share TweetMLB.com Sep 22Thanks to the Angels and the Astros, the Rangers will have to wait until they get to Oakland before they get another chance to clinch the American League West. The Angels bested the Rangers, 5-4, in a night game at Globe Life Park after the Astros defea…Share Tweet
Richards' Road To RecoveryMar 8Eric Karabell and Stephania Bell discuss the timetable for Angels pitcher Garrett Richards to return from a knee injury and what to his rehabilitation has involved to get back to the mound.
Rob Manfred's Choice: The Josh Hamilton Ethical NightmareMar 5Major League Baseball has a choice: Help Josh Hamilton by sending him to rehab, or give the Angels' owners 25 million dollars.
How Mike Trout Can Get Even BetterFeb 26Aaron Boone and Tim Kurkjian look at the ways that reigning MVP Mike Trout can get even better this season.
Trout Wishes The Best For HamiltonFeb 26Angels outfielder Mike Trout shares his thoughts on Josh Hamilton, who met with MLB officials on Wednesday about a disciplinary issue.