Angels Insiders: Marte, Lincecum, Pujols, Gubby, All-Star Voting

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2016 © Angels Baseball LP. All Rights Reserved

Jefry Marte has emerged as a young force in the Angels lineup this season, and has provided much needed depth the organization has been lacking from the minor league level. Acquired during the offseason in a small trade with the Detroit Tigers, Marte, 25, has pushed himself into a utility role that at times has made him a candidate to start every day should a position player go down with an injury. The former number 94 top prospect by Baseball America in 2009 was born in the Dominican Republic, and was signed as an amateur free agent in 2007, at the age of 16, by the New York Mets. However, Marte has struggled to rise the ranks, until now.

With a .264 / .289 / .486 slash line, and a .776 OPS, his future may finally be set with the Halos. A few more walks could be added to raise that on base percentage, but that would only bring his OPS over .800, which would only make this kid a worthy replacement for anyone who could possibly be traded by the upcoming deadline.

And to strengthen Marte’s case, Marte provided the Angels with a two RBI’s and the walk-off win to close out Sunday’s comeback 7-6 victory against the Oakland A’s!

So far, Jefry Marte is proof that depth doesn’t just come in the form of prospects in your own system. If all goes well, the Angels may have capitalized on yet another struggling prospect, and continued fulfilling it’s reputation for maximizing value out of such players.

Oh, and here’s Marte’s ice bath initiation!

 

Here’s more from around the Big A:

  • Tim Lincecum has made two starts for the Angels, both against Oakland, That may not be such a good thing since the A’s were able to make immediate adjustments from game to game. Timmy threw seven shutout innings against the White Shoes in his first start, but managed only three innings in his last outing, averaging to a 5.00 ERA. The Freak will finally get a shake up as he starts this week against the red hot Houston Astros.
  • Albert Pujols is now sitting alone at eleventh on the all-time homerun list!

  • Mark Gubicza sported an elf suit for Christmas in June at the Big A!

  • Here’s a big surprise,,,

Angels 2016 Draft Results and Signings!

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Welcome to the LA Angels Insider 2016 Draft Tracker. All picks are listed by round, with schools included. We will be updating this post as each player is signed, or opts not to sign. Here are the latest results:

1 (16th overall) — Matt Thaiss, C, Virginia

  • Signed June 16, 2016

2 — Brandon Marsh, OF, Buford (Georgia) HS

3 — Nonie Williams, SS, Home-schooled (Kan.)

4 — Chris Rodriguez, RHP, Monsignor Edward Pace HS (Miami Gardens, Fla.)

  • Signed June 20, 2016

5 — Connor Justus, SS, Georgia Tech

6 — Cole Duensing, RHP, Blue Valley Northwest HS (Overland Park, Kan.)

7 — Jordan Zimmerman, 2B, Michigan State

8 — Troy Montgomery, CF, Ohio State

  • Signed June 16, 2016

9 — Michael Barash, C, Texas A&M

  • Signed June 17, 2016

10 — Andrew Vinson, RHP, Texas A&M

  • Signed June 17, 2016

11 — Brennon Lund, CF, BYU

12 — Bo Tucker, LHP, Georgia

13 — Anthony Molina, RHP, West Broward HS (Pembroke Pines, Fla.)

14 — Francisco Del Valle, OF, Puerto Rico BB Academy (Santa Isabel, Puerto Rico)

15 — Mike Kaelin, RHP, Buffalo

  • Signed June 17, 2016

16 — Keith Grieshaber, SS, Jefferson

  • Signed June 20, 2016

17 — Zach Gibbons, OF, Arizona

18 — David Oppenheim, LF, Southern Cal

19 — Cody Ramer, SS, Arizona

20 — Jack Kruger, C, Mississippi State

21 — LJ Kalawaia, RF, UNC Greensboro

22 — Troy Rallings, RHP, Washington

23 — Torii Hunter, CF, Notre Dame

24 — Brennan Morgan, C, Kennesaw State

25 — Cameron Williams, OF, Howard

  • Signed June 20, 2016

26 — Derek Jenkins, CF, Seton Hall

  • Signed June 20, 2016

27 — Gregory Belton, RHP, Sam Houston State

28 — David Hamilton, SS, San Marcos (Texas) HS

29 — Blake Smith, RHP, West Virginia

30 — Robbie Peto, RHP, Monroe Township (NJ) HS

31 — Johnny Morell, RHP, Basha HS (Chandler, Ariz.)

  • Signed June 20, 2016

32 — Doug Willey, RHP, Arkansas

33 — Justin Kelly, LHP, UC Santa Barbara

34 — Justin Nielsen, LHP, Illinois

  • Signed June 20, 2016

35 — Sean Issac, RHP, Vanguard

  • Signed June 20, 2016

36 — Jose Rojas, SS, Vanguard

37 — John Schuknecht, RF, Cal Poly

  • Signed June 20, 2016

38 — Tyler Bates, CF, East Texas Baptist

  • Signed June 20, 2016

39 — Richard Fecteau, 2B, Salem State

  • Signed June 20, 2016

40 — Brad Anderson, 1B, Pepperdine

  • Signed June 20, 2016

 

LA Angels Insider will be updating this post as new draftees sign with the club.

Angels Insiders: Lincecum, Lincecum, and More Lincecum

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The time has come! Tim Linceum is an Angel and he will be inserted into the starting rotation on Saturday against the Oakland A’s. We’ve been waiting a couple months for this to happen.

Although Timmy is about a week late making his debut, he’s definitely ready. After a shaky outing in which he gave up four earned runs in five innings, birthday boy (yes, he just turned 32 on Thursday) pitched seven innings of one-hit ball in his final start for the Salt Lake Bees!

If the former multiple Cy Young Award winner can give the Halos at least an ERA in high 3.00’s, we at LA Angels Insider will be happy. Not only that, this could be a great opportunity to get a revived frontline starting pitcher back into the rotation.

Because although it could be too late for this season, this could serve as an audition for an extension to help regroup for 2017, a big trade for prospects at the trade deadline, or a bigger contract with another team this offseason. Who knows? But as of right now, this is exciting!

Here’s more on the arrival of The Freak!

    • There’s a lot of love to go around for Tim Lincecum. Angels fans are as excited as they’ve been in a long time. Here’s the founder of AngelsWin.com announcing his trip to Oakland!

    • Look what we found! It’s video footage of Tim’s showcase!
    • And here’s some footage of Tim pitching for the Salt Lake Bees against the Fresno Grizzlies!
    • Here’s Timmy’s first interview as an Angel!

 

  • And here’s a couple of special little Father’s Day clips from Angels Weekly!

 

We will be adding more videos as we find them! GO ANGELS!

 

 

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2016 Game 77: Astros at Angels

6-27-16

Houston Astros (39-37, 2nd AL West) at Los Angeles Angels (32-44, 5th AL West)

Angel Stadium of Anaheim

Angel Stadium-night

Weather Forecast @ 1st Pitch: Partly Cloudy, 80F, Wind SW 8mph

Pitching Matchup

Collin McHugh (5-5, 4.70 ERA)

Collin McHugh delivers a pitch during a game against the St. Louis Cardinals at Busch Stadium on June 15, 2016 (Dilip Vishwanat/Getty Images)

Collin McHugh delivers a pitch during a game against the St. Louis Cardinals at Busch Stadium on June 15, 2016 (Dilip Vishwanat/Getty Images)

McHugh will be making his second consecutive start against the Angels as the Angels were in Houston for a 3-game set last Monday-Wednesday. McHugh faced the Angels Tuesday and held them to 2 runs on 5 hits in 7 innings, but took a no-decision in a game the Astros won 3-2.

~VS~

Matt Shoemaker (3-8, 4.43 ERA)

Matt Shoemaker delivers a pitch during a game against the Cleveland Indians at Angel Stadium on June 11, 2016 (Stephen Dunn/Getty Images)

Matt Shoemaker delivers a pitch during a game against the Cleveland Indians at Angel Stadium on June 11, 2016 (Stephen Dunn/Getty Images)

Much like McHugh, Shoemaker faced the Astros in his last start during the 3-game set at Minute Maid Park last week. Shoemaker’s start was Wednesday and in that start he held the Astros to 3 runs on 8 hits over 7 1/3 innings, but took the loss in a game the Angels lost 3-2. Shoemaker has lowered his season ERA from 8.49 to 4.43 over his last 7 starts, but has only picked up one win over that stretch.

Game Notes

  • Angels slugger Mike Trout is baseball’s active leader in consecutive games started at 138, and the Astros’ Jose Altuve is baseball’s active leader in consecutive games played at 167. Houston manager A.J. Hinch hinted on Sunday that Altuve might get a day off during this series.
  • Seven of Albert Pujols‘ last 20 hits against the Astros have been home runs. His 52 homers against the Astros in the regular season are the most all-time against Houston by any player. Pujols got most of those when he was in the National League Central with the Cardinals.
  • Altuve’s fourth-inning single on Sunday pushed his streak of reaching base safely to 29 consecutive games, the longest current streak in baseball. That ties a career record for Altuve, who reached base in 29 games in a row Aug. 1-Sept. 1, 2015. Altuve has hit safely in 16 of his last 17 games in Anaheim, batting .388.

Starting Lineups

Houston

  1. RF-George Springer – .261
  2. 3B-Luis Valbuena – .254
  3. 2B-Jose Altuve – .347
  4. SS-Carlos Correa – .261
  5. LF-Colby Rasmus – .246
  6. 1B-A.J. Reed – .000
  7. CF-Carlos Gomez – .219
  8. DH-Evan Gattis – .219
  9. C-Jason Castro – .217

Angels

  1. RF-Kole Calhoun – .290
  2. CF-Mike Trout – .313
  3. DH-Albert Pujols – .239
  4. 1B-C.J. Cron – .261
  5. 2B-Johnny Giavotella – .278
  6. 3B-Jefry Marte – .264
  7. LF-Daniel Nava – .203
  8. C-Jett Bandy – .293
  9. SS-Andrelton Simmons – .232

2017 First-Year Player Draft Order

  1. Minnesota: 24-51 (.320)
  2. Atlanta: 26-49 (.347)
  3. Cincinnati: 29-47 (.382)
  4. Philadelphia: 32-45 (.416)
  5. Tampa Bay: 31-43 (.419)
  6. Angels: 32-44 (.421)
  7. Oakland: 32-43 (.427)
  8. San Diego: 33-44 (.429)
  9. Milwaukee: 34-41 (.453)
  10. Arizona: 36-42 (.462)

2016 Game 76: A’s at Angels

6-26-16

GAME INFORMATION

Oakland Athletics (32-42, 4th AL West) at Los Angeles Angels (31-44, 5th AL West)

Angel Stadium of Anaheim

Angel Stadium-day

Weather Forecast @ 1st Pitch: Sunny, 85F, Wind SW 7mph

 

Pitching Matchup

Sonny Gray (3-6, 5.20 ERA)

Sonny Gray delivers a pitch during a game against the Cincinnati Reds at Great American Ballpark on June 10, 2016 (Joe Robbins/Getty Images)

Sonny Gray delivers a pitch during a game against the Cincinnati Reds at Great American Ballpark on June 10, 2016 (Joe Robbins/Getty Images)

Gray’s numbers are certainly not what we’ve come to expect over the course of his young but brilliant career so far, but that’s because he’s been struggling with a strained trapezius muscle and even went on the DL for a time. The month of May was a real struggle for Gray as he went 0-3 with a 9.61 ERA over 4 starts during the month. Both he & manager Bob Melvin feel he’s throwing the ball much better now, and he showed that in his last outing against Milwaukee as he held the Brewers to 2 runs on 7 hits in 6 innings, but took a no-decision in a game the A’s won 5-3.

~VS~

Hector Santiago (4-4, 4.99 ERA)

Hector Santiago delivers a pitch during a game against the Minnesota Twins at Angel Stadium on June 15, 2016 (Sean M. Haffey/Getty Images)

Hector Santiago delivers a pitch during a game against the Minnesota Twins at Angel Stadium on June 15, 2016 (Sean M. Haffey/Getty Images)

Santiago has been been pitching better lately having posted quality starts in both of his last two outings after posting a 12.18 ERA over a 5-start stretch from May 20 to June 10. In his last outing Tuesday in Houston he pitched quite well, holding the Astros to just 1 run on 3 hits over 6 1/3 innings, but he took a no-decision as the Angels dropped the game 3-2.

Game Notes

  • Gray is 2-0 with a 1.52 ERA in four career appearances at Angel Stadium.
  • Santiago is 3-3 with a 3.34 ERA lifetime against the A’s in 12 appearances (10 starts).
  • A’s third baseman Danny Valencia is 7-for-17 (.412) lifetime against Santiago with two doubles, two RBIs and two walks.

Starting Lineups

Oakland

  1. CF-Coco Crisp – .236
  2. SS-Marcus Semien – .245
  3. 3B-Danny Valencia – .333
  4. LF-Khris Davis – .247
  5. DH-Billy Butler – .248
  6. RF-Jake Smolinski – .296
  7. C-Josh Phegley – .273
  8. 1B-Yonder Alonso – .246
  9. 2B-Arismendy Alcantara – .250

Angels

  1. RF-Kole Calhoun – .292
  2. CF-Mike Trout – .308
  3. DH-Albert Pujols – .233
  4. 1B-C.J. Cron – .258
  5. 2B-Johnny Giavotella – .277
  6. 3B-Jefry Marte – .265
  7. LF-Daniel Nava – .213
  8. C-Carlos Perez – .186
  9. SS-Andrelton Simmons – .223

2017 First-Year Player Draft Order

  1. Minnesota: 23-51 (.311)
  2. Atlanta: 25-49 (.338) – 2 GA
  3. Cincinnati: 28-47 (.373) – 4.5 GA
  4. Angels: 31-44 (.413) – 7.5 GA
  5. Philadelphia: 32-44 (.421) – 8 GA

2016 Game 75: A’s at Angels

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GAME PREVIEW by Cory Kamerschak

2016 Game 74: A’s at Angels

6-24-16

 

GAME INFORMATION

Oakland Athletics (30-42, 5th AL West) at Los Angeles Angels (31-42, 4th AL West)

Angel Stadium of Anaheim

Angel Stadium-night

Weather Forecast @ 1st Pitch: Sunny, 82F, Wind WSW 14mph

Pitching Matchup

Eric Surkamp (0-5, 7.20 ERA)

Eric Surkamp delivers a pitch during a game against the Boston Red Sox at Fenway Park on May 11, 2016 (Adam Glanzman/Getty Images)

Eric Surkamp delivers a pitch during a game against the Boston Red Sox at Fenway Park on May 11, 2016 (Adam Glanzman/Getty Images)

Surkamp has struggled mightly this season, finding himself bouncing to and from Triple-A on multiple occasions this season. In 8 big league starts he’s had trouble both going deep into games and avoiding big innings, and has given up 7 home runs in his 8 starts. While he was able to post a quality start against the Angels on Sunday giving up just the 2 runs on 6 hits in 6 innings, he was on the wrong end of Jered Weaver‘s complete game gem and he and the A’s took the 2-0 loss.

~VS~

Jered Weaver (6-6, 5.10 ERA)

Jered Weaver delivers a pitch during a game against the Minnesota Twins at Angel Stadium on June 13, 2016 (Jayme Kamin-Oncea/Getty Images)

Jered Weaver delivers a pitch during a game against the Minnesota Twins at Angel Stadium on June 13, 2016 (Jayme Kamin-Oncea/Getty Images)

Weaver has certainly struggled with inconsistency and fastball velocity all season, but he’s coming off his best start since his no-hitter in 2012. That start was Sunday in Oakland against Surkamp and the A’s and he tossed a complete game 3-hitter to take the victory in a game the Angels won 2-0.

Game Notes

  • Weaver has enjoyed success against the A’s in his career, going 14-11 with a 2.62 ERA. His ERA against Oakland is the second-lowest of any pitcher with more than 200 innings against them since the team moved in 1968, trailing only Luis Tiant (2.37 ERA).
  • A’s leadoff hitter Coco Crisp is 12-for-66 (.182) in his career against Weaver, with four doubles, one RBI and 12 strikeouts.
  • Angels center fielder Mike Trout has started 135 consecutive games, the longest active streak in the Majors.

Starting Lineups

Oakland

  1. CF-Billy Burns – .241
  2. 2B-Jed Lowrie – .289
  3. C-Stephen Vogt – .265
  4. 3B-Danny Valencia – .328
  5. LF-Khris Davis – .239
  6. DH-Billy Butler – .257
  7. 1B-Yonder Alonso – .245
  8. SS-Marcus Semien – .236
  9. RF-Max Muncy – .250

Angels

  1. 2B-Johnny Giavotella – .272
  2. RF-Kole Calhoun – .288
  3. CF-Mike Trout – .300
  4. DH-Albert Pujols – .230
  5. 1B-C.J. Cron – .262
  6. 3B-Jefry Marte – .288
  7. C-Jett Bandy – .323
  8. SS-Andrelton Simmons – .213
  9. LF-Shane Robinson – .255

AL West Standings

  1. Texas: 47-26 (.644)
  2. Houston: 37-36 (.507) – 10 GB
  3. Seattle: 36-37 (.493) – 11 GB
  4. Angels: 31-42 (.425) – 16 GB
  5. Oakland: 30-42 (.417) – 16.5 GB

Other AL West Matchups

  • Boston @ Texas – 5:05pm PT
  • Houston @ Kansas City – 5:15pm PT
  • St. Louis @ Seattle: 7:10pm PT

2016 Game 73: A’s at Angels

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2016 Game 72: Angels at Astros

6-22-16

Los Angeles Angels (31-40, 4th AL West) at Houston Astros (36-36, 3rd AL West)

Minute Maid Park – Houston, TX

Minute Maid Park-day

Weather Forecast @ 1st Pitch: Cloudy, 88F, Wind S 7mph

Pitching Matchup

Matt Shoemaker (3-7, 4.50 ERA)

Matt Shoemaker delivers a pitch during a game against the Oakland A's at Oakland Coliseum on June 17, 2016 (Jason O. Watson/Getty Images)

Matt Shoemaker delivers a pitch during a game against the Oakland A’s at Oakland Coliseum on June 17, 2016 (Jason O. Watson/Getty Images)

After a troubling start to his season, Shoemaker has been able to turn things around and is in the midst of one of the more dominant runs of his career. Over his last 6 starts he’s pitched to a 1.83 ERA, but unfortunately the team has given him more than 2 runs of support only twice during that span, so he is 2-4 during the span. His last start Friday in Oakland was another beauty as he held the A’s to 1 run on 2 hits over 6 innings, but took a no-decision as the Angels dropped the game 3-2.

~VS~

Lance McCullers (3-2, 4.24 ERA)

Lance McCullers delivers a pitch during a game against the Baltimore Orioles at Minute Maid Park on May 26, 2016 (Bob Levey/Getty Images)

Lance McCullers delivers a pitch during a game against the Baltimore Orioles at Minute Maid Park on May 26, 2016 (Bob Levey/Getty Images)

While McCullers has had an up & down season, he’s pitched well at home. He is 2-1 with a 2.55 ERA in 4 starts at Minute Maid Park this season. His last start Friday against Cincinnati was another good one at home as he held the Reds to 2 runs on 8 hits over 6 2/3 innings, but took a no-decision as the Astros dropped the game 4-2.

Game Notes

  • Albert Pujols was out of the game Tuesday because of a left hamstring injury he sustained while beating out a double play against Oakland Sunday. Mike Scioscia called Tuesday a “recharge day,” but wouldn’t say if Pujols would return to the lineup Wednesday.
  • Colby Rasmus is likely to return to the lineup Wednesday after sitting out Tuesday’s game. He went 3-for-5 with an RBI on Monday and is hitting .364 during the Astros’ homestand.
  • Regardless of Wednesday’s outcome, these teams won’t have to wait long to see each other again. The Astros and Angels meet in Anaheim for another three-game series next week (starting Monday, June 27).

Starting Lineups

Angels

  1. 3B-Yunel Escobar – .309
  2. RF-Kole Calhoun – .286
  3. DH-Mike Trout – .301
  4. 1B-C.J. Cron – .265
  5. LF-Jefry Marte – .315
  6. 2B-Johnny Giavotella – .273
  7. SS-Andrelton Simmons – .211
  8. C-Jett Bandy – .250
  9. CF-Shane Robinson – .233

Houston

  1. DH-George Springer – .259
  2. 1B-Marwin Gonzalez – .259
  3. 2B-Jose Altuve – .342
  4. SS-Carlos Correa – .263
  5. RF-Colby Rasmus – .233
  6. 3B-Luis Valbuena – .253
  7. CF-Carlos Gomez – .220
  8. C-Jason Castro – .206
  9. LF-Tony Kemp – .205

AL West Standings

  1. Texas: 46-26 (.639)
  2. Seattle: 36-35 (.507) – 9.5 GB
  3. Houston: 36-36 (.500) – 10 GB
  4. Angels: 31-40 (.437) – 14.5 GB
  5. Oakland: 29-41 (.414) – 16 GB

Other AL West Matchups

  • Milwaukee @ Oakland – 12:35pm PT
  • Seattle @ Detroit – 4:10pm PT
  • Cincinnati @ Texas – 5:05pm PT

2016 Game 71: Angels at Astros

6-21-16

Los Angeles Angels (31-39, 4th AL West) at Houston Astros (35-36, 3rd AL West)

Minute Maid Park – Houston, TX

Minute Maid Park-night

Weather Forecast @ 1st Pitch: Cloudy, 79F, Wind SSW 8mph

Pitching Matchup

Hector Santiago (4-4, 5.30 ERA)

Hector Santiago delivers a pitch during a game against the Pittsburgh Pirates at PNC Park on June 5, 2016 (Justin Berl/Getty Images)

Hector Santiago delivers a pitch during a game against the Pittsburgh Pirates at PNC Park on June 5, 2016 (Justin Berl/Getty Images)

Santiago’s up & down season continues this evening in Houston as he’s posted a 6.86 over 9 starts in the months of May and June. Hector is coming off a strong showing against Minnesota as he held the Twins to 1 run on 2 hits in 6 innings to take the victory in a game the Angels won 10-2, but in the start before that he couldn’t get out of the 2nd inning, giving up 6 runs on 7 hits in just 1 1/3 innings. The Angels will hope for the good Hector tonight.

~VS~

Collin McHugh (5-5, 4.89 ERA)

Collin McHugh delivers a pitch during a game against the Minnesota Twins at Minute Maid Park on May 3, 2016 (Scott Halleran/Getty Images)

Collin McHugh delivers a pitch during a game against the Minnesota Twins at Minute Maid Park on May 3, 2016 (Scott Halleran/Getty Images)

McHugh was a 19-game winner in 2015, but much like Santiago, he has struggled to find consistency this season. His season has been a series of mediocre starts with some brilliant ones mixed in. His last outing Wednesday in St. Louis falls into the brilliant category, as he held the Cards to just 1 run on 7 hits in 6 2/3 innings, but he took a no-decision in a game the Astros won late 4-1.

Game Notes

  • Carlos Gomez may finally be turning a corner. The Astros’ center fielder singled in his first two at-bats on Monday and is riding a six-game hitting streak, producing multiple hits in four of those contests.
  • Albert Pujols has done well against McHugh, going 6-for-17 with three walks and a home run. Mike Trout, however, has only reached base twice in 12 plate appearances. Jose Altuve (.235 batting average), Evan Gattis (.214) and George Springer (.100) have all struggled against Santiago.
  • Pujols’ 52 regular-season home runs are the most ever against the Astros, but the 36-year-old is struggling to generate power this season. Pujols entered the series with a .393 slugging percentage that ranked 135th out of 170 qualified players.

Starting Lineups

Angels

  1. 3B-Yunel Escobar – .310
  2. RF-Kole Calhoun – .286
  3. CF-Mike Trout – .298
  4. LF-Daniel Nava – .226
  5. 1B-C.J. Cron – .265
  6. DH-Jefry Marte – .333
  7. 2B-Johnny Giavotella – .278
  8. C-Carlos Perez – .190
  9. SS-Andrelton Simmons – .215

Houston

  1. RF-George Springer – .262
  2. 1B-Alfredo Gonzalez – .000 – MLB debut
  3. 2B-Jose Altuve – .343
  4. SS-Carlos Correa – .259
  5. CF-Carlos Gomez – .222
  6. DH-Danny Worth – .211
  7. C-Evan Gattis – .214
  8. 3B-Luis Valbuena – .250
  9. LF-Jake Marisnick – .182

AL West Standings

  1. Texas: 46-25 (.648)
  2. Seattle: 36-34 (.514) – 9.5 GB
  3. Houston: 35-36 (.493) – 11 GB
  4. Angels: 31-39 (.443) – 14.5 GB
  5. Oakland: 28-41 (.406) – 17 GB

Other AL West Matchups

  • Seattle @ Detroit – 4:10pm PT
  • Cincinnati @ Texas – 5:05pm PT
  • Milwaukee @ Oakland – 7:05pm PT