Category Archives: Autry’s Trail

Welcome to Autry’s Trail. This is where you’ll find articles, tweets, and other media featuring your favorite Angels players from their history. We will even be posting old games here! ;-)

Shoemaker’s Recovery on Angels Weekly

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Angels Celebrate Maybin’s 30th Birthday in Grand Fashion

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Opening Day 2017: Angels at A’s

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2017 Angels Season Preview

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Well, this is it. Opening Day 2017 is here and the Angels are embarking on what will be a season of uncertainty following an abysmal 74-88 campaign in 2016. Ravashed by catastrophic injuries to their pitching staff, last season was a lost cause as the club lost Garrett Richards, Andrew Heaney, and Nick Tropeano all to UCL tears, with the… Read more »

The No-Hitter That Didn’t Count

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That, Angels fans, is the score sheet from the no-hitter the club threw against the Seattle Mariners on Friday, March 24, 2017 in front of 6,895 fans at Tempe Diablo Stadium. The temperature was 78 degrees. And this was a Spring Training game. So it didn’t count. Still, a fluky thing happened that night. Something was in the water. The air was different…. Read more »

April 25, 1993: Red Sox vs. Angels

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The young Angels were red hot going into the final game of a three game series at the Big A on ESPN Sunday Night Baseball against the Boston Red Sox on April 25, 1993. They had won five in a row, and were scoring over six runs per game. They were off to their best start in their history. Then,… Read more »

Hardball Retrospective and the “Original” 1993 Angels

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There are a handful of Angels teams that were really good but came up short of the playoffs, and some that should have been way better than they were. When discussing the former I point immediately to the 1989 squad that went 91-71 but still finished third in a pre-Wildcard/seven team AL West. When it comes to the latter, the… Read more »

Rod Carew Recovering Well After Surgery

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Hall of Famer Rod Carew had successful heart transplant surgery on Friday and is recovering nicely. The 18-time All-Star with the Minnesota Twins and California Angels was 15 months removed from a heart attack, which he suffered near his Southern California home. During that time Carew, 71, was on a surgically implanted left ventricular assist device that was removed before undergoing… Read more »

Mike Trout Wins AL MVP

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The Angels have their first player ever to win multiple MVP’s. Mike Trout took home the award for the second time in three seasons after posting one of his best seasons despite his team not making the playoffs. And that was the big debate leading up to the final voting. It was put to rest, however, as Trout’s .315 / .441… Read more »

Angels Week In Review: August 29 – September 4, 2016

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Angels Week In Review: August 29 – September 4, 2016 Week Start: 56-74, 5th AL West (Div E#12, WC E#18) Week End: 61-75, 4th AL West (Div E#6, WC E#14) Week W-L: 5-1 The Angels came off an impressive road trip last week where they took 4 out of their 6 games in Toronto & Detroit and came home for… Read more »