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 »
Now that Mike Trout has won his second MVP, here are some videos for fans to enjoy! More clips will be added as they become available.
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 »
Congratulations to Angels great Garret Anderson on his induction into the team’s Hall of Fame! Here’s the ceremony from FOX Sports West.
Who are these guys? There are plenty of new faces on the Angels to make us forget who was on the team last season. Nearly half the starting lineup is different from a season ago. The entire bench got an overhaul. There are several new coaches in the dugout. And a new general manager has taken the reigns of what… Read more »
Freeway Series: Game 1 LHP Andrew Heaney vs. LHP Scott Kazmir Follow the action at MLB.com and on Facebook! Additional Notes: Mike Trout is feeling under the weather, with flu-like symptoms, and will likely miss the Freeway Series. But to counter this, the club made another move: Halos got a Rule 5 pick back:
Welcome to the relaunched LA Angels Insider, where we’re kicking things off with the 2016 Spring Training Tracker. This will be a running post, and will update frequently until Opening Day. In addition to our own original content, we will be sharing articles and tweets from Angels beat writers Alden Gonzalez of MLB.com, Jeff Fletcher of the Orange County Register, Pedro Moura of… Read more »
When Chone Figgins was drafted in the fourth round of the 1997 Amateur Draft by the Colorado Rockies, he wasn’t regarded as a top prospect. In fact, the feisty ball player considered a fringe Major Leaguer, if he ever made it that far. This only motivated him to get to the Big Show. And after being acquired by the Angels… Read more »
Bday greetings to @JoseMota05 , a tremendous broadcaster, gentleman, and ambassador for #Angels and Major League Baseball. — Tim Mead (@TMeadAngels) March 16, 2016