Click on the thumbnail to go to the latest episode of the Angels Official Podcast, where MLB reports Alyson Footer and Maria Guardado discuss the club’s opening day starter.
The Angels will be without one of their newest additions until early May. Infielder Luis Valbuena suffered a grade one hamstring strain on Wednesday during Spring Training game against the Texas Rangers and will start the 2017 regular season on the disabled list. The injury is the same one that took him out of last season, and eventually had his surgery on…. Read more »
The Angels put in a pinch runner for Mike Trout during Sunday’s game. And his name was Torii Hunter. Not that Torii Hunter! No, his son. Asked to come in and take over for Trout in the sixth inning of a 7-0 deficit at the hands of the Chicago White Sox, Hunter Jr. made his debut with ‘that’ Torii Hunter… Read more »
Fighting for the majority of playing time behind the plate with the Angels this season, catcher Carlos Perez has a new addition to his swing at the plate: a leg kick. Hampered by a career batting average over his first two seasons that is a bit below league average, and an on-base percentage that is struggling to get over .300,… Read more »
Looking for a starting rotation spot with the Angels, young righty Alex Meyer has sped up his windup in an effort to ease the stress on his arm. Opening his shoulder too quickly has been a problem for Meyer, and has contributed to his injuries as a prospect. You can even see in the featured image above that his throwing… Read more »
Just a few months removed from another foot surgery, Albert Pujols may end up being ready for Opening Day 2017 for the Angels after all. He’s progressing faster than expected. He’s determined. The Machine still needs to get his legs more mobile, not that he’s all that fast anymore. And he’s already swinging the bat with power! #Angels Albert Pujols… Read more »
Click the thumbnail above and you will be taken to the Angels Official Podcast at MLB.com where reporters discuss the current state of players, coaches, executives, etc. In the latest episode, Alyson Footer talks with other writers about Huston Street and who will close in his absence.
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 »
@Angels GM Billy Eppler joins @Buster_ESPN to cover Trout's athleticism, Pujols' health and more! 🔊: https://t.co/o1vS8fj0TB [AP] pic.twitter.com/HsTtbkxfgy — ESPN Podcasts (@podcenter) March 7, 2017
For those who missed the episode, here are several video clips compiled from different outlets from 30 Clubs in 30 Days: Los Angeles Angels on MLB Network. This was the live stream! Sean Casey Talks With Mike Trout Cameron Maybin on What He Brings to the Angels Huston Street Plays Speed Chess? The State of the… Read more »