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2017 Game 7: Mariners at Angels

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  Around the Big A Five. Ninety. Two.@PujolsFive stands 8 homers shy of 600-HR club: https://t.co/fv3tI20KEC pic.twitter.com/tdP6jv32vI — MLB Stat of the Day (@MLBStatoftheDay) April 9, 2017 Win. [#TheHaloWay] pic.twitter.com/xorNzO87Lf — Angels (@Angels) April 10, 2017 Angels score 7 in the 9th to win! Entering today, teams had lost 346 straight games when trailing by 6+ runs entering the 9th…. Read more »

Mike Trout MVP Ceremony

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Angels Starting Lineup Taking Shape

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This is a photo from Jeff Fletcher of the Orange County Register showing that Mike Scioscia is pretty close to finishing his preferred batting order. All he needs is for Albert Pujols to return. The Martin Maldonado/Carlos Perez battle will have a winner soon. But one has to imagine they’ll end up splitting the time nearly down the middle. Batting… 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 »

Mike Trout 2016 Video Clips

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  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.  

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 »

Eppler’s Domain: MLBTR Offseason Outlook, Baldoquin, Top Prospects

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The 2016 season was over for the Angels a long time ago. With a 74-88 campaign due to major pitching injuries that will linger into 2017, numerous additional questions loom for the Halos. Although Garrett Richards is returning, and Huston Street is expected to be ready, there is much concern over the club’s pitching depth, as well as holes at… 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 »

Should The Angels Tank?

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The Angels have not been able to do much right lately, and that includes losing correctly. Yeah I said it. Let’s be honest, this season has been over since before the all-star break and for the most part the team has played their part in losing efficiently by “earning” the 4th worst record in the American League. However, the team has… Read more »

Angels Week in Review – August 22-28, 2016

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Angels Week in Review – August 22-28, 2016 Week Start: 52-72, 5th AL West Week End: 56-74, 5th AL West Week W-L: 4-2 Monday August 22, 2016 – Travel Day Off the Field: The Angels made no roster moves on Monday. On the Field: The Angels had no game on Monday as they traveled from Anaheim to Toronto to begin a 6-game… Read more »