Angels News

  • Late rally carries Halos over O's in finale

    Behind eight solid innings from Jered Weaver and two late runs, the Angels rallied to beat the Orioles, 3-2, on Wednesday night at Angel Stadium.

  • Justice: Halos morphed into monster team

    The 60-40 Angels are a reminder that winning doesn't happen overnight, even when the blueprint is smart and the execution flawless. They're also a reminder that the best general managers find players here, there and everywhere.

  • That's one: Street gets first save for Angels

    Huston Street doesn't have a nameplate above his locker yet, but he does have his first save as an Angel.

  • Strained back lands Green on disabled list

    Grant Green was placed on the 15-day disabled list on Wednesday with a strain in his lower back; C.J. Cron was called back up from Triple-A in a corresponding move.

  • Richards faces Scherzer in potential playoff preview

    American League aces will square off as two teams with pennant hopes -- the Tigers and Angels -- meet for four games in Anaheim beginning Thursday. Detroit starter Max Scherzer said he doesn't approach the outing any differently, even though he's up against Garrett Richards, who is in the midst of a breakout season.

  • Trout waiting for right time to unleash speed

    Although Mike Trout's power numbers have been way up this season, he has just 10 stolen bases after swiping 82 in the previous two seasons. The two-time MVP runner-up has one steal in his last 30 games.

  • Conger happy to cede No. 16 to Street

    Hank Conger didn't expect anything in return after willingly giving up No. 16, but Huston Street nonetheless wants to treat Conger and a guest to an all-expenses-paid vacation because of it.

  • Home, beat home: Record stretch at Big A is over

    Things were looking up for the Angels before Baltimore came to town. But they were stymied for the second straight night by the Orioles, who won on Tuesday night, 4-2, to end the Halos' team record of 10 straight series wins at home.

  • Since April, bullpen shows mound of improvement

    Just three pitchers remain from the Angels' Opening Day bullpen, a unit that has undergone major changes in the past month to become one of the top relief corps in the game.

  • Ringolsby: Ryan to return for Hall inductions

    It's been 15 years since Nolan Ryan was inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame along with George Brett and Robin Yount. Ryan hasn't been back for an induction ceremony since. He's headed to Cooperstown, N.Y., this weekend. It is, he said, a trip long overdue.

  • Trout is Angels 'Heart & Hustle' recipient

    Mike Trout won the Angels' Heart & Hustle Award, given to the player who demonstrates "a passion for the game of baseball and best embodies the values, spirit and traditions of the game." From each team's winner, an overall MLB player will be honored, as Trout was in 2012.

  • Hamilton is DH again to stay fresh for stretch

    Josh Hamilton was the DH for the second straight game on Tuesday night, giving his legs a little bit of a rest.

  • Angels have no plans to shut down Richards

    Angels starter and burgeoning star Garrett Richards is coming up on some uncharted territory with regard to his workload. But that won't prompt the Angels to temporarily shut the right-hander down.

  • Halos' loss strikes nerve for Trout, Shoemaker

    Matt Shoemaker made two mistakes in an otherwise pristine outing, both resulting in two-run homers from Adam Jones, and they held up in the Orioles' 4-2 win over the Angels on Monday night.

  • Wilson throws in 'pen; Cowgill rejoins Angels

    Angels starter C.J. Wilson on Monday threw his first bullpen session since sustaining a sprained right ankle on July 9 and backup outfielder Collin Cowgill returned to the team for the first time since breaking his nose and right thumb on a July 12 pitch.

  • Out of Angels' lineup, Aybar ready to return

    Erick Aybar was out of the starting lineup for a third straight day on Monday, a precaution for the sore right groin the Angels' shortstop sustained while reaching first base on a ninth-inning single against the Mariners on Friday night.

  • Catcher Buck signs Minors deal with Angels

    The Angels signed veteran catcher John Buck to a Minor League contract and assigned him to the Triple-A Salt Lake Bees on Monday.

  • Ninth-inning rally delivers Angels' walk-off win

    The Angels came back in the bottom of the ninth inning to spoil Fernando Rodney's premature celebration and hand the Mariners a 6-5 loss on Sunday afternoon at Angel Stadium.