Angels News

  • Street closed: Rays' comeback shut down

    The normally lights-out Angels bullpen made things interesting in the ninth inning Friday night at Tropicana Field, but Huston Street never broke as the Angels clung to a 5-3 win in their series opener against the Rays.

  • Hamilton: Day-to-day after X-ray on left hand

    Josh Hamilton suffered a contusion on his left middle finger, and possibly a fracture, in Friday night's 5-3 win over the Rays at Tropicana Field.

  • Angels place Skaggs on DL, recall Roth

    The Angels placed left-hander Tyler Skaggs on the 15-day disabled list with a left forearm strain Friday before the team's series opener against the Rays.

  • Wilson to return from ankle injury to face Rays

    After three weeks on the disabled list with a sprained right ankle, C.J. Wilson will look to lead the Angels to their third straight win in his start Saturday night at Tampa Bay. The Rays counter with Chris Archer.

  • Pujols delivers game's only run in 13th for win

    Albert Pujols laced a line drive up the middle in the top of the 13th at Oriole Park at Camden Yards on Thursday night, snapping a long scoreless tie to put the Angels on top and avoid a sweep with a 1-0 victory over the Orioles.

  • No-no intact, Skaggs leaves in 5th with injury

    With two outs in the fifth inning, and no hits allowed against the Orioles, Angels starter Tyler Skaggs was removed from Thursday's game at Camden Yards with what the team called left forearm tightness.

  • Angels stand pat as division rivals deal away

    General manager Jerry Dipoto and the Angels, as expected, stood pat while the madness of Thursday's non-waiver Trade Deadline swirled around him.

  • Richards, Angels can't pin down pesky O's

    Garrett Richards yielded four runs in seven innings and run-scoring hits by Chris Iannetta and Kole Calhoun in the fifth weren't enough in the Halos' 4-3 loss to the Orioles on Wednesday night.

  • After bullpen session, Wilson set to return

    Angels lefty C.J. Wilson completed his normal between-starts bullpen session on Wednesday, two days after an 81-pitch rehab start for Double-A Arkansas, and looks lined up to return from the disabled list to start Saturday's game against the Rays at Tropicana Field.

  • Cowart concentrating on batting from left side

    In an effort to get their former top prospect back on track, the Angels have told third baseman Kaleb Cowart to scrap switch-hitting and focus solely on batting from the left side of the plate.

  • Angels' pickoffs tough on opposing runners

    When Jered Weaver flipped quickly to throw out the Orioles' Manny Machado at second in Tuesday's second inning, it went for the Angels' 12th out recorded via pickoff this season, representing the second-highest total in the Majors.

  • Halos can't 'pen winning script in extras loss

    After the bullpen's six scoreless innings in relief of Jered Weaver, Cory Rasmus served up a homer to Manny Machado for a 7-6 walk-off loss to the Orioles on Tuesday night, snapping the Halos' three-game win streak.

  • Halos' Wilson struggled due to hip tightness

    Tightness in the left hip area limited veteran Angels left-hander C.J. Wilson's range of motion, slightly altering his delivery and not allowing him to finish pitches effectively.

  • Scioscia still big believer in divisional play

    Angels manager Mike Scioscia has long been a proponent of divisional play, believing division winners should have clear advantages over those that make the playoffs via the Wild Card. And the fact that his club is on the other side of that isn't making him change his stance.

  • Richards adding velocity to pitching arsenal

    Angels right-hander Garrett Richards didn't necessarily do anything different this offseason. But for some reason, he's throwing harder, in a year that saw Richards transition from part-time reliever to full-time starter.

  • Trout fondly recalls catch to rob O's Hardy

    Every time Angels outfielder Mike Trout comes to Orioles Park at Camden Yards, that June 27, 2012, catch -- when he leaped about three feet above the wall to take one away from J.J. Hardy -- is a major talking point.

  • Angels not pressing to add starter at Trade Deadline

    It looks like the Angels did their shopping early this year, fortifying the bullpen by adding three key relievers in 22 days. But will the Angels add a starting pitcher?