Found April 09, 2012 on
Monkey with a Halo:
This is exactly the kind of game the offense needed to get the ball rolling on getting this offense together. The 1st inning of the game is exactly what we needed to see out of the Angels to give us some piece of mind that this offense can and will perform. There were some bright positives with the offense in today's game, as well as some glaring negatives (I'm looking at you Pujols). Hopefully this much needed win will pump up the offense enough to go on a nice tear during the rest of the series in Minnesota, it'll be much needed before we go into the always dreadful home of the New York Yankees this weekend.Angels 5, Twins 1 A catcher who can hit for power...A #4 starter who can throw 7 innings of 1 run ball...What's not to love about this new team?
So....this is a little awkward. Albert Pujols has been having quite the misfortune time getting his game together at the plate, throwing up an 0'er that would taste a lot worse if it wasn't for ...
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ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) -- Eric Hosmer and Billy Butler homered and drove in three runs apiece, and the Kansas City Royals beat the Los Angeles Angels 7-3 Sunday, taking two of three in their season-opening series.
Jonathan Sanchez (1-0) survived through five innings to win his first start with the Royals, who dampened the revamped Angels' much-hyped home debut with two victories...
The April 9th, 2012 edition of daily news for the Los Angeles Angels ...
They say that the more things change the more things stay the same. For the Angels in 2012, that adage rings particularly true through the first series of the season.
Royals 7, Angels 3
The Angels have a new slugger in Albert Pujols and a new old slugger in Kendrys Morales. The Angels have a new catcher. The Angels have a new set of high expectations.
The Angels still can...
Although opening day was a thrill, the opening weekend of the season didn't go the way the Los Angeles Angels hoped.
With 159 games and nine more seasons left on Albert Pujols' contract, nobody is terribly worried about it just yet.
Eric Hosmer and Billy Butler homered and drove in three runs apiece, and the Royals beat the Angels 7-3 Sunday, taking two straight victories...
In the marathon that is a 162-game baseball season, a three-game losing streak is barely reason to panic. But after Minnesota was swept in their three-game season-opening series against the Baltimore Orioles, Twins fans seem to believe that not much has changed from last year's 99-loss season.
Indeed, it was a rough opening series for the Twins, who scored just five runs in...
If teams thought the St Louis Cardinals would flop without Albert Pujols, they should think again.
The scheduler did this team no favors. Opening Day in Miami, ushering in a new era in Florida and a new ballpark. Then a 1300 mile flight to Milwaukee, the team’s biggest rival, for their home opener. Finally a 300 mile drive to Cincinnati, the Cardinals’ OTHER big NL Central...
Angels' Starting Line-up:
The Angels bounced back nicely
after losing two consecutive games this past weekend as they beat the
Minnesota Twins 5-1 in front of 39,414 at Target Field on Monday. C.J.
Wilson took the mound for the Halos...
The Kansas City Royals opened their 2012 campaign sending a message that they truly do believe in the “Our Time” slogan.
They headed out west to open this season and took two of three from an Angels team that many are picking to win their division. The contained the mighty Albert Pujols, unleashed Eric Hosmer season two, and survived Bruce Chen and Yuniesky Betancourt showcasing...
The Kansas City Royals are only 3 games into the season, however, they have already given fans much reason to believe things could truly be exciting in 2012.
Coming into this season, there have been a wide array of opinions on what the Royals record might be when the 2012 season comes to an end. The most optimistic of prognosticators predicted as many as 85 wins for the Royals on...
The first Angel Player Power Rankings of the season are here! We may only be three games into the season, but it is already pretty apparent which players are deserving of praise (that Pujols guy) and which aren't (that Wells guy).
As always, the rankings are based on a player's overall season performance with a weight on recent performance.