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Los Angeles Angels ace Jered Weaver and his wife welcomed their first child into the world on Friday, Aden David Weaver. The name Aden was chosen with special meaning, in honor of Weaver’s late teammate, Nick Adenhart, who was killed by a drunk driver in April 2009, when he and Jered were both part of the Angels staff. The Los Angeles Angels confirmed the name association via a Tweet: We have a new Angel! Congrats to Jered Weaver and wife Kristin who welcomed their first child today, Aden David Weaver! — Los Angeles Angels (@Angels) July 6, 2013 For those asking, the Weavers did in fact spell their new son’s name Aden in honor of Nick Adenhart. — Los Angeles Angels (@Angels) July 6, 2013 Jered always honors his late teammate by tracing his initials in the dirt behind the mound before every start. There can’t possibly be a way to honor a lost loved one than to name your first born son, further showing his love of the departed. Jered Weaver remembering his fallen teammateCredit: AP/Chris Carlson - David Whitlock (@lhd_on_sports) Follow us on Twitter @rbts_baseball Part of the @realsportskings network The post Jered Weaver names son “Aden” after late teammate Nick Adenhart appeared first on Reading Between The Seams.
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ANAHEIM, Calif. — Los Angeles Angels pitcher Jered Weaver has become a first-time father, naming his son in tribute to late teammate and friend Nick Adenhart.
The team said Friday that Aden David Weaver was born earlier in the day to Weaver and his wife, Kristin. The baby weighs 8 pounds.
Weaver has paid tribute to Adenhart ever since the young pitcher was killed by a drunken driver...
The Los Angeles Angels are making a hard push to the top of the standings, or at least back to relevancy after winning nine of their past 11 games to get into within three games .500.
This current hot streak, which we have all heard about their streaks before, just seems to be different as they are coming from behind
Josh Hamilton (photo credit: Stephen Dunn/Getty Images North America...
Los Angeles Angels pitcher Jered Weaver and his wife Kristin gave birth to their first child on Friday, and they named him after a friend Jered lost more than four years ago. The baby’s name is Aden, which is spelled that way to honor former Angels pitcher Nick Adenhart. As most of you know, Adenhart [...]
It’s been a long road back from Tommy John surgery for
right-hander Ryan Madson. The Los Angeles Angels were hoping he’d be in their
bullpen by now, but he continues to go through rehab, receiving treatment on
his recovering elbow. While the road before him remains long and uncertain,
Madson took an important step toward his return earlier this week, throwing off
Angels’ outfielder Mike Trout has been selected as the starting left fielder for the American League All-Star team, becoming the youngest Halos’ starter in history.
Just another milestone in Trout’s young career as he was destined to make an appearance in New York. This will be his second All-Star game in as many Major League seasons as Trout played in last year’s All-Star...
While the Los Angeles Angels struggled through much of the early portion of this season, so too did Mike Trout.
Last year’s rookie sensation was hitting just .261 a month into this season — not terrible, but nowhere near the eye-popping totals he put in 2012. He has rebounded, though, and enters this weekend’s series with the Red Sox as the team leader in on-base percentage...
Josh Hamilton hit a two-run homer in the 11th inning, after the Angels rallied to tie it with four runs in the ninth, and Los Angeles beat the Boston Red Sox 9-7 on Saturday night to snap the AL East-leaders' five-game winning streak.
Brad Hawpe, who came in to play first base in the 10th, singled with one out in the 11th against Craig Breslow (2-2). Hamilton drove the next...
By Joe Haakenson, AngelsWin.com Contributor -
JULY 4, 2002
GAME 83 - ORIOLES AT ANGELS
ANAHEIM – The Angels’ bats went silent for the first six innings and starting pitcher Kevin Appier struggled his way through 6 1/3 innings in the Angels’ 7-2 loss to the Baltimore Orioles before 43,342 at Edison Field.
Orioles starter Travis Draskill isn’t exactly a household...
ANAHEIM, Calif. -- Josh Hamilton hit a tying two-run homer in Los Angeles' three-run ninth inning, and the Angels rallied for a 6-5 victory over the St. Louis Cardinals on Thursday night.
Mark Trumbo belted his 19th homer and Mike Trout had two RBIs for Los Angeles, which took two of three in the series. Scott Downs (2-2) got three outs for the victory.
St. Louis ace Adam Wainwright...
Josh Hamilton hit a tying two-run homer in Los Angeles' three-run inning, and the Angels rallied for a 6-5 victory over the St. Louis Cardinals on Thursday night.
Hamilton connected against closer Edward Mujica (0-1). Howie Kendrick and Mark Trumbo followed with singles, and Mujica retired his next two batters before Erick Aybar drove in the winning run with an opposite-field...
With The All-Star Game Just A Few Days Away, I Thought I Would Take Some Time To Discuss The Angels Players Who Deserve To Be In The All-Star Game. Everyone In The World Knows Every Team Has At Least 2 All-Stars. So Who Are The Angels Players That Get In?
For Sure The Player Who Is An Automatic Ballot Is Mike Trout. If You Won The A.L R.O.Y (Rookie Of The Year...
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Angels manager Mike Scioscia is the latest to say that Dodgers phenom Yasiel Puig is not yet deserving of an All-Star selection.
While acknowledging the talent of the 22-year-old the former big league cat catcher stated that he believed Puig’s stint in the majors was not long enough to deserve selection to the mid-summer classic.
Koji Uehara entered Saturday night's game against the Los Angeles Angels hoping he'd get one more chance to make the AL All-Star team because of the last-chance fan ballot. He might want to rethink his plans for the break.
Uehara was brought in by manager John Farrell with two out in the ninth inning after the Angels loaded the bases against Alex Wilson. The Red Sox were...
To say the Angels' season has been a rollercoaster ride thus far would be an understatement.
Indeed, there are few other ways to describe an eight game win streak snapped by a Houston Astros sweep. This was followed up by what optimists would describe as a "mediocre showing," where the team won only eight out of the next eighteen. However, the slump was shattered...