Wilson shut down with left biceps tendinitis

Just as it looked like he was nearing his Major League return, Angels left-hander C.J. Wilson has hit a setback.
10 hours ago

Report: Angels pitcher C.J. Wilson has biceps tendinitis, shut down again

Report: Via Angels beat writer for the Orange County Register, Jeff Fletcher has reported that Angels pitcher C.J. Wilson has been shut down again due to Biceps Tendinitis. C.J. Wilson was scheduled to have a start Monday night at AAA, but that will be put on hold as Wilson threw a bullpen today and felt something was off. According to Fletcher, Angels C.J. Wilson has some biceps...
Via Halo Headquarters
10 hours ago

Jered Weaver, the long ball and the damage done; Angels lose to Astros 4-2

A home run proved fatal, but only because the Angels had no answer to Houston pitching. Angels 2  Astros 4 The Astros didn't seem to take to kindly to getting that can of whoop ass opened up on them last night, but instead of laying down some mighty lumber work, they were prepared to exact revenge from the mound. It would be a battle of arms, one Dallas Keuchel vs. one Jered Weaver...
Via Halos Heaven
11 hours ago

Trout joins elite company with 150th homer

Angels center fielder Mike Trout continued his quick rise through the historical ranks Saturday, launching his 150th career home run in the first inning of Saturday's game against Houston.
13 hours ago

Angels' Tim Lincecum, C.J. Wilson to pitch at Triple-A Salt Lake

ANAHEIM – Tim Lincecum did well enough in one milestone outing on Saturday that he can be penciled in for the next one. After Lincecum threw the equivalent of five innings in an extended spring training game in Arizona, his first competitive outing...
Via The OC Register
14 hours ago  |  Discuss

The Angels aren't far from being pretty good

By Jonathan Northrop, Staff Writer -  To all of our Angels fans out there that see the sky falling on this team, consider first that despite losing two of three to both Baltimore and Texas, the Angels are 9-5 in their last 14 games. Over the last 14 days (couldn't include that full span) they're 6th in major league batting the major leagues, tied with...
Via Angelswin
22 hours ago  |  Discuss

Pleskoff Scouting Report: Kaleb Cowart

  TEAM: Los Angeles Angels AGE: 23 POSITION: 3B BATS: Switch THROWS: Right HEIGHT: 6-foot-3 WEIGHT: 225 lbs. ACQUIRED: The Angels selected Cowart with the 18th overall pick in the first round of the 2010 First Year Player Draft. He was selected directly from Cook High School in Adel, Georgia. ***** STRENGTHS Kaleb Cowart has a solid hit tool that could play well at the...
Via Today's Knuckleball
23 hours ago

Why the Angels Need to Retool to Compete in 2018

By Robert Cunningham, Staff Writer -  In a period of two weeks the Angels received detrimental injury news regarding three core members of the team: Starting pitchers Garrett Richards and Andrew Heaney and shortstop Andrelton Simmons. All three injuries are already having a serious impact on the current season but the pitching injuries are the most consequential...
Via Angelswin
23 hours ago  |  Discuss

LTBU: Matt Shoemaker has another stellar performance

Matt Shoemaker followed up his stellar performance against the Baltimore Orioles May 21 with another strong outing against the Houston Astros as he threw 8.1 innings and allowed just two ninth inning runs in a 7-2 victory May 27 at the Big A. Shoemaker was consistently in the strike zone all night, and threw over 20 first pitch strikes. He scattered 7 hits, struck out 11 and didn’t...
Via Halo Headquarters
1 day ago

Mike Trout at 40

After watching anything for a prolonged period of time, it is inevitable that that thing, no matter how incredible, will become normalized and lose some of its luster. Our brains can be a bummer that way. Given that, it’s important to take a step back from time to time with the point of re-instilling some of that initial sense of wonder that can get lost along the way. Enter...
Via Monkey with a Halo
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Angels 2012 draft retrospective: Jerry Dipoto does his best with one arm tied behind his back

Continuing our look at the past five years of drafts for the Angels, today we have 2012 on deck and we're ready to, in the words of Ian Mackaye, look back and laugh. I say that only because in hindsight, these things are ALWAYS funny, even though whether the draft could be deemed a success or failure is a different story altogether. Such lofty heights and aspirations for even the...
Via Halos Heaven
1 day ago

Boxscore Breakdown #47: Ugly Baseball – Rangers 15, Angels 9

Woof. The Angels played about as sloppy a game as is possible at the big-league level on Wednesday. The team blew two leads, committed two errors, made at least one bone-headed throw, and failed to have even one of their five pitchers survive the day without giving up a run. In the end, they lost by their third-largest margin of the year despite plating nine runs themselves. ...
Via Monkey with a Halo
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Mike Scioscia was prepared to use shortstop Brendan Ryan to pitch in blowout loss to Rangers

ARLINGTON, Texas – The Angels nearly tried something Wednesday that Mike Scioscia had never done in 17 seasons as manager. Had Rafael Ortega not hit a three-run home run in the top of the eighth inning, trimming the Angels’ deficit against the...
Via The OC Register
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Boxscore Breakdown #46: Southpaw Shutdown – Rangers 4, Angels 1

The Angels’ strange struggles against left-handed starters continued Tuesday night. Martin Perez held the Halos offense to just five hits—all singles—and no runs in six innings, striking out six. His gem was already the 10th quality start (out of 16 chances) a southpaw has tossed against Angels this season, and it lowered the lineup’s OPS vs LHPs to a paltry .667. That’s...
Via Monkey with a Halo
3 days ago  |  Discuss

No, Things Are Not Looking Up For Albert Pujols

Dan McCarthy wrote a small article on with the title, “Perhaps things are looking up for Albert Pujols.” Here is the thing, though: Things are not looking up for Pujols, and likely never will again. Albert Pujols has never had a great season for the Los Angeles Angels. He has not once had a batting average over .300 or an on-base percentage over .400 while on the...
Via Baseball Essential
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Despite better offensive numbers when he plays first base, Angels' Albert Pujols says he's fine with more games at DH

ARLINGTON, Texas – Albert Pujols shrugged off the question, but the numbers, at least through the first eight-plus weeks of this season, remain rather clear. He hits better when he plays first base, as he did here Monday when he drove a two-run...
Via The OC Register
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Tim Lincecum is Worth the Gamble to the Los Angeles Angles

The Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim have been suffering at the hands of their injury-ridden bullpen. Left-hander C.J. Wilson’s run-in with shoulder tendonitis has placed him on the unavailable list, alongside Craig Gentry and Cliff Pennington to name a few. Because the AL West is still anyone’s game at this point in the season, the Angels need pitchers if they hope to remain in...
Via The Sports Journal
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Los Angeles Angels breathe a sigh of relief with signing of Tim Lincecum

The Los Angeles Angels are currently sitting in the number three spot in the American League West with a record of 20-24. They are 6.5 games behind the first place Seattle Mariners and desperate to find something that works. The team has been struggling offensively and defensively for most of the 2016 season, but are making a come up winning 7 of their last 10 games. The squad also...
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Beach ball thrown on the field costs Angels batter a strike

This is why you shouldn't bring a beach ball to a sporting event. A ball being tossed around the crowd Sunday night at Angel Stadium landed on the field in the fourth inning of the Angels' game against the Orioles, which distracted Angels first baseman C.J. Cron. Cron asked for time and turned his back on the plate, but Kevin Gausman threw a called strike to even the count at 2-2...
Via Fox Sports
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Diagnosing the Angels: Mike Trout Can’t Do It All

Imagine having the best baseball player in the league and it mattering very little. That’s largely been the case for the Los Angeles Angels since 2012 when Mike Trout made his debut. In that time, he’s taken home the Rookie of the Year and was named the AL’s Most Valuable Player. He’s finished runner-up for the latter three times, and if Manny Machado has anything to say...
Via The Sports Post
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Angels GM says team has not discussed trading Mike Trout

No, folks, Mike Trout is not going to be traded any time soon. With the Los Angeles Angels off to an 18-22 start and looking nothing like a contender, some outsiders raised the question of whether the team would entertain trading Trout for a huge prospect haul to allow them to rebuild. Perhaps, they reason, the Angels would be willing to move their star center fielder. So, Angels...
Via Larry Brown Sports
9 days ago  |  Discuss

Garrett Richards picks stem cell treatment over Tommy John

Los Angeles Angels pitcher Garrett Richards has an elbow injury that he has been told will require Tommy John surgery, but the right-hander is trying to avoid the procedure for the time being. Richards received a stem cell injection on Monday and will be reevaluated in six weeks to see how — or if — his torn ulnar collateral ligament is healing. “It’s done just in hopes...
Via Larry Brown Sports
12 days ago  |  Discuss

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