ANGELS RUMORS & GOSSIP

Ortega, Angels lament costly mistakes vs. Crew

Rafael Ortega's indecisiveness lasted only a split second in Monday's fifth inning, but it was long enough to produce an in-between hop, long enough to reward Yadiel Rivera with two extra bases, and long enough to show up as a critical mistake in the Angels' 8-5 loss to the last-place Brewers at Miller Park.
Via Angels.com
7 hours ago

The Streaky Angels drop opener @Milwaukee

The Angels, could not carry the win over to Milwaukee as they fall in the opener against, the Brewers. Angels, Traveled to Milwaukee to take on, the Brewers. Many were reluctant that the Angels were able to avoid being swept on sunday, and looked for a little redemption. Jared Weaver, takes his first lost of the season. He surrendered 7 earned runs with just 5 innings pitched. All...
Via Halo Headquarters
9 hours ago

Final: Jered Weaver stumbles in fifth inning, Angels fall to Brewers, 8-5

MILWAUKEE – A nice, tidy ballgame for Jered Weaver exploded on him in one messy inning. The Angels veteran pitched four scoreless innings but then gave up four in the fifth inning of the Angels’ 8-5 loss to the Milwaukee Brewers on Monday night....
Via The OC Register
10 hours ago  |  Discuss

Raburn named Angels' Honorary Bat Girl

Patty Raburn, a former schoolteacher who has overcome a heart condition, stroke and breast cancer, is the Angels' nominee for the 2016 Honorary Bat Girl contest. Raburn will be recognized on the field at Angel Stadium this coming Sunday, prior to their Mother's Day game against the visiting Rays.
Via Angels.com
10 hours ago

Series Takeaways: Angels Offense Stays Productive In Texas

The hot hitting that helped the Angels deliver a sweep of the Royals at home stuck with the team in Texas over the weekend, even if it didn’t manifest itself on the scoreboard for the first two contests. The team tallied 10, 9, and 15 hits, respectively, in the three games of the series, raising the team’s batting line by another 20 points of OPS. Since bottoming out at a...
Via Monkey with a Halo
12 hours ago  |  Discuss

Angels look to continue winning ways in Milwaukee

MILWAUKEE -- The Angels are back in Miller Park for the fourth time in franchise history, but only the third when they've been playing the Brewers. In 2007, the Angels and Cleveland Indians had a series moved to Milwaukee because of snow in...
Via The OC Register
15 hours ago  |  Discuss

Angels April GM approval poll: Do you like what Billy Eppler has done so far?

So, one month under the General Management of Mr. Billy Eppler is in the books. Before yesterday's game, they had finished out April with an 11-13 record...typical Mike Scioscia slow start, although if they had shown up against the Rangers Friday or Saturday, they could have finished .500 or above. This isn't about Mike Scioscia, though. This is about Eppler. What do we think of...
Via Halos Heaven
19 hours ago

Series Preview: Angels @ Brewers - Miller Time

Angels head to Miller Field to face the 2nd worst team in the NL and hope to avoid being "Twin-ed" This series gives Angels fans a change to see Ryan Braun - potential trade target.  Of course, the reality is such a trade would be unlikely, give the cost and our depleted farm system.  Braun is in the midst of a great season, so he's likely to generate lots of trade interest if...
Via Halos Heaven
19 hours ago

Last Week in Angels Baseball – Upon Further Examination Edition, or the “I Mention Napoli a Few Times, I Should Just Get Over Him” Edition

By Glen McKee, Senior Staff Writer -  Let me start out by stating the obvious: losing in Texas always blows and each loss there, or even against the Rangers at home, is magnified.  However, every game against Texas counts the same as every other game against a division rival.  It just feels bigger in Texas, particularly the losses. Sometimes, you have to get some perspective...
Via Angelswin
19 hours ago  |  Discuss

Week 4 Halo recap - The Good, the bad, and the Meh

We lost some games, but we won MORE games! How about that? The Angels' sweep of the Royals last week gave them TWO sweeps in the month of April, yet we continue to cling to 4th place in the AL West - thanks largely because the Astros suck worse.  The Angels were mostly winners last week, putting up a 4-2 record, and outscoring their opponents 32-24.  Not a bad week, right? THE...
Via Halos Heaven
1 day ago

Calhoun helps Angels stop Rangers' 4-game winning string

ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) Kole Calhoun got three hits and drove in two runs as the Los Angeles Angels avoided a series sweep, beating Texas 9-6 Sunday and ending the Rangers' four-game winning streak. C.J. Cron added three hits for the Angels. Geovany Soto hit his third home run of the season and second of the series. Greg Mahle (1-0) pitched one scoreless inning. The 23-year-old rookie...
Via Associated Press
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Angels option Shoemaker to Triple-A; gave up 7 runs in 2 1/3

ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) The Los Angeles Angels have optioned right-handed starter Matt Shoemaker to Triple-A Salt Lake in one of five roster moves Sunday. Shoemaker (1-4) allowed seven earned runs in 2 1/3 innings Saturday night as the Texas Rangers scored six in the third in a 7-2 win. He has a 9.15 ERA in five starts. As a rookie in 2014, Shoemaker went 16-4 with a 3.04 ERA. Manager...
Via Associated Press
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Boxscore Breakdown #24: The Cobbler 2: The Clobbering – Rangers 7, Angels 2

Matt Shoemaker is toast. The right-hander allowed seven runs on nine hits in 2⅓ innings Saturday in his second absolute disasterpiece in as many starts. He’s now allowed 14 runs on 15 hits (including three home runs) in his last 5⅓ innings, giving him an AL-worst 9.15 ERA (min. 20 IP) through five starts. Why the Halos thought putting Shoemaker on the mound in a bandbox...
Via Monkey with a Halo
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Cam Bedrosian replaces Huston Street in Angels bullpen

ARLINGTON, Texas -- Cam Bedrosian, who was victim of a numbers game when he was sent to Triple-A earlier this month, is back in the majors. The Angels recalled Bedrosian on Friday, taking the roster spot of Huston Street, who was placed on the...
Via The OC Register
3 days ago  |  Discuss

AngelsWin.com’s Top Angels Prospects April 29, 2016

    (Tyler Carpenter, SP for the Inland Empire 66ers) By David Saltzer, AngelsWin.com Senior Writer Even casual Angels fans have heard the story: The Angels farm system is the worst in the Major Leagues. While that is a hard point to argue, it doesn’t mean that there aren’t any prospects in the system worth following or are doing well. On any given night, about 150 Angels...
Via Angelswin
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Angels fan celebrates foul ball grab with dab (Video)

A Los Angeles Angels fan celebrated a foul ball grab with a dab during Wednesday night's game against Kansas City.It happened in the second inning as Royals batter Alcides Escobar hit a foul popup into the upper deck on the first base side. The young fan made a nice barehanded catch and was clearly excited. The Angels beat the Royals 4-2, giving the fan even more reason to go home...
Via Holdout Sports
5 days ago  |  Discuss

The Andrelton Simmons Effect

By Christian Ilten, AngelsWin.com Writer -  It is no secret that in at least one position so far this season, the Angels definitely have gotten stronger defensively. The acquisition of shortstop Andrelton Simmons in exchange for shortstop Erick Aybar and top pitching prospects Sean Newcomb and Chris Ellis (sent to the Atlanta Braves) has truly paid off for the Angels defense...
Via Angelswin
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Los Angeles Angels: Return of the Dream Weaver

Thursday, the Angels played their final game of the series in Chicago against the White Sox. The Halos had dropped the previous two games, losing 5-0 in the Tuesday, and 2-1 last night after almost mounting a comeback. The Angels will head back home Thursday night after splitting the series in Chicago, and will return to face King Felix and the Mariners. The biggest takeaway from...
Via isportsweb.com
11 days ago  |  Discuss

Santiago pitches Los Angeles Angels to win against former team

Throughout Spring Training the Los Angeles Angels were faced with multiple questions concerning their rotation. One of which, being whether or not Hector Santiago would be able to replicate the All-Star numbers he had last season. Don’t want to call this one too soon, but three starts into the season and Santiago is pitching like a man with something to prove. In his first two...
Via isportsweb.com
14 days ago  |  Discuss
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