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  • Angels fall to Astros, 8-5

    Angels fall to Astros, 8-5
    KEY MOMENT: With Houston leading, 4-3, in the eighth inning, Angels reliever Cam Bedrosian — who made his big league debut Tuesday — walked the bases loaded. Fernando Salas replaced him and immediately gave up a two-run double to Jose Altuve...
  • Mike Trout returns to lineup, but Angels fall to Astros

    Mike Trout returns to lineup, but Angels fall to Astros
    Mike Trout stood respectfully during the national anthem Thursday but bobbed back and forth and turned his head side to side, as if antsy for the game to start. And why not? The 22-year-old Trout, viewed by some as baseball's best player, was about to...
  • Mike Trout's slam powers Angels past White Sox

    Mike Scioscia did what any manager would do against Chicago White Sox ace Chris Sale, stacking the Angels lineup with eight right-handed batters in hopes of beating an ace who held left-handers hitless in 32 at-bats this season. It didn't seem to matter...
  • Angels rally past White Sox, 6-5

    Angels rally past White Sox, 6-5
    KEY MOMENT: With the bases loaded and no outs in the eighth inning and White Sox starter Chris Sale appearing to tire, Chicago Manager Robin Ventura kept the left-hander in the game to face Mike Trout, who drove Sale's 115th pitch of the game over the...
  • Mike Trout thinks small, comes up huge in Angels' win over White Sox

    Mike Trout thinks small, comes up huge in Angels' win over White Sox
    Chris Sale’s full-count changeup to Angels slugger Mike Trout with the bases loaded in the eighth inning Saturday night was shin-high and several inches off the plate, a pitch Chicago White Sox Manager Robin Ventura said was “probably ball...
  • Angels defeat Athletics, 4-1, to extend winning streak

    Angels defeat Athletics, 4-1, to extend winning streak
    KEY MOMENT: The A's were one out away from escaping a two-on, none-out jam in the fourth inning when pitcher Jesse Chavez got Erick Aybar to ground into a 4-6-3 double play. But Raul Ibanez, who entered with a .143 average and hadn't driven in a run since...
  • Angels fall to Royals, 7-4, in 13 innings

    Angels fall to Royals, 7-4, in 13 innings
    KEY MOMENT: After Danny Valencia led off the 13th inning with a double, the Royals decided to play for one run. Alcides Escobar laid down the sacrifice bunt, but rookie Mike Morin, the Angels' sixth pitcher, made an errant throw. Valencia scored from...
  • Alex Gordon flashes leather in Royals' 7-4 win over Angels

    Alex Gordon flashes leather in Royals' 7-4 win over Angels
    The home run that flies deep into the night. The fastball that triggers a 100-mph reading on the radar gun. The throw that nails a runner trying to take the extra base. Those are feats of skill you can see just about every day at a ballpark near you....
  • Angels' slugging doesn't stop in 9-3 victory over Rangers

    Angels' slugging doesn't stop in 9-3 victory over Rangers
    The Angels were playing their third game in three days in three cities, a somewhat dizzying array of flights, bus rides and hotels that prompted Manager Mike Scioscia to quip before Tuesday night's game against the Texas Rangers: "Where are we?" Then...
  • Angels defeat the Twins, 5-4

    Angels defeat the Twins, 5-4
    AT THE PLATE: Mike Trout and Josh Hamilton walked ahead of Howie Kendrick's run-scoring double over left fielder Jordan Schafer's head in the fourth inning, and Hamilton scored on Schafer's throwing error. Erick Aybar hit an RBI single to right, and David...
  • Angels need, and get, a little extra to beat Twins in 10 innings, 7-6

    Angels need, and get, a little extra to beat Twins in 10 innings, 7-6
    The Angels didn't so much beat the Minnesota Twins Friday night as they did outlast them. In a game that featured 17 pitchers, 39 baserunners and took 4 hours and 30 minutes to complete, Kevin Jepsen was the last man standing, the Angels reliever...