Angels’ path to playoffs grows darker with loss to Diamondbacks

Angels manager Joe Maddon has seen too many final-month miracles — the 1964 Cardinals erasing a 6 ½-game Sept. 20 deficit to overtake the Phillies for the National League pennant, the 1995 Mariners overcoming a six-game Sept. 12 deficit to tie the Angels and win a one-game playoff for the American League West title — […]

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Los Angeles Angels owner says it’s ‘very necessary’ to vote for Trump

Arte Moreno, the owner of the Los Angeles Angels baseball team, said  Monday that “it’s very necessary” to re-elect the president. “We all know where we’ve been,” Moreno, a fourth-generation Mexican American, said during a “Latinos for Trump” roundtable at the in Phoenix Arizona Grand Resort & Spa, according to the Arizona Family publication. “It’s necessary to focus […]

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Drew Barrymore Has a “Charlie’s Angels” Reunion on New Talk Show | Daily Pop | E! News

Find out why the "Drew Barrymore Show" host calls reuniting with "Charlie’s Angels" costars Cameron Diaz and Lucy Liu a marriage proposal. Get the details! Watch "Daily Pop" weekdays at 12:30pm ET|9:30am PT! Full Story: https://www.eonline.com/news/1187585/watch-drew-barrymore-reunite-with-charlies-angels-cameron-diaz-and-lucy-liu #DrewBarrymore #ENews #DailyPop #CameronDiaz #LucyLiu Subscribe: http://bit.ly/enewssub Subscribe to Daily Pop The PODCAST: http://linktr.ee/dailypop About Daily Pop: Come for […]

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Do the Angels have a replacement for Albert Pujols in Jared Walsh?

The Angels have been searching for a suitable replacement for aging Albert Pujols since they traded C.J. Cron more than two years ago. Perhaps their solution is a player who lurked in the background before enjoying a major-league breakthrough. Jared Walsh has been staking his claim as the Angels’ first baseman of the future with […]

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‘Charlie’s Angels’ Cast Then & Now: See Drew Barrymore, Cameron Diaz, & Lucy Liu 20 Years Later

Drew Barrymore has reunited with her ‘Charlie’s Angels’ co-stars on her new talk show, nearly two decades after the original film aired. Take a look at where the cast are now. Charlie’s Angels have another mission: helping Drew Barrymore launch her new daytime talk show, The Drew Barrymore Show! The trio of crime-fighting women — Drew, […]

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Fired Angels worker ‘Bubba’ Harkins says he didn’t sell Go-Go Juice; he made Sticky Stuff, for free

Former Angels employee Brian Harkins, fired March 3 for allegedly providing illegal ball-doctoring substances to visiting pitchers, has filed a complaint against the team and Major League Baseball claiming he was made a “public scapegoat” in baseball’s efforts to crack down on the use of foreign substances. The complaint, first reported by ESPN early Sunday […]

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Reliever Mike Mayers shows improvement and nasty stuff for Angels, who beat Rockies

In one of the most memorable moments of an otherwise disappointing evening in Denver, Angels reliever Mike Mayers unleashed a 96-mph fastball to a Colorado Rockies hitter and watched the pitch defy gravity. The heater hurtled toward the upper right corner of the strike zone on a straight line. At the final second, it rose […]

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Angels outfield prospect Brandon Marsh works on craft while awaiting call-up

Roughly 18 miles separate Angels prospects at the team’s secondary site in Long Beach from Angel Stadium. At times this summer, the distance has felt even shorter for outfielder Brandon Marsh. The 22-year-old has watched some of his closest friends get called up to the major leagues since the season started, including top prospect Jo […]

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The Angels were crushing the ball … then they got to Texas

The Angels crushed the ball in a four-game sweep of the Houston Astros in Anaheim last Thursday through Sunday, scoring 32 runs while batting .313 with a .974 on-base-plus-slugging percentage, seven homers and eight doubles. But in the first two games of a three-game series against the Texas Rangers in new Globe Life Field, with […]

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Angels’ Keynan Middleton still trying to regain form two years after elbow surgery

The Angels had high hopes for Keynan Middleton entering the season, believing the reliever — two years removed from Tommy John surgery — would reclaim the late-inning role he seized in 2018, when he emerged as the team’s closer in early April. Middleton, 26, did not fulfill those expectations, going 0-1 with a 5.25 ERA […]

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Angels perform some late-inning magic to complete four-game sweep of Astros

The Angels continued to tap into a sudden supply of late-inning magic, snapping a tie score with four eighth-inning runs for a 9-5 victory over the Houston Astros on Sunday in Angel Stadium, completing a four-game sweep of the defending American League champions and extending their win streak to five. With the score tied 5-5, […]

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Angels rally to beat Astros in doubleheader opener on Jo Adell’s walk-off single

Mike Trout became the Angels’ career home run leader and Jo Adell celebrated with a game-ending, two-run single in the seventh, lifting the Angels to a 10-9 victory over the Houston Astros in the first game of a doubleheader Saturday. The Angels trailed by two going into the seventh. Trout and Shohei Ohtani drew walks […]

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Mike Trout belts 300th home run to become Angels’ career leader

Mike Trout is the Angels’ new home run leader. In the first game of Saturday’s doubleheader against the Houston Astros, Trout crushed a 93-mph fastball to the opposite field for his 15th homer of the season and the 300th of his career. The third-inning, two-run blast secured Trout’s position atop the franchise charts, which fellow […]

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Andrew Heaney pitches a gem as Angels spoil Mike Clevinger’s Padres debut

Andrew Heaney allowed only three hits over seven innings and the Angels defeated San Diego 2-0 on Thursday, spoiling Mike Clevinger’s debut with the Padres. With most of the attention focused on Clevinger, who was acquired in a multiplayer deal with Cleveland before Monday’s trade deadline, it was Heaney (3-2) who ended up pitching a […]

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Angels criticized for failure to pay some minor leaguers

In the final weeks of an already disappointing season, the Angels were charged Wednesday with failing to fulfill their financial promises to their minor leaguers. “Several players have told us they didn’t see a dime from the Angels last month,” read a tweet from the Advocates for Minor Leaguers. “No other MLB team has shown […]

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Angels acquire pitching prospect Packy Naughton from Reds for outfielder Brian Goodwin

The Angels traded outfielder Brian Goodwin to the Cincinnati Reds ahead of Monday’s trade deadline. In exchange they received left-handed starting pitcher Packy Naughton and future considerations. Goodwin was in the Angels’ lineup when the team released it an hour before their series finale against the Seattle Mariners. Naughton, 24, had a 3.32 ERA and […]

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Angels’ David Fletcher to miss Monday’s game because of a sore ankle

The Angels will play without one of their most valuable players for at least one day. Utility man David Fletcher was out of the lineup Monday because of a sore ankle. Manager Joe Maddon said Fletcher wouldn’t even be available as a pinch-hitter in the series finale against the Seattle Mariners. Fletcher tweaked his left […]

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Angels trade catcher Jason Castro to the Padres for reliever Gerardo Reyes

The Angels, far out of contention in a year they hoped to snap their five-year playoff drought, continued to sell off assets Sunday, trading veteran catcher Jason Castro to the San Diego Padres for reliever Gerardo Reyes, according to multiple reports. Castro, who will be a free agent after the season, was in the lineup […]

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Explaining Angels designated hitter Shohei Ohtani’s struggles with left-handed pitchers

Amid the Angels’ 16-hit outburst in Saturday night’s 16-3 win over Seattle was one concerning offensive performance: Shohei Ohtani went hitless in five at-bats and looked helpless while striking out on sweeping sliders from Mariners left-hander Justus Sheffield in his first three at-bats. This was not an aberration. Ohtani has struggled for much of the […]

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‘That’s a big league play’: Jo Adell’s outfield assist key as Angels defeat Mariners

Rookie Jo Adell didn’t have a hit in the Angels’ 3-2 victory over the Seattle Mariners on Friday night. But his outfield assist on a one-out single in the ninth inning helped the Angels improve their record to 11-22. The Mariners had runners on first and second bases when Tim Lopes, representing the go-ahead run, […]

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Angels trade infielder Tommy La Stella to the Athletics

The Angels traded infielder Tommy La Stella to the Oakland Athletics on Friday night, according to a person with knowledge of the agreement who wasn’t authorized to publicly comment. It became apparent that La Stella was on the move when he emerged from the clubhouse during the second inning against the Seattle Mariners at Angel […]

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Too late for Billy Eppler? Woeful pitching, rough tenure has Angels GM on thin ice

Right in the middle of another lost season, Angels manager Joe Maddon asked Mike Trout to lead off the second game of a doubleheader. Trout had just extended a slump to 0-for-15. The Angels, fresh off their 22nd defeat in this 60-game season, stood to lose nothing from a shakeup. “I just thought the rearranging […]

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Angels’ starting pitching struggles continue in loss to Astros to open doubleheader

A 6-3 loss to the Houston Astros in Game 1 of a doubleheader Tuesday exposed, again, the Angels’ biggest flaw: starting pitching. Jose Suarez, recalled last week for the first time this season, faced 12 batters in one-plus inning of work. He gave up five runs on five hits and four walks. By the time […]

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