David Price will look to gain control of his pitch command when he faces the Angels on Saturday night.
It wasn’t hard for manager Mike Scioscia to identify a silver lining of the Angels’ 9-4 loss to the Red Sox on Friday night at Fenway Park. That moment occurred in the seventh inning, when veteran right-hander Huston Street returned to a Major League mound for the first time in 11 months.
The Angels are 38-38, nearing the halfway point of the season. And the job manager Mike Scioscia’s doing, keeping them at .500 considering injuries to Mike Trout, plus most of the starting rotation and bullpen, may be his masterpiece.
The Angels announced Friday they called up right-hander Eduardo Paredes from Triple-A Salt Lake and optioned first baseman C.J. Cron.
Albert Pujols delivered a tiebreaking single and the Angels took advantage of two key errors to complete their surge back from an early deficit, scoring nine unanswered runs to stun the Yankees with a 10-5 victory on Thursday evening at Yankee Stadium.
When the Red Sox and Angels take the field for tonight’s opener of a three-game series, the No. 34 will be hanging from the right-field facade at Fenway Park next to some other all-time greats.
The Angels announced on Wednesday that they have released veteran right-hander Doug Fister from his Minor League contract.
Luis Severino has been the Yankees’ most consistent starting pitcher this season, leading the team’s starters in both ERA (2.99) and WHIP (1.05). Severino (5-2) will take the ball on Thursday at 7:05 p.m. ET at Yankee Stadium against Jesse Chavez (5-7, 4.85 ERA) and the Angels, during a stretch when the Yanks have struggled […]
Didi Gregorius and Matt Holliday homered, Austin Romine collected three hits and closer Aroldis Chapman put an exclamation point on the end of the Yankees’ season-high seven-game skid on Wednesday night at Yankee Stadium, closing out an 8-4 victory over the Angels with a 102.9-mph pitch. The fastball that struck out Eric Young Jr. was […]
It’s been nearly two months since the Angels have won a game started by Ricky Nolasco. That streak continued on Wednesday night, as Nolasco was charged with five runs over 5 1/3 innings in the Halos’ 8-4 loss to the Yankees at Yankee Stadium. The 34-year-old right-hander is now winless in 10 consecutive starts dating […]
Manager Mike Scioscia offered the first glimpse at how he plans to operate the Angels’ bullpen without injured closer Bud Norris in the Halos’ 8-3 victory over the Yankees on Tuesday night at Yankee Stadium.