Among the more intriguing storylines to follow at Angels camp this spring will be how the club decides to manage its logjam at first base.
Will Kole Calhoun or Ian Kinsler hit in the leadoff spot? Who will be in the Angels’ rotation? Beat reporter Maria Guardado answers fans’ questions in the latest Inbox.
Angels right-hander Garrett Richards weighed in on the possibility of pitching in a six-man rotation during a recent interview with the team-owned radio station KLAA AM 830, expressing support for the unconventional configuration.
This summer, Vladimir Guerrero will become the first player to enter the Hall of Fame as an Angel. Could he also become the seventh person to have his number retired by the franchise?
At the beginning of last year, the Angels had no representatives on MLB Pipeline’s list of baseball’s Top 100 Prospects. That isn’t the the case in 2018.
An Albert Pujols 3,000 action figure, Mike Trout Nutcracker and Shohei Ohtani Double Bobblehead are among the giveaways featured on the 2018 promotional schedule released by the Angels on Friday.
Vladimir Guerrero will be the first Hall of Famer to represent the Angels when he is enshrined in Cooperstown in July as a member of the National Baseball Hall of Fame’s Class of 2018.
Shohei Ohtani will enter this season as the No. 1 right-handed pitching prospect and the No. 4 outfield prospect, according to MLB Pipeline, and he should be ready to make an immediate impact for the Angels, who plan on allowing him to pursue his goal of becoming a two-way player in the Majors.
Manager Mike Scioscia reaffirmed that the Angels are leaning toward adopting a six-man rotation in 2018 during an interview with MLB Network Radio on Tuesday.
It’s been quite the offseason for Angels superstar Mike Trout. In December, Trout married his high school sweetheart, Jessica Cox, and watched the Angels emerge as the surprise winners of the Shohei Ohtani sweepstakes — all over the same weekend. On Sunday, Trout added yet another highlight to his winter after seeing his beloved Philadelphia […]
Angels right-hander JC Ramirez, who received a stem-cell injection in August to help heal a partially torn ulnar collateral ligament in his throwing elbow, threw his first bullpen session of the offseason on Monday at Angel Stadium.