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Season Seat Holders Take The Field

On Thursday afternoon, the Angels opened up the stadium gates and invited Season Seat Holders to participate in a private batting practice session, stadium tours, games and more! 93 more words

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2016 Fan Favorites Awards: Winners

The time has come to announce the winners of the Fan Favorites Awards categories!

Last week, 20 categories were released for Angels fans to vote on. 137 more words

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2016 MLB Draft Reviews – Los Angeles Angels

Top 500 Prospects Drafted by Los Angeles in 2016

27 – Matt Thaiss
56 – Brandon Marsh
137 – Nonie Williams
197 – Connor Justus… 5,752 more words

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WATCH: D'Angelo Russell Gets Ignored Again, High Fives Himself

While everyone was watching football and/or the debate, the Los Angeles Lakers defeated the Denver Nuggets 124-115 in some thrilling NBA preseason action. D’Angelo Russell lead all scorers with 33 points on 13-19 shooting from the floor, but he had one costly miss that made him the biggest loser of the night. 170 more words


2016 Angels Fan Favorites Awards Coming Soon!

The Angels’ 2016 season has come to an end, but Awards season is in full swing!

While we continue to dream of October Baseball’s exhilarating action and champagne showers, let’s come down from the clouds to celebrate the clutch performances, the player milestones and the feel-good moments that your Angels experienced.  174 more words

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Sons of Baseball-archy: Jamie Moyer's power hitting son?

So far in our Baseball Bloodlines series, we have looked a how different generations have passed down their Baseball DNA to their youthful counterparts, specifically in what they themselves accomplished. 620 more words


The 32 Hall of Famers Mike Trout surpassed in WAR this season

MLB’s regular season is over, which means we don’t get to watch Mike Trout play baseball for several months. There’s a World Series on the horizon which will distract us, but every baseball game endeavored for the remainder of 2016 will be one that lacks the sport’s best player. 708 more words