By Pete Zarustica
An early 5-1 deficit was too much for the Los Angeles Angels to overcome as they fell 8-5 to the Miami Marlins Friday night, suffering their third straight loss. 248 more words
Al Pacino’s character in “Godfather III” famously said, “Just when I think I am out … they pull me back in.” A similar lament might be issued by the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim, who fell 4-0 to the Tampa Bay Rays Thursday and tumbled back to .500. 134 more words
Despite owning Mike Trout – the best player in baseball – the Los Angeles Angels haven’t made the playoffs in each of the last two seasons and, at 25-24, are seven games back of the Astros (31-16) in the AL West. 549 more words
Albert Pujols hit a two-run home run in the top of the first inning for his 597th career homer, but that was it for offense Wednesday night as the Los Angeles Angels lost 5-2 to the Tampa Bay Rays at Tropicana Field. 171 more words
In appreciation of Mike Trout’s consistent greatness, Mike Trout Monday is For The Win’s weekly roundup of stuff Mike Trout did.
NEW YORK — This weekend, Mike Trout made his first regular-season visit to Citi Field and his first appearance at the Mets’ home park since the 2013 All-Star Game. 1,088 more words
Usually, the Angels fall behind and rally late. On Sunday in New York, the Halos reversed the trend, scoring nine runs in the first three innings and going on to a 12-5 win over the Mets to finish their series at Citi Field. 185 more words