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Angels Hire Billy Eppler as New GM

By: Kyle May

On Sunday night, the Angels officially announced the signing of Billy Eppler as their new GM. Eppler has been an executive for the Yankees for the last 11 seasons. 237 more words


Halo Dog Days: 10/4/15 - Rangers 9, Angels 2

Texas rallies big in 7th to beat Angels, Angels fall short of playoffs

Aaron Forstner/The Halos Network

ARLINGTON – Despite all of the Angels ups & downs over the course of the 2015 season, their hot play over the course of the final few weeks of the season put them into position where they were still alive for postseason play heading into the final day of the season. 1,417 more words

Los Angeles Angels Of Anaheim

Angels 'are human,' will scoreboard watch ...

Every game in Sunday’s potential regular-season finale will start at 2 p.m. CT, which means every score from from around the Majors will be displayed on Globe Life Park’s left-field fence. 480 more words

Scioscia's Throne: Game 162 - Angels @ Rangers - 10/4/15 12:05pm PT

Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim (85-76, 3rd AL West) @ Texas Rangers (87-74, 1st AL West)

Globe Life Park – Arlington, TX

Weather Forecast @ 1st Pitch: Sunny, 76F, Wind NNE 6mph, 0% Chance of Rain… 541 more words

Los Angeles Angels Of Anaheim

Brent Weber looks at Angels five game season to close out late run for MLB playoffs in 2015

A seven game win streak for the Angels erased a 7-game deficit the Angels had on the playoffs when they entered September. It’s now come down to one against the A’s  and four in Texas.


Angels rally past A's in 9th for their 6th straight win, 5-4

David Murphy looked around at the loaded bases, the drawn-in infield and the left-handed Oakland pitcher on the mound in the bottom of the ninth inning of a crucial game for the Los Angeles Angels’ playoff hopes. 729 more words


Angels take 5th straight with 3-2 win over Mariners to stay in post-season hunt

Always great to get to the ballpark, and I’ve seen a few bizarre season finishes in Anaheim.  Maybe this will be one of those shocking final stretches – in a good way – as the Angels continue to play improved team baseball despite the injuries (closer Huston Street is the latest) that have challenged them to pencil in a regular lineup, top to bottom and on the pitching staff. 17 more words