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Angels regulars Albert Pujols, Ian Kinsler, Martin Maldonado get a day off vs. Blue Jays

Angels regulars Albert Pujols, Ian Kinsler, Martin Maldonado get a day off vs. Blue Jays

Center fielder Mike Trout was limited to DH duties Saturday because of finger injury as Manager Mike Scioscia went with a makeshift lineup against the Toronto Blue Jays.
AZ Snake Pit Jun 20, 2018
Diamondbacks 4, Angels 5: Late Rally Falls Short

Diamondbacks 4, Angels 5: Late Rally Falls Short

The offense waited until the top of the ninth to really put anything together, and by then it was too late. Both teams started the scoring off early. Jon Jay lead off the top of the first with a single. Paul Goldschmidt struck out, and Jake Lamb single. During Lamb’s at bat, Angel’s starter Felix Pena launched a wild pitch, so after the single, Jay ended up at third. Peralta came to the plate and grounded into a fielder’s choice, bringing Jay home from third. In the bottom of the inning, Ian Kinsler lead off with a solo home run off Matt Koch in response. Tied at 1 Arizona put...
www.bostonherald.com Jun 20, 2018
Trout stays hot, Angels hold on for 5-4 win over Arizona

Trout stays hot, Angels hold on for 5-4 win over Arizona

ANAHEIM, Calif. — There is never a June gloom for Los Angeles Angels superstar Mike Trout.Trout drove in two runs, Kole Calhoun and Ian Kinsler added solo homers and the Angels held on for a 5-4 victory over the Arizona Diamondbacks on Tuesday night.Trout continued his torrid hitting in June by slapping a sharp first-pitch single to left-center with the bases loaded in the fifth inning, and a throwing error by Jarrod Dyson allowing Kinsler to score as the Angels took a 4-2 lead."We have to be more than Mike, but believe me, that's a situation we love to have him swing the bat," Angels...
OC Register Jun 19, 2018
Mike Trout sparks Angels to second win in their last nine games, 5-4 over Diamondbacks

Mike Trout sparks Angels to second win in their last nine games, 5-4 over Diamondbacks

Two-time AL MVP clears the bases with a fifth-inning single and Ian Kinsler and Kole Calhoun hit home runs in support of first-time major league starter Felix Peña.
Twinkie Town Jun 10, 2018
Twins 7, Angels 5: Put up a crooked number

Twins 7, Angels 5: Put up a crooked number

The offense decided to show up, Fernando Romero did just enough, and Fernando Rodney didn’t blow it. Fernando Romero was off, then on, then off again, and then on again today. He mostly worked out of trouble, and did enough to earn a win. His teammates did the rest, and picked him up with some run support. Ian Kinsler didn’t lead the game off with a home run. He did take a walk though, and then take second on a wild pitch, and third on a passed ball. Mike Trout got rung up on what should have been ball four. A four pitch walk (which became intentional at 3-0) to Justin Upton put runners...
Halos Heaven Jun 9, 2018
Angels eek out 2-1 victory on a soggy Minneapolis day

Angels eek out 2-1 victory on a soggy Minneapolis day

The rain delay didn’t bother Tyler Skaggs - or Kyle Gibson Angels 2 Twins 1 Official attendance for this afternoon game that turned into an evening game was 24,061. But that was BEFORE the 4 hour rain delay to get this game started. Runs and attendance were both sparse in this one. In typical Angels fashion, only 2 runs were scored with a solo shot by Ian Kinsler in the 3rd and another solo shot by Albert Pujols in the 6th. The later had much significance since it was not only Pujols’ 623rd career home runs, but his 1,951st RBI which put him at 7th on the all time list and tied with...

Kyle Gibson goes seven innings but gives up two home runs in loss to Angels

Ian Kinsler and Albert Pujols homered off the Twins’ Kyle Gibson as the Angels won 2-1 and stretched their winning streak to six games.
OC Register Jun 9, 2018
Angels’ sixth straight win is worth the wait for Tyler Skaggs

Angels’ sixth straight win is worth the wait for Tyler Skaggs

The left-hander continues his bounceback June, and home runs by Albert Pujols and Ian Kinsler paved the way to a 2-1 win over the Minnesota Twins.
Twinkie Town Jun 9, 2018
Angels 4, Twins 2: Bullpen Barfs Bombs

Angels 4, Twins 2: Bullpen Barfs Bombs

Prince Night didn’t get promoted for this. Your Minnesota Twins bullpen has given up more homers than any relief corps in baseball, and the Demon Dong struck again tonight. A two-out, two-strike hanging curve from Ryan Pressly was promptly souvenired by Ian Kinsler, giving Anaheim a lead they wouldn’t lose. (They’ll always be Anaheim to me, baby.) The first six innings were a pitching duel on Prince Night, and in this battle of bands it was the tambourine players who scored. Martin Maldonado singled in the game’s first run early, and Robbie Grossman (!) had a sixth-inning monster...
OC Register Jun 8, 2018
Ian Kinsler’s home run caps comeback victory for Angels

Ian Kinsler’s home run caps comeback victory for Angels

The veteran leadoff hitter, who only recently re-discovered his power stroke, erased a 2-1 deficit with a two-run home run in the seventh inning against the Twins. Garrett Richards settled for another no-decision.
Halos Heaven Jun 7, 2018
Ian Kinsler notches two all-important hits as Angels prevail over Royals 4-3

Ian Kinsler notches two all-important hits as Angels prevail over Royals 4-3

Angels relievers parcel together five innings as Ohtani exits early with a blister. Angels 4 Royals 3 Ian Kinsler has at times struggled mightily during the season, but tonight was not one of those times. Kinsler hammered a middle-middle fastball off Royals reliever Scott Barlow in the sixth-inning to left field for the game’s go-ahead run(s), and Justin Upton added a solo shot in the seventh, as the Angels finished off a three-game sweep against the Royals, improving to 6-0 against the sky-blue. (The 7th game of the season is a makeup and will be played in Kansas City later this...
Royals Review Jun 7, 2018
Noted regicide Ian Kinsler strikes again, handing Royals a 4-3 loss

Noted regicide Ian Kinsler strikes again, handing Royals a 4-3 loss

‘Ian Kinsler home run’ are words Royals fan never want to hear again Why When the Kansas City Royals were last slated to face Los Angeles Angels Shohei Ohtani, rain at Kauffman Stadium wiped that game away. But today, the Royals and Angels faced in sunny California, and the game was played as per usual. And though Ohtani exited the game in the fifth inning due to a blister, Kansas City saw enough of his talent to be glad they aren’t facing him anytime soon again, as Ohtani and the Angels defeated the Royals 4-3. Is Ohtani, the 6’4” Japenese 23-year-old phenom, wasn’t perfect. In...
Halos Heaven Jun 2, 2018
Scumbag Rougned Odor tried to tarnish Angels 6-0 win over Rangers with scumbaggery? Yep, checks out

Scumbag Rougned Odor tried to tarnish Angels 6-0 win over Rangers with scumbaggery? Yep, checks out

The score was 6-0 Halos, there was one out in the top of the 9th, and noted slimeball Odor decided to spike Andrelton Simmons via cheap shot slide into second, because he’s Rougned Odor, of course. Angels 6 Rangers 0 Yes, the Angels destroyed the Rangers at the Big A on Friday night. Yes, Jaime Barria was good once again, getting his fifth win in seven tries, as he gave up just four hits in six innings of work, while fanning six Texas batters. Yep, Ian Kinsler stayed hot with the lumber, driving in a couple runs, and yessir, Mike Trout and Albert Pujols had two-hits each and Andrelton...
OC Register Jun 1, 2018
Jaime Barria, 21, outshines 45-year-old Bartolo Colon in Angels’ win over Rangers

Jaime Barria, 21, outshines 45-year-old Bartolo Colon in Angels’ win over Rangers

The rookie right-hander throws six shutout innings in his eighth career start, becoming the first Angels pitcher this season to win four consecutive decisions. Albert Pujols and Ian Kinsler hit home runs.
SportsDay Jun 1, 2018
Friday's pitching matchup: Rangers' Colon faces opponent less than half his age

Friday's pitching matchup: Rangers' Colon faces opponent less than half his age

On deckFriday's pitching matchupRANGERS STARTER RHP BARTOLO COLON (2-2, 3.55) is 2-0 with a 1.59 ERA for four road starts this season. The 45-year-old Colon allowed a season-high two walks in seven innings during a no-decision against Kansas City on Saturday. Colon has the third-lowest walks rate in the majors at 2.8 percent. Colon lost his only start against the Angels last season, allowing two runs in 2 1/3 innings.LOVES TO FACE: Ian Kinsler is hitting .250 with one walk in 26 career plate appearances against Colon.HATES TO FACE: Mike Trout is 10 for 18 with three homers lifetime against...

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