12:52 AM EDT, Sun July 23, 2017
Los Angeles Times

When Mike Trout plays, baseball wins, even if the Angels do not

The kid is cursed, or so the story goes. Mike Trout’s talent is being wasted by the Angels, yada, yada, yada. It’s an accurate description of what’s happened to the best player in baseball over the last couple of seasons, except here we are in mid-July, two weeks from the nonwaiver trade deadline...

Los Angeles Times

Parker Bridwell makes his case for Angels in 2-1 victory over Twins

On April 17, the Angels made an unheralded trade to acquire a 25-year-old right-hander named Parker Bridwell from Baltimore. They assigned him to their double-A affiliate in Mobile, Ala. One month later, they called him up for a spot start. A month after that, they did it again, and, more and more,...

Orange County Register

Nick Franklin earns immediate start for Angels after trade

ANAHEIM — Nick Franklin has to run. First to the training room, then to the batting cage, then to a meeting with hitting coach Dave Hansen. The 26-year-old barely gets to sit down at his new Angels locker — which still doesn’t have his name on it — before the team hits the field for pregame […]


Angles Acquire Nick Franklin

The Brewers and Angels completed a minor trade on Friday.

Larry Brown Sports

Mike Trout reportedly wanted to sign ‘lifetime deal’ with Angels

Mike Trout will be just 28 years old when he becomes eligible to hit free agency after the 2020 season, and the Los Angeles Angels are going to have to pay an astronomical amount of money in order to keep him. According to a report, Trout proposed an idea back in 2014 that could have...Read More

Time to Schein: Is Mike Trout on the trade block?

Adam Schein discusses reports that the Angels are looking to move star outfielder Mike Trout this offseason.