4:48 AM EDT, Sat July 24, 2021
Halos Heaven

Justin Upton activated off Injured List

Photo by Michael Owens/ The outfielder is back after missing nearly a month The Angels made a number of roster moves ahead of their game in Minnesota on Thursday, with the most notable being the club getting outfielder Justin Upton back from the injured list. Upton missed nearly a month after being placed on the IL with a lower back strain. Prior to his injury, Upton was hitting .247 with an OPS of .816 to go along with 14 home runs and 32 runs driven in. With another outfielder being on the club, the Angels sent Taylor Ward to Triple-A. The outfield looks a little...

OC Register

Brandon Marsh gets his chance with Angels after long year

The 23-year-old outfielder began the year rehabilitating a shoulder labrum injury and did not debut with the Angels’ Triple-A affiliate until May.

NESN.com

Danny Santana Update: When Red Sox Utilityman Will Rejoin Boston

Danny Santana could return to Boston in the very near future, according to Red Sox manager Alex Cora. Santana, who suffered a quad injury and ultimately was pulled from a game against the Los Angeles Angels on July 7, was in Triple-A Worcester on Sunday. Unfortunately, that game in Worcester was cut short after five […] The post Danny Santana Update: When Red Sox Utilityman Will Rejoin Boston appeared first on NESN.com.

OC Register

Angels sign veteran outfielder Adam Eaton

Eaton, 32, appeared in 58 games for the White Sox this season, batting .201 with five home runs, 28 RBIs and 33 runs scored in 189 at-bats. The Angels are still waiting on Mike Trout (calf) and Justin Upton (back) to return from injuries.

NESN.com

Danny Santana Injury: Latest On Red Sox Utilityman, Who Left Vs. Angels

A quad injury is what ultimately got Danny Santana pulled from Tuesday night’s Boston Red Sox game. The super-utilityman, who most often has played first base or in the outfield this season for the Sox, came up lame while running out a groundout to end the top of the seventh inning of the eventual 5-3 […] The post Danny Santana Injury: Latest On Red Sox Utilityman, Who Left Vs. Angels appeared first on NESN.com.

OC Register

Angels puzzled by Justin Upton’s lingering back injury

When Upton hurt his back June 22, manager Joe Maddon said it was considered a day-to-day injury, but now the outfielder likely won't return until after the All-Star break

NESN.com

Marwin Gonzalez Injury: Why Red Sox Utility Man Was Pulled Vs. Angels

Boston Red Sox utility man Marwin Gonzalez was pulled from Monday’s game against the Los Angeles Angels after just two innings, but it seems we have our answer as to why. Gonzalez was replaced by Danny Santana in left field due to right hamstring tightness, as reported on the NESN broadcast. Gonzalez had scored from […] The post Marwin Gonzalez Injury: Why Red Sox Utility Man Was Pulled Vs. Angels appeared first on NESN.com.

OC Register

Angels’ Shohei Ohtani to pitch and hit at All-Star Game

Angels manager Joe Maddon said that Rays manager Kevin Cash, who will manage the AL All-Star team, told him he wants Ohtani to pitch in the game. He was already voted the starting DH. There are more decisions that need to be made about how he'll combine those roles in the game.

NESN.com

Red Sox Don’t Anticipate Marwin Gonzalez Injury ‘To Be IL Thing’

Marwin Gonzalez was pulled in Monday night’s series opener against the Los Angeles Angels, and is out of the lineup again for Game 2. The Boston Red Sox utility man had tightness in his right hamstring, and Danny Santana replaced him in left field. According to manager Alex Cora, the team doesn’t anticipate the injury […] The post Red Sox Don’t Anticipate Marwin Gonzalez Injury ‘To Be IL Thing’ appeared first on NESN.com.

NESN.com

Chris Sale Update: Latest On Where Red Sox Ace Stands In Rehab Timeline

Boston Red Sox pitcher Chris Sale continues to inch closer to his return after Tommy John surgery and manager Alex Cora revealed the latest Monday. Cora told reporters before Monday night’s game against the Los Angeles Angels that Sale will throw two innings of live batting practice Tuesday in Fort Myers. And, as The Athletic’s […] The post Chris Sale Update: Latest On Where Red Sox Ace Stands In Rehab Timeline appeared first on NESN.com.

BaltimoreBaseball.com

Cobb shuts down Orioles, 4-1; Bundy happy to see former team; Minor league update

Alex Cobb frustrated the Orioles during his three seasons with team. He frustrated them again in his first start since he was traded from the Orioles to the Los Angeles Angels last December. Cobb (6-3) had an injury-prone three years after signing a four-year, $57 million contract, winning just seven games, none at home. He […]

DRaysBay

Series Preview: Let’s take two in DC

Kyle Schwarber #12, Gerardo Parra #88, and Juan Soto #22 of the Washington Nationals celebrate their 5-1 win against the Miami Marlins at loanDepot park on June 27, 2021 in Miami, Florida. | Photo by Mark Brown/ The Tampa Bay Rays won the series against the Los Angeles Angels, but with the Boston Red Sox sweeping the New York Yankees the Rays have dropped out of the top place in the American League East, where they are currently 1 game behind. The Washington Nationals had started the year off with a losing record — many assumed they’d be sellers at the trade...

Halos Heaven

Mike Trout transferred to 60-day IL

Tim Heitman-USA TODAY Sports He’ll be out until at least after the All-Star break On Monday, the Angels transfeered Mike Trout to the 60-day Injured List, meaning he won’t be eligible to return until after July 17. Trout will be out until at least after the All-Star break. Angels manager Joe Maddon told reporters that Trout is progressing well and that he took his first swings in the batting cage since suffering his injury back on May 17. However, Maddon still doesn’t have a date as to when we can expect Trout, meaning it could be after the July 17 return date....

Halos Heaven

Shohei Ohtani finishes with tri-cycle as Angels beat Rays

Nathan Ray Seebeck-USA TODAY Sports What can’t he do? Shohei Ohtani almost added another incredible achievement to his resume on Sunday, as he finished a single short of hitting for the cycle. I know, imagine needing only a single to complete the cycle! Too bad. The Angels will take it, as they picked up the 6-4 victory over the Rays. The Halos’ offense came alive late, as they scored a run in their final four innings. In the top of the sixth, Ohtani hit a double to drive in a run and give the Angels the 2-1 lead. In typical Angels fashion though, the bullpen...

Minneapolis Star-Tribune

Ohtani hits 25th homer, drives in 3 as Angels beat Rays 6-4

Shohei Ohtani hit his 25th homer and drove in three runs, and the Los Angeles Angels stopped a five-game losing streak by beating the Tampa Bay Rays 6-4 on Sunday.

DRaysBay

Rays 4, Angels 6: Bullpen Can’t Close the Deal

Nathan Ray Seebeck-USA TODAY Sports Homers from Lowe and Choi are not enough as the bullpen gives up the lead late. Also, please stop pitching to Ohtani. On a rare day when the Rays bullpen was unable to lock down a two run lead late, Tampa Bay had to settle for a little meatloaf against their former skipper Joe Maddon, as they dropoped a tough 6-4 decision to the LA Ohtanis. The loss prevented the Rays from sweeping the season series, and combined with the Red Sox victory over the Yankees, dropped the Rays out of first place in the AL East, .5 game back of Boston. With...

DRaysBay

Rays 13, Angels 3: Saturdays are for the Rays

Photo by Douglas P. DeFelice/ 13 runs, 15 hits, 47th W! The Rays are at home and continue a three-game series against the Los Angeles Angels after taking the first game, 4-3. Shane McClanahan takes the mound for the Rays against former-Ray Alex Cobb on Devil Rays Night. Saturdays are for the Devil Rays pic.twitter.com/W1Qicb4GUu— Tampa Bay Rays (@RaysBaseball) June 26, 2021 McClanahan got the game going by getting Ohtani out on one pitch and followed that up with a pair of strikeouts to end the first. In the bottom of the first, Wander Franco lined out to right...

DRaysBay

Rays 4, Angels 3: 500 wins for Kevin Cash!

Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports On Friday night the Tampa Bay Rays welcomed the Los Angeles Angels to Tropicana Field to open a three game set. After taking the final two games from the Boston Red Sox, the Rays continued their winning ways against the Angels with a 4-3 win. Andrew Kittredge took the mound as the opener and quickly surrendered the first run of the game as he gave up a leadoff blast to Shohei Ohtani. Two batters later he would give up his second bomb of the inning to Anthony Rendon. The Rays quickly answered in the bottom half of the first. Yandy Diaz led...

OC Register

Fundamental lapse costs Angels in loss to Rays

A misplay in the seventh inning leads to the tie-breaking run as the Angels open their seven-game East Coast trip with a 4-3 loss on Friday, their fourth in a row.

Pujols' 4-RBI day leads Angels to 6-4 win | Rays-Angels Game Highlights 9/15/19

Condensed Game: Albert Pujols homered as part of a four-RBI day and Hansel Robles notched a four-out save to seal the Angels' 6-4 victory Don't forget to subscribe! https://www.youtube.com/mlb Follow us elsewhere too: Twitter: https://twitter.com/MLB In

d'Arnaud propels the Rays past the Halos | Rays-Angels Game Highlights 9/14/19

Condensed Game: Travis d'Arnaud hit a bases-clearing double, and Emilio Pagan earned his 20th save in the Rays' 3-1 win over the Angels Don't forget to subscribe! https://www.youtube.com/mlb Follow us elsewhere too: Twitter: https://twitter.com/MLB Inst

Rays use long ball to power past Angels | Rays-Angels Game Highlights 9/13/19

Condensed Game: Willy Adames, Austin Meadows, Jesus Aguilar and Guillermo Heredia all homered to fuel the Rays' 11-4 win against the Angels Don't forget to subscribe! https://www.youtube.com/mlb Follow us elsewhere too: Twitter: https://twitter.com/MLB