Albert Pujols Gets Robbed At The Wall, Tries To Undress Bartolo Colon

In the seventh inning of yesterday's Athletics-Angels game, Albert Pujols sent a Bartolo Colon fastball deep into center field. Unfortunately for Pujols, Chris Young was there to snatch away what very well may have been a home run. That's when Pujols decided that Colon's jersey needed to pay the price. » 7/22/13 11:23am 7/22/13 11:23am

Angels Fans Are Not Paying Attention

OK, what the hell has gotten into baseball fans this year? Nationals fans are treating their stadium like a public library, Phillies fans are going to games with an entire arsenal of Apple products, and now we've got a handful of Angels fans doing what they can to distract themselves from the action on the field.… » 6/24/13 11:43am 6/24/13 11:43am

The Baseball Writers' New VP Pulled The Ol' Switcheroo With His American …

On September 30, LaVelle E. Neal III, the Twins beat writer for the Minneapolis Star Tribune, wrote an impassioned summation of why Angels super-rookie Mike Trout should be considered the clear favorite for American League MVP. It's short, but it's actually a good, quick defense against the old-school, RBI-enamored… » 11/15/12 9:30pm 11/15/12 9:30pm

Eat It, Nerds: Miguel Cabrera Won The American League MVP, And It…

Miguel Cabrera, the Detroit Tigers' big third baseman, hit for the triple crown—.330 batting average, 44 home runs, 139 RBI—in 2012. His triple crown was baseball's first since Carl Yastrzemski's in 1967. Impressive! But it probably wasn't the league's best offensive season, and it assuredly wasn't its best overall… » 11/15/12 7:09pm 11/15/12 7:09pm

Vernon Wells' Full-Speed Header Over The Outfield Wall Was Quite…

Times aren't great for the $154 million Angels, currently four games behind the A's for second place in the AL West. If they're going to make up any ground fast, they're going to need to (a) stop giving up bombs like this Ian Kinsler shot, and (b) keep their left-fielders from doing unnecessary headers over the… » 9/18/12 11:43pm 9/18/12 11:43pm

There Are Two Relievers Who Are Doing Really Absurd Things Right Now

The Cincinnati Reds have played 54 games, officially one-third of their 2012 schedule. And the Angeles de Anaheim have played a few more games than that. We're at a point in the season when peculiarities morph into real, dependable success. That means we have no choice but to pay attention to Aroldis Chapman and… » 6/06/12 1:15pm 6/06/12 1:15pm