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62-59, 2nd in AL West

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

Jered Weaver announced his retirement today after 12 seasons and 150 wins in the big leagues. He twice finished in the top three in the Cy Young voting, but he was also one of the more entertaining pitchers to watch with his unusual slingshot delivery and ability to keep batters guessing. Even as he lost his fastball he remained effective for a few seasons, going slow, slower and slowest and displaying the art of pitching.

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Mike Trout closing in on hitting mark

The Angels slugger is closing in on 200 career home runs. If Trout can eclipse the mark this season he would put himself alongside of some Hall of Fame company.


Valbuena, Calhoun homer to lift Angels past Nationals 3-2

Luis Valbuena and Kole Calhoun homered, Ricky Nolasco bounced back from a rocky first inning before exiting with an injury and the Los Angeles Angels defeated the Washington Nationals 3-2 on Wednesday to split their two-game series.

Eric Karabell ESPN Senior Writer 

It is odd that everyone seems to be hitting more home runs but Angels outfielder Kole Calhoun, who homered today, is headed the other direction. Calhoun hit 26 blasts two seasons ago but isn't likely to approach that figure in 2017. One must assume there has been some underlying injury so don't ignore him as a potential top-50 outfielder next season. He could certainly bounce back.

Calhoun puts Angels up for good with 2-run shot (0:24)
Zimmerman puts Nats up early with 2-run HR (0:28)
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Veteran pitcher Weaver announces retirement

Three-time All-Star pitcher Jered Weaver announced his retirement from baseball Wednesday, ending a 12-year career spent mostly with the Los Angeles Angels.

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Angels' Heaney set to return after TJ surgery

Angels left-hander Andrew Heaney, who had Tommy John surgery in July 2016, will likely make just his second start since the start of the 2016 season later this week.

Murphy's acrobatic grab gets Nats out of bases-loaded jam (0:20)
Kendrick blasts two homers against his former team (0:43)
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Power Rankings: Angels on the rise

The Halos are 10-3 since the calendar flipped to August, vaulting themselves back into the thick of an increasingly crowded American League wild-card picture.

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Ranking contender managers: Mike Scioscia

Once regarded as the game's top skipper, Scioscia's resistance and/or slow embrace of sabermetric concepts such as defensive shifting has hurt his standing.


Race for the 2nd AL wild card

ESPN Stats and Information's Mark Simon examines the wild-card chances for the Rays, Twins, Angels, Orioles, Royals and Mariners.


That's a lot of power

Albert Pujols, Ken Griffey Jr. and Nelson Cruz posed for a photo prior to Sunday's game between the Angels and Mariners. The trio has a combined 1,550 career home runs. (ncboomstick23/Instagram)

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Baylor: Ferocious competitor, cherished friend

Don Baylor was memorialized in his hometown of Austin, Texas. One former teammate remembered, "He helped make us all better players, but more importantly, he showed us how we should respect one another and work together towards a common goal."


Angels rally from 4-run deficit to top Mariners 6-5

Mike Trout scored from second base on Jean Segura's error in the top of the ninth inning, and the Los Angeles Angels rallied from a four-run deficit for a 6-5 win over the Seattle Mariners on Friday night.

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AL wild-card race heating up

Entering Friday, the Mariners and Rays are tied for the second wild-card spot, with five other teams trailing by 3 1/2 games or less.

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Thursday's longest home runs

Eugenio Suarez's seventh-inning shot off the Padres' Brad Hand, his 20th of the year, was the longest blast. Meanwhile, Nelson Cruz had one of the night's five longest home runs for the third time in two days.

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Robinson to Triple-A, Marte recalled

The Angels have sent OF Shane Robinson to Triple-A Salt Lake and recalled INF/OF Jefry Marte, who will man third base on Thursday against Seattle.

Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Batting Average.24327th
On Base Percentage.31326th
Slugging Percentage.38928th
Earned Run Average4.1310th
Quality Starts51Tied-19th

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