Whether from a star's output or the torch being passed without missing a beat, some spots on the diamond are always in good hands. Who has had it best?
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Southern California native Danny Espinosa said it's "like a dream" to play for his hometown team, and he's ready to be the everyday second baseman for the Los Angeles Angels.
Owner Arte Moreno says the Angels are in better shape financially and will stay in their stadium until at least 2029.
Reigning American League MVP Mike Trout arrived at spring training with a new haircut, a vow to steal more bases and a subtle dig at the governor of New Jersey.
Jered Weaver has agreed to a one-year, $3 million deal with the Padres after spending his entire 11-year career with the Angels.
Can Matt Harvey be an ace again? Will the legend of Kyle Schwarber grow? Here are the big names due back with the most at stake.
The Angels reportedly are not interested in Matt Wieters even if the price of the free-agent catcher continues to drop.
After knee surgery ended the least impressive season of his career, Huston Street is in a fight this spring for the Angels' closer role -- and he welcomes it.
The Angels were able to add this winter without losing anyone of real consequence. Is that enough to make a difference for Mike Trout & Co.?
Chicago's title was a storybook finish to 108 years of heartache. But the game's last great story? Hardly. Here's how the next chapter could unfold.
The right-hander's 2016 season ended prematurely because of a torn elbow ligament. But rather than undergo Tommy John surgery, he opted for a different treatment method and is now ready for spring training. Will the medical gamble pay off in the long run?
Jason Heyward to center? Matt Wieters to L.A.? And who is Francis Martes? Position changes, trades and breakthroughs will make news before Opening Day.
Invitations to camp can mean first glances for prospects and last chances for veterans like Josh Hamilton. Who should be on your spring scorecard?
Former Angels lefty C.J. Wilson told CBS Sports Radio that he has decided to commit to auto racing, though he stopped short of ruling out a return to baseball.
With the historic start to his career, Mike Trout seems like a sure thing to age gracefully as he enters his age-25 season. But he's not the only star set to shine far beyond his 30th birthday.
A mega-deal involving an ace? Both teams get an A. Whiff badly as one AL Central team did? That's an F. Here's our hot stove report card for 2017.
Of these five athletes, arguably the best in their respective sports, who is the greatest overall? Vote now!
Once the worst farm system in baseball, the Angels are slowly improving with high-floor college guys, high school prospects and high-ceiling athletes.
A surprising push from a playoff race or one bad stretch from rebuilding mode, these squads have the most to gain (or lose) in 2017.
Dustin Ackley, the No. 2 overall pick in the 2009 draft, signed a minor league deal with the Los Angeles Angels on Saturday, including an invitation to major league spring training.
Dustin Pedroia getting down and dirty. Trea Turner's speed. Nelson Cruz's power. Put those all together and there's a lot to be excited about in 2017.
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Matt Shoemaker said Fri. he'll head to spring training in 1 week & that when he throws off a mound in uniform for the 1st time since a Kyle Seager liner struck his head 9/4, "I don't think there'll be any worries, but there'll be a lot of adrenaline flowing, for sure." Recovered from a skull fracture & brain bleed that required surgery, Shoemaker told Outside the Lines he tried a couple of protective headwear products this offseason & in Tempe he'll assess his comfort with wearing one in games.