The Los Angeles Angels haven't won a whole lot of games, even with Mike Trout carrying the load. Joe Peta wonders if they've given him enough help to make a difference in 2017.
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Mike Trout is the type of player that could lead a team to the playoffs, but he can't do it alone. The Halos will need their starters to stay healthy and perform.
The two-time AL MVP wants to see veteran umps given more time to get in shape during the spring and younger ones more big league experience.
Since he reached the majors in late 2012, no one has come close to saving as many runs as Andrelton Simmons, who's projected to be among the league leaders again in 2017.
Backed by three diving defensive stops in the ninth inning, Los Angeles got a combined no-hitter in a 4-0 victory over Seattle on Friday night.
The Halos have lot of fragile players who need to stay healthy for the team to contend for a wild-card spot, and thanks to their barren farm system there's a thin margin for error.
Los Angeles Angels infielder Luis Valbuena left Wednesday's spring training game after only three innings due a right hamstring strain, the team announced Thursday.
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Andrelton Simmons, Jonathan Schoop, and Xander Bogaerts repping for Team Netherlands.
If you need one guy in baseball for any kind of at-bat, Mike Trout should be your pick.
Buster Olney talks to Hall of Famer Nolan Ryan about the pitchers he admired, his memories of the 1969 World Series, the toughest hitters he ever faced and much more.
Matt Shoemaker says he feels "pretty normal" when balls are hit up the middle this spring. His 2016 season ended after he was hit in the head by a batted ball.
Nolasco's fastballs got hit hard last season, but he had success with his breaking pitches. Can he maintain a balancing act between his offerings to remain a valuable arm for innings?
Albert Pujols played in his first game since foot surgery, going 0-for-2 with a walk in the Los Angeles Angels' spring training game against San Diego on Friday.
Yunel Escobar was away from the Los Angeles Angels' spring training camp on Friday to take his oath to become a U.S. citizen.
Year after year, the Angels superstar earns his rep as baseball's best ballplayer. But even if Trout keeps ticking, there's a small group of players who could take the title in 2017.
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Wednesday marks 25 days until Opening Day on ESPN! Mike Trout is the 5th position player to win 2 MVP awards by age 25, along with Hall-of-Famers Johnny Bench, Mickey Mantle, Stan Musial and Jimmie Foxx (AP Photo/Getty Images)
The Angels won't be terrible, but they're extremely light on pitching depth. It could be tough for them to hang near .500.
Calhoun's improved strikeout-to-walk ratio last season breeds confidence that he can emerge as a power threat with an above-average OBP.
Before a conversation with Angels GM Billy Eppler about Mike Trout, Albert Pujols & more, Buster Olney and Keith Law discuss the regrets some teams have about SP signings. Plus, Jason Beck weighs on on the Tigers' spring struggles.
Angels GM Billy Eppler chats with Buster Olney about the importance of solid defense behind the plate, Albert Pujols' health at this point, Mike Trout's athleticism & more.
Once he cut down on the amount of fast food he was eating, Andrelton Simmons felt much more at home in the U.S. And he even adjusted to everything being so quiet.
Last year, 207 Latino players appeared on Opening Day rosters. In their spirit, ESPN introduces Béisbol Life, a season-long project that celebrates Latino players in the game.
Angels third baseman Yunel Escobar has become a U.S. citizen more than a decade after escaping Cuba.