Monday's Say Hey, Baseball includes another season of Trout without the playoffs, the last Red Sox game for Don Orsillo, and some early playoff roster announcements. Subscribe for your daily Say Hey! Listen, we know it’s tough to catch up on everything happening in the baseball world each morning. Show More Summary
Mike Trout punctuated his leadoff triple in the ninth inning Friday night with a head-first slide in which he skidded about 10 feet in the dirt, grabbing the bag with his left hand and pumping his right fist at the Angels dugout as he let out a primal scream. An offense that managed one single...
Mike Trout hit a leadoff triple in the ninth and then scored the winning run in a 2-1 victory on Friday over the Texas Rangers, keeping the Los Angeles Angels' playoff hopes alive.
Mike Trout hit a leadoff triple in the ninth inning and scored on Albert Pujols' tiebreaking single, sending the wild card-contending Los Angeles Angels to a 2-1 win over Texas that kept the Rangers from clinching the AL West title Friday night.
Last season, it was center fielder Mike Trout’s high strikeout rate -- he led the American League with 184 of them -- that raised concern among Angels followers. This season, it’s Kole Calhoun’s whiff rate -- the right fielder entered Friday night’s game with a team-high 157 strikeouts, including...
This is hard to imagine now, but there was a time when Mike Trout's teammates thought the phenom needed to be taken down a peg.
Tim Salmon was in right field for one of the greatest catches in Angels franchise history, when center fielder Jim Edmonds, after a lengthy run, made a full-extension diving grab, with his back to home plate, of David Howard's drive to the warning track in Kansas City in May 1996.
The Angels are not going to make the playoffs this season, but they still have the American League MVP favorite in Mike Trout. Trout has hit a career-high 40 dingers this season and has also, according to MLB’s Statcast, robbed the most as well. Show More Summary
Sunday's Say Hey, Baseball includes a look at the Mets defying all odds to win the NL East, Mike Trout doing Mike Trout things, and a cigar defeating a certain Toronto Blue Jay. Subscribe for your daily Say Hey! Listen, we know it’s tough to catch up on everything happening in the baseball world each morning. Show More Summary
Mariners first baseman Jesus Montero belted a shot to center field that should have broken open Saturday’s Mariners-Angels game, (...)
Just when you thought Los Angeles Angels star Mike Trout couldn't possibly do anything else to make your jaw drop, he does something like this—and totally outdoes himself. In the top of the fourth inning of Saturday's game, Seattle Mariners first baseman Jesus Montero hit a drive that looked destined for the trees behind the center field wall. Show More Summary
Mike Trout is not easily impressed with himself. On this night, he could not help himself. When he returned to Earth, he mouthed several words, including this one: Wow.
We interrupt this college football Saturday to bring you some breaking news: Mike Trout is a really good outfielder. Okay, you knew that already, but the latest evidence of that fact still deserves some attention.Read full article >...
Your browser does not support iframes. Robbing a home run is extremely hard, especially when the ball is well clear of the wall like the one Jesus Montero hit. It takes a combination of supreme athleticism and perfect timing. There is...Show More Summary
Wednesday's Say Hey, Baseball includes the Trout vs. Harper question, the passing of Yogi Berra, and the NL playoff race. Subscribe for your daily Say Hey! Listen, we know it's tough to catch up on everything happening in the baseball world each morning. Show More Summary
Mike Scioscia will never forget that 2009 summer day in Angel Stadium when Mike Trout, 17 years old and only weeks removed from his senior year at Millville (N.J.) High School, gave the team a taste of what was to come.
A good night's sleep might be overrated, as the bleary-eyed Angels can attest after an adrenaline-fueled 11-8 come-from-behind victory over the Minnesota Twins at Target Field on Thursday night.
Mike Trout hit a grand slam and a solo shot to set a career high for home runs in a season with 38 and the Los Angeles Angels beat the Minnesota Twins 11-8 on Thursday night.
The Angels entered play Thursday with a 12.4-percent chance of making the postseason, per FanGraphs, but improved those odds. Mike Trout hit two home runs, including a grand slam, and drove in five runs to lead the Angels to an 11-8Show More Summary