The Angels will send their dynamic duo to the All-Star game. Albert Pujols was selected by his peers to the American League team on Monday, one day after fans elected Mike Trout to the starting lineup.
Mike Trout reaches first base, and it's easy to imagine that old song by the Clash bouncing around in the Angels center fielder's head: "Should I Stay or Should I Go."
The 2015 MLB All-Star starters have been announced. And after all that worrying that the AL team was basically going to be seven Kansas City Royals and Mike Trout, in the end “only” four Royals made the cut based of fan voting. Take a look: Of course, four Royals is still too many. Two would suffice. […]
Even on a bad day, it is usually good to be Mike Trout on a baseball diamond, but it was hard to imagine life getting much better in a midseason road series than it was on Sunday.
Albert Pujols probably didn't need to pad his AL home run lead to have a chance to join teammate Mike Trout in the starting lineup for the All-Star game.
The rosters for the 2015 MLB All-Star Game will become a lot more clear after Sunday night. As with any All-Star Game, you know there are a select few stars—in this case Mike Trout, Giancarlo Stanton, Bryce Harper and Miguel Cabrera—who...Show More Summary
From the day he arrived in the big leagues to stay as a 20-year-old on April 28, 2012, Mike Trout has oozed confidence and a sense that he belongs, traits that helped the Angels center fielder quickly emerge as one of the game's best all-around players and to handle the spotlight that comes with...
Tuesday morning's baseball includes Mike Trout 1, Yankees 0, the burning of a historic stadium and tensions between the Angels' manager and general manager. 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
Enough is enough.
All seemed well with the Angels on Monday night. Mike Trout did his usual Mike Trout things, smacking a solo home run in the third inning and making three superb catches in center field to highlight a 4-1 victory over the New York Yankees in Angel Stadium.
Trout also made two sprinting catches in center field, and Albert Pujols hit a run-scoring double as the Yankees fell to their sixth loss in nine games.
Mike Trout and C.J. Cron homered, Albert Pujols and Kole Calhoun added run-scoring doubles, and the Los Angeles Angels beat the New York Yankees 4-1 Monday night for their fifth victory in seven games.
Angels 4, New York Yankees 1
Barring a miracle, the AL All-Star lineup won’t end up as eight Kansas City Royals and Mike Trout. The dream is over. Read more...
Monday marked the 2015 MLB All-Star Game's sixth voting update for both leagues, and the race between baseball's prominent prodigies in Mike Trout and Bryce Harper continues to be a fascinating focal point. Per MLB Communications, Trout...Show More Summary
KEY MOMENT: With the score tied, 2-2, in the 10th inning, the Angels' Johnny Giavotella and Kole Calhoun hit consecutive singles to put runners at first and third. The Mariners intentionally walked Mike Trout to load the bases for Albert Pujols, who hit into a double play. That brought rookie Kyle...
There aren’t many players in Major League Baseball who are worth the price of admission all by themselves. For that to be the case, a guy has to be absolutely electrifying. I’d say that Mike Trout and Clayton Kershaw fit that description. So too does Bryce Harper. And every once in a while Andrelton Simmons comes […]
Before the Angels opened a series against the Houston Astros on Monday night, Manager Mike Scioscia said he would probably keep Mike Trout batting third in the order and Albert Pujols fourth for the rest of the season.
Mike Trout of the Angels leads among American League outfielders in balloting for the July 14 All-Star game in Cincinnati, according to an update released by Major League Baseball on Monday.