Mike Trout already leads the American League, like he did every year from 2012-2014.
Angels catcher Chris Iannetta accidentally plunked a young Giants fan with a foul ball on a check swing in the third inning, but he was (...)
After seeing a young San Francisco Giants fan get hit by a foul ball off the bat of Chris Iannetta during his team's weekend series at AT&T Park, Los Angeles Angels star Mike Trout did what he could to make the kid feel better. Trout grabbed one of his bats and personally delivered it to the youngster. Show More Summary
On Saturday, Angels outfielder Mike Trout tweeted his support of Floyd Mayweather before the big fight. #TMT @FloydMayweather — Mike Trout (@Trouty20) May 2, 2015 He was hit with scolding and shaming by the Twitterati for rooting for a fighter in the biggest boxing match of the century so far. Show More Summary
With No. 3 hitter Albert Pujols out because of left-hamstring tightness, Angels Manager Mike Scioscia moved leadoff man Kole Calhoun to the cleanup spot behind Mike Trout, Johnny Giavotella from the ninth to second spot and Erick Aybar from fifth to leadoff. That lineup produced six runs and 12...
Sometimes it’s hard for me to remember that Mike Trout, who has been doing amazing shit on the field for the last four seasons, is still just 23 years old and hasn’t actually been around that long. It’s one of those things that sometimes...Show More Summary
Illustration by Mike Sudal Ever see those national reports about clouds of insects so dense they show up on radar and coat entire towns? Those living blizzards are Hexagenia limbata, the giant mayfly that hatches at dusk in late spring and early summer throughout the Midwest. Show More Summary
Great catches galore.
Sure, Mike Trout‘s name pops up a lot in highlight reels. Perhaps too much for the anti-L.A. crowd. But it’s hard to argue that he doesn’t earn those appearances. Here, Mike Troute makes a very good (but not quite great) catch in centerfield that manages to be hugely important as it preserved the Angels’ 6-5 lead […]
Friday morning's baseball includes a serious Mets - Nationals showdown, the Red Sox rotation, and Mike Trout flashing the leather. 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
Huston Street's shoulder, elbow, lower back, groin and knee were wrapped in ice Thursday afternoon, normal postgame maintenance for a high-mileage reliever with more than 10 years in the big leagues.
Trout wants to know where the Heisman Trophy winner is going to end up just like the rest of us.
The "anything can happen" narrative pushed before every professional sports draft should be taken with a large grain of salt. A couple surprises might occur. A guy may go later than slated by the mock-arazzi, but generally, most things shake out more or less on par with general expectations. Unless Chip Kelly is involved, that is. Show More Summary
Why can’t we all be Mike Trout?
Here's what South Jersey native Mike Trout was up to hours before his game-saving catch: Eagles' fans of all kinds want answers to the same question: pic.twitter.com/qLIRsrPn9n — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) April 30, 2015 I always thought all famous sports people were in one giant group text, but I guess not.
The Angels turned what appeared to be a comfortable win into a nail-biter Thursday, with closer Huston Street, thanks to an assist from center fielder Mike Trout, escaping a bases-loaded, one-out jam in the bottom of the ninth to preserve a 6-5 victory over the Oakland Athletics.
He went 2-for-3 with a couple of walks at the plate, too! It seemingly had been a while since Mike Trout did something amazing on a baseball field, but he came through -- as he usually does -- on Thursday afternoon. The star Los Angeles...Show More Summary
Mike Trout looked strangely overmatched Tuesday night, going hitless in four at-bats and striking out three times in a loss to the Oakland Athletics. Whatever the Angels center fielder was feeling at the plate, he did not carry it over to Wednesday night.
Angels 6, Oakland Athletics 3
Mike Trout homered and drove in three runs, Johnny Giavotella hit a tiebreaking single in the seventh inning and the Los Angeles Angels held on to beat the Oakland Athletics 6-3 on Wednesday night.