Mike Trout launches his first career home run, a three-run shot to left field, that extends the Angels' lead to 6-2 in the 8th
by: Scott Polacek — Bleacher Report 6h
The treatment of minor league baseball players has become a serious concern across the sport, and Los Angeles Angels general manager Perry Minasian said the...
by: @Angels — MLB: Film Room 9m
Joe Maddon discusses Alex Cobb's early exit due to injury and Jack Mayfield's stellar fielding in the Angels' 5-4 loss to the Twins
by: Nick Selbe — Sports Illustrated 2h
Several minor league players in the Angels organization have described sub-standard living arrangements, with some players forced to sleep in their cars due to being underpaid.
by: Rhett Bollinger — MLB: Angels 2h
MINNEAPOLIS -- After throwing five solid innings, Angels right-hander Alex Cobb left Friday’s game against the Twins before the sixth inning with a right index finger blister. The injury forced manager Joe Maddon to go his bullpen early and later...
by: Jeff Fletcher — Daily Bulletin 2h
Iglesias had not suffered a blown save since June 11. The Angels tried to use him for a six-out save, but he gave up two hits that led to a pair of runs in the eighth.
by: Jeff Fletcher — Orange Country Register 5h
ESPN.com published comments from a pair of minor leaguers who were critical of the organization for failing to provide adequate resources for the players to live and eat properly.
by: Grey Papke — Larry Brown Sports 5h
Two players who spent parts of 2021 in the Los Angeles Angels' organization accused the team of failing to provide adequate living conditions for minor leaguers.
by: Evan Desai — Fansided: Halo Hangout 5h
There's unfortunately a lot of bad things reportedly going on in the LA Angels' Minor League system. Joon Lee of ESPN wrote a story about the players' comp...
by: Sportsnaut — Sportsnaut 6h
Los Angeles Angels two-way star Shohei Ohtani and fellow All-Star Jared Walsh were held out of the starting lineup on Friday against the Minnesota Twins in
by: Alden Gonzalez, ESPN Staff Writer — ESPN Los Angeles: Angels Blog 6h
A court hearing for a restraining order requested against Trevor Bauer has been postponed to Aug. 2 so his legal team can prepare a defense against witnesses and documents that it claimed to receive only recently.
by: Joon Lee, ESPN — ESPN 7h
Some players in the Angels minor league system are criticizing living conditions and food options within the organization to the point where they're deciding to retire. In response, GM Perry Minasian said the club "will look into it and address it."
by: Andres Chavez — The Cold Wire 8h
The Los Angeles Angels are still technically in contention for the playoffs via the Wild Card, but realistically, they are long-shots.
by: Devan Fink — FanGraphs 9h
The future Hall of Famer has suddenly become a lefty-killer.
If the Angels cannot win 3 of 4 against the Twins and then sweep the Rockies, would you do the following trade? The Dodgers are desperate for a closer so how about this package? Dodgers get: Raisel Iglesias & Andrew Heaney Angels get: RHP Josiah Gray & C Diego CartayaBlogger / Podcaster
The Angels eventually did pay their minor leaguers through the end of the season, but at the first two deadlines (May 31, June 30) they were among the last to commit to it.Of note, the Angels were often the last team to commit to paying their minor leaguers during the shutdown last year. https://t.co/NgfpGt17qZBeat Writer / Columnist
Of note, the Angels were often the last team to commit to paying their minor leaguers during the shutdown last year.Minor leaguers for the Los Angeles Angels are sharing camper vans in trailer parks, sleeping in apartment kitchens and living out of cars Now, minor leaguers are going on the record to speak up “Arte Moreno wouldn’t have his kids live like this.” https://t.co/kaniIBv19iBeat Writer / Columnist
RT @Jack_A_Harris: Alex Cobb on his blister: “Definitely not serious. It’s something that’s annoying.” He said he'll know more tomorrow but didn’t sound too worried about it. He said he could have pitched through it, but didn't want to risk making it worseBeat Writer / Columnist
Alex Cobb on the Trade Deadline: “When you're on an expiring contract and you're pitching decently, you know teams are going to come after you. But I haven't put a lot of thought into it. I love it here. I'd love to stay here. Right now, the focus is on us winning ballgames."Beat Writer / Columnist
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