It's been that kind of week for the Dodgers. After another four home run output, the Dodgers set a MLB record with 22 homers over a five-game stretch.
by: Maria Torres — Los Angeles Times 9h
Los Angeles Angels star Mike Trout showed off his bat and defensive tools, but a White Sox grand slam blew it open late and Chicago won 7-2.
by: @usatoday — USA Today 13h
Padres standout rookie Fernando Tatis Jr. has a back injury that will likely cost him the rest of this year, manager Andy Green said Friday.
Cody Bellinger Becomes Youngest & Ties Gary Sheffield As Fastest Player In Dodgers Franchise History To 40 Home Runs In Single Season
by: Matthew Moreno — DodgerBlue 19h
Cody Bellinger became the youngest and tied Garry Sheffield as the fastest player in Dodgers franchise history to hit 40 home runs in a single season.
Press release: Michael Young Thank You Cards to be signed during homestand with Twins and Angels | MLB.com
by: N/A — MLB: Rangers 20h
Arlington, TX—Fans attending games during this homestand with the Minnesota Twins and Los Angeles Angels at Globe Life Park in Arlington will have an opportunity to thank Michael Young for his remarkable Major League career, including his 12 years...
by: https://www.latimes.com/staff/jack-harris — Los Angeles Times: Sports Now 16 Aug
Mike Trout's pair of runs and Justin Upton's homer was enough to hold off the Chicago White Sox 8-7.
Angels' Albert Pujols becomes MLB's all-time hit king among players born outside the United States - CBSSports.com
by: Mike Axisa @mikeaxisa Aug 15, 2019 at 11:58 am ET • 1 min read — CBS Sports 15 Aug
Pujols passed Adrian Beltre on the all-time list Wednesday night
by: Jeremy Freeborn — The Sports Daily: Angels Win 15 Aug
Albert Pujols made Major League Baseball history on Wednesday. Pujols broke the record for most hits all-time by a player born outside the United States as the Los Angeles Angels defeated the Pitts…
by: https://www.facebook.com/fenech1019 — USA Today 15 Aug
In late March, Jay Allen learned he had landed his dream job as Tigers public address announcer. But on Monday, he learned he has stage 4 cancer.
by: Megan Armstrong — Bleacher Report 15 Aug
Albert Pujols is still rewriting the record books at 39 years old. The Los Angeles Angels first baseman notched his 3,167th career hit in the bottom of the fourth inning against ...
by: Pirates – CBS Pittsburgh — CBS Pittsburgh 15 Aug
Albert Pujols had two hits and three RBIs Wednesday and set the major league record for career hits by a foreign-born player, leading the Los Angeles Angels to a 7-4 victory over the Pittsburgh Pirates.
by: Scott Winfield — USA Today 15 Aug
Cleveland Indians outfielder Yasiel Puig, who began serving his three-game suspension for his role in a brawl, became an American citizen Wednesday.
by: DAN GREENSPAN — The Washington Times 15 Aug
Albert Pujols had two hits and three RBIs Wednesday and set the major league record for career hits by a foreign-born player, leading the Los Angeles Angels to a 7-4 victory over the Pittsburgh Pirate
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