9/1/2015 | Scioscia doesn't expect a say in GM hunt
Contrary to popular belief, Angels manager Mike Scioscia does not expect to have much of a say on who the club's next general manager will be.
9/1/2015 | Angels hope new faces provide September spark
When David Freese fractured his right index finger on July 22, his Angels were at the height of their ascension, at that point 54-40 and two games up on the Astros for first place in the American League West. What followed was almost inexplicable.
9/1/2015 | Mahle highlights Halos' AFL contingent
The Angels will be sending eight of their prospects to the Arizona Fall League this year, a list that includes pitchers Alan Busenitz, Harrison Cooney, Ryan Etsell and Greg Mahle, catcher Stephen McGee, first baseman Eric Aguilera, and outfielders Caleb Adams and Chad Hinshaw.
9/1/2015 | Pujols, Kershaw team up for Wiffle ball game
Albert Pujols and Clayton Kershaw are two of the most charitable players in the Major Leagues, and soon, they'll band together to raise funds for their respective foundations through a fan-friendly, interactive event.
9/1/2015 | Santiago's second half remains a mystery
Hector Santiago, like most of his Angels teammates, found it far more advantageous to immediately look ahead late Monday night.
9/1/2015 | Angels begin GM search
The Angels have begun their search for a new general manager, a source told MLB.com on Monday night, though it's hard to narrow down their list of candidates at this point.
9/1/2015 | A's score 9 unanswered to top Halos
Danny Valencia and Jake Smolinski contributed to a five-run third inning and Mark Canha provided the dagger in the sixth, launching a three-run homer to help the A's beat the American League West-rival Angels, 11-5, at the Coliseum on Monday night.
9/1/2015 | A's give Martin first test vs. Angels' Shoemaker
The A's will call on newcomer Cody Martin when they face Matt Shoemaker and the Angels in the second of a three-game set at the Coliseum on Tuesday night.
9/1/2015 | A's-Angels tilt pauses for 'broken fence delay'
There was a 10-minute "broken fence delay" in the bottom of the fifth inning at the Coliseum during Monday night's A's-Angels matchup as the grounds crew fixed part of the left-field wall that fell down after Shane Victorino collided with it trying to reel in Danny Valencia's one-out double.
9/1/2015 | Cron's swipe can help fans steal a home
When C.J. Cron cruised into home on Monday night in Oakland, the Angels designated hitter not only extended his club's lead, but also lightened one lucky fan's monthly bill payments.