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85-77, 3rd in AL West
Los Angeles Angels' year in review (4:38)
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Trout still first in 2016?

Eric Karabell calls the Angels' Mike Trout "still amazing." Does that mean he's No. 1 in next year's fantasy rankings? Early top 25 in 2016 (Insider)

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Iannetta's improbable turnaround

From 2010 to 2014, the Angels' Chris Iannetta was one of the worst defensive catchers in baseball. How did things change in 2015? Breakout defenders (Insider)

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Will Halos spend big this offseason?

Angels owner Arte Moreno reportedly intends to make his team more competitive next year. Is he willing to pass the luxury tax threshold in order to do so? MLB rumors roundup

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Buster Olney's choice for AL MVP

Olney offers 10 candidates for the award, including Josh Donaldson and Mike Trout. Who does he have taking home the hardware? Buster's blog (Insider)

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Eppler welcomes high expectations as Angels' GM

The Angels introduced Billy Eppler as their 12th general manager on Monday, a day after their season ended. The big-budget club missed the postseason for the fifth time in six years.


Angels retaining manager Mike Scioscia

Angels owner Arte Moreno announced that Scioscia would return for his 17th season with the team, one day after L.A. narrowly missed out on the postseason. The Angels have made the playoffs once in their last six seasons.

Angels rise in Power Rankings

Despite just missing out on the postseason, Los Angeles climbed a spot in our rankings. Where is the team slotted to end the season? Find out here

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What's next for the #Angels

3dBen Lindbergh

Grantland: Crowning the Most Exciting Team of the 2015 MLB Regular Season

The more a team's playoff odds fluctuate, the more on edge its followers are. Conversely, the earlier a team locks up a playoff spot or falls far out of the race by pegging its odds close to one extreme or the other, the more its games blend together and its fans look forward to the playoffs (or football). So let's use those playoff odds to determine which team had MLB's most exciting regular season in 2015.

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Hank Aaron Award finalists: AL West

The Hank Aaron Award is given annually to a player recognized as the most outstanding offensive performer in his league. Here are the nominees for each AL West team:

  • Houston Astros: Carlos Correa
  • Los Angeles Angels: Mike Trout
  • Oakland Athletics: Josh Reddick
  • Seattle Mariners: Nelson Cruz
  • Texas Rangers: Prince Fielder


Kris Bryant has top selling MLB jersey

Nope, not Mike Trout, Bryce Harper or Clayton Kershaw. The Cubs rookie 3B had the best selling jersey in MLB during the regular season. Giants' Madison Bumgarner and Buster Posey were No. 2 and 3 with Kershaw, Trout and Harper following.

Angels to hire Eppler as GM

Yankees assistant GM Billy Eppler has been hired by the Angels as general manager, according to ESPN's Andrew Marchand and multiple reports. The hire will be announced Monday. The L.A. Times first reported the news.

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Billy Eppler next GM of #Angels

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4dDavid Schoenfield

Schoenfield: The Ultimate October Blueprint

Congrats, your team is headed to the postseason. But does their style of play work under the bright lights of October? David Schoenfield examines the formula for playoff success.

Why Joe Smith takes elevators

Just like any other day, the Angels reliever walked down a flight of steps at the team hotel in Minneapolis last month. Well, he almost made it down. Instead, Smith slipped, sprained his ankle and was out two weeks. Injuries of the year

Hamels' gem clinches AL West for Rangers

Cole Hamels allowed three hits and struck out eight in a complete game to lift Texas to the AL West crown with a 9-2 victory. With the loss, the Angels are eliminated from the postseason. Box score


Hamels settles down for Rangers

Albert Pujols started this crucial matchup with a two-run HR off Rangers SP Cole Hamels. But Hamels just finished his fifth inning with the score still 2-1 in the Angels' favor. L.A. needs this one if it hopes to make the playoffs. Follow live

Pujols starts must-win in style

Albert Pujols hit his 40th HR of the season in the first inning to put Los Angeles ahead 2-0 over the Rangers. The Angels need to win today and get some help to make the playoffs. Follow live

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What's at stake today

The Angels can't win a wild-card spot outright, but they can still force a tie for it. The Astros clinch a playoff spot with a win, but which one will it be? That depends on the Texas Rangers, who could really simplify things by just winning the division title on Sunday.

Angels-Rangers was game of the year

The pitching performance of the year belonged to Max Scherzer on Saturday, but the Angels' miraculous comeback win over the Rangers was the game of the year. Saturday's Top 5

Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Batting Average.24627th
On Base Percentage.30726th
Slugging Percentage.39620th
Earned Run Average3.9413th
Quality Starts88Tied-10th

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