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Huston Street is kind of a big baby

Comments from Angels closer Huston Street reflect how much the ninth-inning-only closer role subtly changed goals from winning games to getting saves.

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Trout's career HR total: 500? 600?

ESPN's Tim Kurkjian told SportsCenter: "He'll have more than 500. Sure about that. And we're still almost 400 short of that. That's how confident we are."

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Monday's power rankings

Following an impressive start -- only his second in the majors -- Cleveland Indians pitcher Cody Anderson leads our nightly power rankings.

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Report: Pujols eyes final HR Derby appearance

Los Angeles Angels first baseman Albert Pujols would welcome the opportunity to participate in this year's Gillette Home Run Derby if voted into the All-Star Game, according to an MLB.com report.

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Trout, Halos quiet Yankees in opener

The Angels tagged CC Sabathia for four runs on six hits and starter C.J. Wilson limited the Yanks to just one run to take the series opener with a fourth straight win in Anaheim. Mike Trout hit his 20th homer this season.

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Star-powered under-24 club

Mike Trout turns 24 years old on August 7th. The most HRs before their 24th birthday (via Elias):

  • Eddie Mathews (153), Mel Ott (153), Ken Griffey Jr. (132), Frank Robinson (130), Alex Rodriguez (128), Juan Gonzalez (121), Mickey Mantle (121), Andruw Jones (120), Trout (118), Ted Williams (118)

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Trout stats a mouthful

Mike Trout hit his 20th home run to give the Angels a 2-1 lead over the Yankees.

  • Only player with multiple HRs off CC Sabathia this year.
  • Earliest in season he's reached 20 HRs (previous best July 4, 2014).
  • Fewest games taken to get to 20 HRs (via Jason McCallum).

Angels: 1B-OF C.J. Cron recalled from Triple-A Salt Lake; will bat 7th and play 1B Monday vs. Yankees

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Power Rankings: Angels at no. 15

Starter Hector Santiago is only 4-4, but has a 2.58 ERA and has allowed two or fewer runs in 10 of his 15 starts. The Angels have struggled to produce volume on offense through the latter half of June, and will need to better support the pitching staff to catch up to the first-place Astros in the AL West. Power Rankings

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Power Rankings: Angels at no. 15

Starter Hector Santiago is only 4-4, but has a 2.58 ERA and has allowed two or fewer runs in 10 of his 15 starts. The Angels have struggled to produce volume on offense through the latter half of June, and will need to better support the pitching staff to catch up to the first-place Astros in the AL West. Power Rankings

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Angels walk off on wild pitch

Albert Pujols had the bases loaded but hit into a DP in the bottom of the 10th. No worry, though. Tom Wilhelmsen uncorked a wild pitch and Kole Calhoun scurried home for the 3-2 win. Box score

Seattle forces extra innings

The Mariners were down to their last out in the 9th and Kyle Seager picked a great time for his 12th HR of the season. The Angels couldn't find a walk-off and the game goes to extras. Follow live

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Hernandez in total control vs. Angels

Felix Hernandez has allowed just 1 hit and struck out 8 through 6 innings, and the Mariners lead the Angels 1-0. Hernandez came into today 2-0 with a 1.29 ERA vs. the Angels this season. Follow live

Cruz gives Felix some support

Felix Hernandez has given up just 1 hit through 3 innings, and now he'll be pitching with the lead, thanks to a Nelson Cruz RBI double. The Mariners lead the Angels 1-0 in the fourth inning. Follow live

2015 Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Runs30020th
Batting Average.24125th
On Base Percentage.30422nd
Slugging Percentage.38022nd
Earned Run Average3.7111th
Quality Starts458th
WHIP1.217th
BAA.2405th

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