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Topic - Mike Trout
It could be one fun summer in California, where Oakland begins the weekend with the best record in the majors, and the Giants, Angels and Dodgers in prime playoff position. The trade deadline is in two weeks, and the recovery of several key injured players could dramatically affect a couple of divisions.
Helping send Derek Jeter out a winner in his last Midsummer Classic appearance, All-Star Game MVP Mike Trout drove in two runs with a triple and a double to lead the American League past the National League 5-3 on Tuesday night.
It was an eventful 2/3 of an inning for Tyler Clippard, despite a losing effort from the National League in Tuesday night's All-Star Game in Minneapolis. More here.
Los Angeles Angels slugger Mike Trout missed a second straight game Sunday with upper back stiffness.
Los Angeles Angels slugger Mike Trout has been scratched from the lineup against the Oakland Athletics because of upper back stiffness.
Brandon Moss had grand slam on his mind. It felt as good as he thought it might.
Kole Calhoun thinks the Angels showed off their many talents in a win over the Mariners.
Even in the middle of his best outing this season and coming within one out of his first complete game since August 2012, Felix Hernandez took notice of the stadium radar gun flashing numbers in the mid-90s when his fastball cracked the glove.
Danny Valencia was not about to let a sore left hand keep him from finishing his at-bat in the 13th inning. He gutted it out and came up with a key hit to help the Kansas City Royals outlast the Los Angeles Angels.
Jason Vargas had quite a homecoming at Angel Stadium on Sunday, taking a two-hit shutout into the seventh inning.
On a night when Mike Trout and Erick Aybar hit home runs and rookie Matt Shoemaker left the game with a lead, the Los Angeles Angels lost on a simple bunt play.
Nori Aoki's three hits were one more than the rest of his Kansas City Royals teammates generated against C.J. Wilson and the Los Angeles Angels' bullpen.
A second straight complete game was not needed from C.J. Wilson, who had enough offensive and defensive support from his teammates to make working into the seventh enough.
David Freese demonstrated just how much the Los Angeles Angels needed his bat in the lineup the past two weeks.
Mike Trout is going to have plenty of memorable home runs to look back on before his career is over. Very few will be more dramatic than this one.
"Growing up I was setting goals to myself that when I get — if I ever get the chance to get — to the big leagues, that's how I want to play," Trout said. "And the way he carries himself on and off the field, how he respects the game — always hustling, it doesn't matter what the score is. If they are down 10 runs, he is always running the ball out. That's how I want to play."
"He just wanted to thank us," Trout said. "You know, we should be thanking him."