When Mike Trout got off to a relatively slow start this year, there was a widespread feeling around the game that it was bound to happen, that he couldn't possibly live up to what he achieved in a 2012 rookie season for the ages.
Every lineup, every day, as they are made public by the clubs.
Mike Trout has already accomplished a lot in his brief Major League career, but on Tuesday he added something to his list of achievements -- the cycle. Trout went 4-for-5 with five RBIs, and at 21 became the youngest to hit for the cycle since Mel Ott did so as a 20-year-old in 1929.
Erick Aybar left Tuesday's game in the sixth inning with right knee soreness.
There's no guarantee that Jered Weaver will rejoin the Angels' rotation after his appearance in Arizona on Wednesday, but manager Mike Scioscia did not rule it out.
As the nation learned of the tornado that struck Moore, Okla., on Monday, Angels pitcher Garrett Richards was checking on his family and friends.
David Eckstein, who spent four seasons as an Angel and was a member of the 2002 World Series championship squad, will represent the Angels at the 2013 Draft.
Brandon Maurer takes the mound in a homecoming of sorts for the Southern California native as the Mariners look to earn a split of a two-game series against the red-hot Angels, who will send C.J. Wilson to the hill in Anaheim.
Mike Trout hit for the sixth cycle in Angels history, backing Jerome Williams' eight shutout innings in a 12-0 rout of the Mariners on Tuesday.
Prior to Tuesday's game, left-handed reliever Sean Burnett was activated from the 15-day disabled list, with the Angels optioning Ryan Brasier to Triple-A Salt Lake to make room on the 25-man roster.
It was a great morning at the Trump National Golf Club of Los Angeles, site of the Pujols Family Foundation's marquee event. But Albert Pujols, was feeling a little bummed.
Facio Palomino was celebrating his birthday at his first Angels game. Joined by wife Bridget and daughter Alana, the San Diego native got a chance to compete on the latest episode of the hit MLB.com game show "Bucks on the Pond."
Jason Vargas tossed seven scoreless innings as all facets were working for the Angels Sunday in a 6-2 victory at Angel Stadium.
If not for his roots as a catcher, Angels reliever Robert Coello may have never discovered the forkball that is now his out pitch.
A day after infielder Chris Nelson was claimed off of waivers from the Yankees, he was added to the Angels' 25-man roster and found himself in his third Major League clubhouse in a span of 22 days.
Left-hander Sean Burnett pitched in a rehab assignment for Class A Inland Empire on Saturday night and may rejoin the Angels bullpen as soon as Tuesday.
Although the presence Torii Hunter provided in recent seasons may be gone, Angels manager Mike Scioscia believes his team has found leadership in a different way for the 2013 season.
A day after being shut out for their third straight loss, the Angels hung double digits on the White Sox, with home runs by Alberto Callaspo and Mark Trumbo fueling a 12-9 win on Saturday afternoon.
After a slow start, Mike Trout has looked more like Mike Trout this month, reaching base in each of the first 17 games in May and getting hits in 13 of them.
Prior to joining his fellow relievers in the bullpen on Friday night, Ryan Brasier milked a cow as part of "Dairy Night" -- one of the odder pregame ceremonies to take place at Angel Stadium.
Hank Conger and C.J.Wilson have been developing a bond, with Conger catching most of the left-hander's starts and Wilson putting up better numbers throwing to the young backstop.
Angels slugger Josh Hamilton was initially in Saturday's lineup -- batting fifth and playing right field -- but he was scratched less than two hours before the game against the White Sox. Then he entered in the seventh inning.
Rehabbing Angels right-hander Jered Weaver faced live hitters in a simulated game for the first time in five weeks on Friday. Weaver still lacks some arm strength and endurance, but he knows that will come with time.
White Sox left-hander Chris Sale tossed a one-hitter against the Angels on Sunday, but the Angels feel Friday's rematch in Anaheim will take on a much different look.
Left-hander C.J. Wilson endured a second straight defeat to Chris Sale and the White Sox on Friday as the Angels came up empty in a 3-0 setback, the club's third straight loss.
The Angels and White Sox, two of the sport's heaviest disappointments through the first quarter of the season, are sharing Angel Stadium through Sunday, and both have reasons to believe there's light at the end of the tunnel.
Angels manager Mike Scioscia and catcher Chris Iannetta have been forced to work with a large number of pitchers through the season's first six weeks.
Reliever Michael Kohn walked three straight hitters to bring home the decisive run as the Angels took a 5-4 loss on the chin against the visiting White Sox on Thursday night in Anaheim. Albert Pujols hit a two-run homer.
Prior to Thursday's game against the White Sox, the Angels designated Barry Enright for assignment, optioned Michael Roth and recalled Ryan Brasier and Billy Buckner to the Major League club.
Angels owner Arte Moreno publicly defended Mike Scioscia on Wednesday from the Owners Meetings in New York, saying there is "zero" chance the job of his 14-year manager is in jeopardy.