Saturday night, Albert Pujols added to his Hall of Fame resume by notching his 600th career home run. What’s next? Before that, let’s just recognize this.
In our first edition of The Sports Post weekly quiz, we’ll ask you questions about LeBron, the 2017 Stanley Cup Finals, and more! Hope you’re all caught up!
It’s been lost past time for the Angels to start helping Mike Trout, but over the past couple months they’ve done just that—little by little. Is it enough?
Can we expect much out of the Angels in 2017? The short answer is: probably not. The long answer: it’s kind of a big mess.
Moving C.J. Wilson would be a difficult task, but it’s worth a shot for the Angels.
MLB’s Offseason wasted little time in throwing us plenty of moves. And we’ve only just begun.
After a playoff appearance in 2014, what happened to the Angels this past season? We learned, again, that Mike Trout needs some help.
Can the Angels use their July hot streak to run away with the AL West?
It’s a familiar sight in baseball: the St. Louis Cardinals getting hot at the right time.
The Angels have quietly become the best team in baseball, taking the AL West division title away from the Oakland A’s.
April 24th and the Milwaukee Brewers are 16-6. I’d tell you I saw that coming but that would make me a liar, and a bad one at that.
Is it a stretch to say Trout has a little catching up to do to get there? Well, let’s take a trip down memory lane.
Our last five players represent the teams of the AL West, a division that only presented us with one playoff team in 2013.
The Halos won just 78 games in 2013 a year after their “disappointing” 89-73 2012 season.
Everth was having a career year, but it all goes down the drain with this recent suspension
Ramirez has been on a tear since coming off the D.L.
He’s paid like a Prince, but he shouldn’t be