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The Tyler Skaggs No Hitter We’ll Always Remember

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Greatest Regular Season Series in Angel History

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Doris Day and the Angels

The top ten team hit parades of the Mike Trout Era (part II, 5-1)

The top 5 enemy heart-breakers and gut punches of the last 8 years.

The top 10 team hit parades of the Mike Trout era (Part I, 10-6)

The Trout Window has been rough overall, but we’ve had some high highs!

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Museum—Professional Baseball in California

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Catching up on your Angel history

The Angels are as good without Mike Trout as they are with him, and that needs to change

In 2017 and 2018, the Angels are 4 games under .500 with Trout. They are also 4 games under .500 in total. That is not okay.

Stoneman on Ausmus: A guy with the right stuff

Billy Eppler’s words sounded a lot like those of Bill Stoneman in 1999: "I’ve got the right man."

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History Lesson -- Game 4 of the 2002 ALDS

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History Lesson -- Game 3 of the 2002 ALDS

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History Lesson -- Game 2 of the 2002 ALDS

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History lesson - Game 1 of the 2002 ALDS

Yes, Shohei Ohtani is still a Rookie of the Year frontrunner

Despite what many would have you believe, he and Andujar are neck and neck

The Mike Trout reboot

Drafting a total F5 on the man, the myth, and the legend

Albert Pujols got 3000 hits, now you should get the 3000 hits t-shirt, OK?

Commemorate The Machine’s historic accomplishment with this sick shirt, from the always top-notch peeps at BreakingT.

Felling the Astro monoliths

While the Astros offense struggles to find its footing, the Angels have a legitimate shot at defeating the Rotational Colossus.

A highly abridged history of “The Great Debate”

Never before has baseball so adamantly sought to dethrone their best player. And never before has it been so pointless.

Mike Trout is silently vying for a new award

In a game with better competition than he has ever had before, he looks to be leading the pack.

A bit of history on the “Angels” in California

The name "Angels" in Los Angeles dates back all the way to the 1890s

Halo of Fame: Vladimir Guerrero chooses the Angels, becoming the club’s first player enshrined in Cooperstown

For a couple years now, Angels fans have been crossing their fingers & wishing for the day when Vlad Guerrero not only got into the Hall of Fame, but that he chose to rep the Halos when he got there. Today, Vlady made those wishes a reality.

The ballots are in & Angels legend Vladimir Guerrero is now a Hall of Famer

He was an MVP, he was an All Star & now he’s a Hall of Famer. As one of the most beloved Halos to ever put on the uniform, it’s our pleasure to congratulate Vlady on this momentous day.

A modest proposal

For preventing the continued decay of arms in the Angels’ rotation and ensuring a long, successful career in the MLB, in brief

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The best defensive Angels team of all time?

Quiz: Can you name the Angels pitchers who pitched in 2017?

Okay, so you’ve followed the Angels all year. You should know who pitched for them, right?

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The Greatest One-Two Punch in Angel History

Who should just go ahead and fizzle in the AL Wild Card race?

It is time to review who we just don’t want to see come October.

Jered Weaver’s infectious intensity was the lifeblood of the Angels fanbase

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Requiescat in pace, Don Baylor

Of all the wonderful memories of the late Don Baylor, the 1979 season was the year he turned the Angels into winners for the first time. And he was MVP.

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August 3, 1995 - The Day the Collapse Began

Baseball Hall of Fame? Heavenly, with a FULL cloud of Angels in Cooperstown

Time to claim an (Angels) wing in C-town

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The Freeway Series: Our not So bitter rivalry