Shohei Ohtani didn't miss a beat after an All-Star break performance that would have exhausted most mere mortals.
by: Evan Desai — Fansided: Halo Hangout 3h
If Shohei Ohtani didn't know he was big-time yet, he absolutely knows now. During Sunday's game, the best hitter in baseball was intentionally walked. Usua...
by: https://www.latimes.com/people/houston-mitchell — Los Angeles Times: Sports Now 5h
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Today's most notable signings from Day Two (and beyond) of the amateur draft. As always, you can get more background …
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Joe Maddon on progression of the young guys in rotation, production of the bottom of the batting order and Shohei Ohtani returning to form
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Los Angeles Angels star Mike Trout will visit the team doctor on Monday for an assessment about his recovery from a right calf strain.
by: Evan Desai — Fansided: Halo Hangout 18h
Patrick Sandoval went through eight and a third innings pitched without allowing a hit for the LA Angels on Saturday. Brent Rooker ended up breaking the no...
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Elsewhere, Nelson Cruz homered in his first game for his new team
by: BlakeHarris — SB Nation: Halos Heaven 18h
Max Stassi and Shohei Ohtani lead the way for the Halos
by: @foxsports — Fox Sports 19h
Los Angeles Angels two-way star Shohei Ohtani clubbed his league-leading 35th home run of the season as the Halos cruised to a 6-2 win over the lowly Minnesota Twins.
by: AP — USA Today 19h
Shohei Ohtani hit his major league-leading 35th home run and the Los Angeles Angels beat the Minnesota Twins 6-2
by: Rhett Bollinger — MLB: Angels 19h
MINNEAPOLIS -- After starting off the second half of the season in a slump by his standards, two-way sensation Shohei Ohtani has started to turn things around at the plate. After doubling twice on Saturday, Shohei Ohtani smacked his Major League-leadi
by: Jeff Fletcher — LA Daily News 20h
Barria equaled his career high by pitching seven innings, and he allowed two runs. The Angels took the lead on Shohei Ohtani’s major-league leading 35th homer.
by: Andy Nesbitt — USA Today: For The Win 20h
This thing left the park in a HURRY.
#Angels will undoubtedly add a solid arm via free agency or trade, but look at the age of rotation candidates entering the '22 season led by Ohtani & Sandoval. Ohtani (27) Sandoval (25) Detmers (22) Bachman (22) C. Rodriguez (23) Suarez (24) Barria (25) Canning (25) #YoungGuns🤠Blogger / Podcaster
Angels trying to decide course. Could move Cobb/Heaney and still try to compete by promoting Detmers/Rodriguez. Trade of Iglesias would signal deeper concession. Trout still not healthy, and team mostly just bullies poor clubs - 23-8 vs. those below .500, 26-41 vs. .500 or above.TV / Radio Personality
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