Mike Trout became a victim of shenanigans courtesy of Orbit, the mascot of the Houston Astros, ahead of Tuesday’s game at Minute Maid Park.
This just in. Mike Trout puts himself through inordinately more grueling workout routines than those performed by mere mortals.
Mike Trout’s long-term future with the Los Angeles Angels organization has been a hot topic throughout the early part of the 2016 MLB season, primarily due to how the team has stumbled to a 26-
On a day loaded with compelling story lines and drama, it’s no surprise that Kobe Bryant’s final NBA game ruled over them all.
One of the more interesting aspects of Mike Trout’s off-the-field personality is his passion for weather and his nerd-like obsession with the field of meteorology.
Los Angeles Angels catcher Chris Iannetta became the latest athlete to speak out about the amount of vitriolic hate that can be spewed on social media, especially when a player is going through strug
The Los Angeles Angels on Tuesday revealed plans regarding how the team intends to pay a fitting tribute to Mike Trout in a truly remarkable way: By erecting a life-sized bobblehead of its young supe
The Los Angels Angles selected Aaron Cox, a pitcher/infielder out of Gannon University, with their pick in the 19th round of the Major League Baseball Draft.
Bryce Harper is enjoying an absolutely torrid month of May at the plate.
An ugly scene ensued during Monday’s Toronto Blue Jays-Los Angeles Angels tilt at Rogers Centre when Josh Donaldson had issues with the Angels’ dugout and unleashed a crude comment and pr
The NFL’s swift reaction in doling out punishment to the New England Patriots and Tom Brady upon the release of Ted Wells’ report into the DeflateGate scandal obviously is the biggest spo
Josh Hamilton received a favorable decision when it was announced that he would not be suspended for his recent relapse.
Fans of the Los Angeles Angels may have been left feeling a little queasy after their favorite team suffered a heartbreaking loss 3-2, extra-inning loss to the Kansas City Royals in Game 1 of the tea
Thursday evening’s late game ended up being a thriller as the Kansas City Royals edged the Los Angeles Angels 3-2 in 11 innings on Mike Moustakas’ solo shot in Game 1 of the teams’
The Oakland Athletics, with an 86-71 record, head into the final weekend of the season with a pretty secure hold on one of the two American League Wild Card spots.