Angels Baseball Podcast
Angels Podcast: September 6, 2015 Angels 7, Rangers 0
The Angels took the rubber game against the Rangers with a 7-0 victory behind the pitching of Hector Santiago, who had one hit and six walks. Mike Trout snapped his career-long 27-game homerless streak with a solo shot in the first. Listen to game analysis from Angels beat reporter Jeff Fletcher and hear interviews with Santiago, Trout and Scioscia, who became the 10th manager to reach 1,400 career wins with a single team.
Angels Podcast: September 4, 2015 Angels 5, Rangers 2
The Angels won their third game in a row, beating the Rangers 5-2 Friday night. C.J. Cron was a one man wrecking crew for the Angels, driving in all five runs and hitting a single, a double and a triple. Garrett Richards was solid, throwing six innings and allowing the two runs. However, Richards did give up five hits and five walks while striking out one Ranger. Listen to interviews with Richards, Cron and Mike Scioscia on the Angels turning things around after going 10-18 in August.
Angels Podcast: September 1, 2015 Angels 6, A's 2
The Angels ended their four game losing skid with a 6-2 victory over the A's Tuesday. Matt Shoemaker had his second straight impressive outing, tossing seven innings and allowing one run, which came in the first inning on a Brett Lawrie solo homer. Kole Calhoun homered, recorded two singles, scored twice and drove in two runs. Listen to interviews with Calhoun, Huston Street and Mike Scioscia on the Angels turning the page on a 10-19 August.
Angels Podcast: September 2, 2015 Angels 9, Atheltics 4
The Angels put up six runs in the first two innings on Sonny Gray, who came into the day with the best ERA in the American League. Albert Pujols hit his 35th home run, becoming the fourth player to reach that mark 10 times in his career. He also tied Manny Ramirez on the all-time list with 555 career homers. Hear game analysis from Angels beat reporter Jeff Fletcher and listen to interviews with Pujols, Manager Mike Scioscia and Andrew Heaney, who allowed three runs in the first but pitched...
Angels Podcast: August 31, 2015 A's 11, Angels 5
The Angels lost their fourth straight game 11-5 to the A's Monday night. Hector Santiago was roughed up for the third straight start, failing to get through the third inning and giving up five runs. All six Angels pitchers who were used gave up at least a run. Offensively, Erick Aybar went 3-3 with two RBIs and a run scored. In August, the Angels have gone 10-18 and have slipped to seven and a half back in the division and three and a half out of the second wild card. Listen to interviews...