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2017 Schedule
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1dScott Spratt

Forecasting MLB's best, worst fielders

Since he reached the majors in late 2012, no one has come close to saving as many runs as Andrelton Simmons, who's projected to be among the league leaders again in 2017.

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2dBradford Doolittle

Way-too-early trade deadline guide: Angels might be buyers

The Halos have lot of fragile players who need to stay healthy for the team to contend for a wild-card spot, and thanks to their barren farm system there's a thin margin for error.

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3dESPN.com news services

Angels' Valbuena (hamstring) out 4-6 weeks

Los Angeles Angels infielder Luis Valbuena left Wednesday's spring training game after only three innings due a right hamstring strain, the team announced Thursday.

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

Andrelton Simmons, Jonathan Schoop, and Xander Bogaerts repping for Team Netherlands.

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Angels' Shoemaker feeling no fear on mound

Matt Shoemaker says he feels "pretty normal" when balls are hit up the middle this spring. His 2016 season ended after he was hit in the head by a batted ball.

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13dTony Blengino, Special to ESPN.com

Ricky Nolasco is looking for his second act

Nolasco's fastballs got hit hard last season, but he had success with his breaking pitches. Can he maintain a balancing act between his offerings to remain a valuable arm for innings?

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16d

Pujols plays first game since foot surgery

Albert Pujols played in his first game since foot surgery, going 0-for-2 with a walk in the Los Angeles Angels' spring training game against San Diego on Friday.

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16dJeff Sullivan

Can anyone have a better year than Mike Trout?

Year after year, the Angels superstar earns his rep as baseball's best ballplayer. But even if Trout keeps ticking, there's a small group of players who could take the title in 2017.

ESPN Stats and Information  

Wednesday marks 25 days until Opening Day on ESPN! Mike Trout is the 5th position player to win 2 MVP awards by age 25, along with Hall-of-Famers Johnny Bench, Mickey Mantle, Stan Musial and Jimmie Foxx (AP Photo/Getty Images)

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BBTN: Regret Over Big Pitcher Signings?

Before a conversation with Angels GM Billy Eppler about Mike Trout, Albert Pujols & more, Buster Olney and Keith Law discuss the regrets some teams have about SP signings. Plus, Jason Beck weighs on on the Tigers' spring struggles.

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20d

BBTN: Eppler On Pujols' Health, Trout's Athleticism

Angels GM Billy Eppler chats with Buster Olney about the importance of solid defense behind the plate, Albert Pujols' health at this point, Mike Trout's athleticism & more.

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Angels RP Street out 3-4 weeks with lat strain

Huston Street, who is battling for the Angels' closer job, will not throw for at least three weeks because of a lat strain, and that means he is unlikely to be ready to pitch by Opening Day.

ESPN Stats and Information  

Six top-of-the-rotation starters will make their spring debuts Friday in Florida and Arizona -- Stephen Strasburg, Gerrit Cole, Rick Porcello, Noah Syndergaard, Zack Greinke and Matt Shoemaker. Strasburg, Cole and Shoemaker are returning to the mound after their 2016 seasons were cut short due to injuries.

Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Runs71717th
Batting Average.2609th
On Base Percentage.32214th
Slugging Percentage.40522nd
Earned Run Average4.2821st
Quality Starts64Tied-24th
WHIP1.3925th
BAA.26927th

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