Angels Press Releases
Friday, December 19, 2014
Angels announce 2015 Minor League development staffs
The Angels today named their minor league development and coaching staffs for the 2015 campaign in an announcement by Assistant General Manager Scott Servais.
Angels acquire All-Star outfielder Matt Joyce from Tampa Bay
The Angels today acquired OF Matt Joyce from the Tampa Bay Rays in exchange for RHP Kevin Jepsen. Today's announcement was made by General Manager Jerry Dipoto.
Angels acquire LHP Andrew Heaney from Dodgers
The Angels today acquired LHP Andrew Heaney from the Los Angeles Dodgers in exchange for INF Howie Kendrick. Today's announcement was made by General Manager Jerry Dipoto.
Angels acquire INF Josh Rutledge from Colorado
The Angels today acquired INF Josh Rutledge from the Colorado Rockies in exchange for RHP Jairo Diaz. Today's announcement was made by General Manager Jerry Dipoto.
Mike Trout named unanimous 2014 American League MVP
Angels outfielder Mike Trout today was named the 2014 American League Most Valuable Player in an announcement made Thursday by the Baseball Writers' Association of America (BBWAA). At 23 years and 52 days old at the end of the season, Trout is the third youngest A.L. player ever to win the award behind only Oakland's Vida Blue (22 years, 64 days) and Baltimore's Cal Ripken Jr. (23 years, 39 days) - ELIAS.
Angels acquire Cesar Ramos from Rays
The Angels today acquired LHP Cesar Ramos from the Tampa Bay Rays in exchange for RHP Mark Sappington.
Angels acquire Tropeano and Perez from Houston
The Angels today acquired RHP Nick Tropeano and C Carlos Perez from the Houston Astros in exchange for C Hank Conger.
Angels announce 2015 Spring Training schedule
The A.L. West Champion Angels today announced the 2015 Spring Training schedule. The Halos, who will train in Tempe, AZ for the 23rd straight season, kick off their spring slate of games with a March 5th contest vs. the Milwaukee Brewers at Tempe Diablo Stadium.
Angels Announce American League Division Series Roster
The Los Angeles Angels have announced their 25-man roster that they will use in the American League Division Series against the Kansas City Royals, scheduled to begin tonight.