Los Angeles Angels: Rounding Out The Catchers

Hank Conger

There was a time when it appeared that young Hank Conger was going to soon become the everyday catcher for the Los Angeles Angels. Granted, this was during a dark time where Jeff Mathis was getting an awfully high number […]

Mark Trumbo: Slump or Something More?

Mark Trumbo

Mark Trumbo has been a lightning rod for the Los Angeles Angels ever since his unexpected bursting onto the scene in 2011. Putting up astounding power numbers in relatively limited at bats, Trumbo gave the otherwise lethargic Halo offense a […]

Los Angeles Angels: Life After Maicer Izturis

Maicer Izturis

“Mighty” Maicer Izturis was a fan favorite in Anaheim for many seasons for good reason. Following in the footsteps of Chone Figgins, Izturis took up the mantle of the do it all super utility man that the Los Angeles Angels […]

Arte Moreno and The Transformation of the Los Angeles Angels

Arte Moreno

When Arte Moreno purchased the Anaheim Angels in 2003 and made the decision to re-brand the franchise as the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim, he wasn’t just attempting to expose the team to a wider audience. Moreno was announcing to […]

Mike Scioscia’s Last Stand?

Mike Scioscia

For over a decade now, Los Angeles Angels manager Mike Scioscia has been revered as Halo royalty for good reason. After leading the franchise to its lone World Series title, as well as becoming the winningest manager in team history […]

The Curious Case of Jerome Williams

Jerome Williams

It’s easy to see when Los Angeles Angels sometimes starter, sometimes long reliever Jerome Williams is on a roll. The game moves at a blistering pace, with Williams quickly putting two strikes up on each batter before producing a ground […]