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Angels.2607171564.28
AL West2nd4th5th3rd
American League 6th10th14th12th

Schedule

Wed Sep 21
W 5 - 4at TEX
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Thu Sep 22
W 2 - 0at HOU
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Fri Sep 23
W 10 - 6at HOU
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Sat Sep 24
W 10 - 4at HOU
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Sun Sep 25
L 4 - 1at HOU
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Mon Sep 26
W 2 - 1OAK
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Tue Sep 27
W 8 - 1OAK
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Wed Sep 28
W 8 - 6OAK
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Fri Sep 30
W 7 - 1HOU
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Sat Oct 1
L 3 - 0HOU
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Sun Oct 2
W 8 - 1HOU
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Standings

AL
West
LEAGUE
W-L
Overall
W-L
Texas82-6095-67
Seattle73-6986-76
Houston73-6984-78
Los Angeles65-7774-88
Oakland62-8069-93
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Angels' Mike Trout: Sets 40 steals as personal goal
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Trout said that he would like to get back to 40 steals this season, the Orange County Register reports.

Trout saw his steals decrease exponentially after accruing 49 in his breakout campaign in 2012. They got as low as 11 in 2015 before bouncing back with 30 steals last season. The two-time AL MVP is looking to continue that trend in 2016 with 40 being the goal he set for himself this spring training. We all know Trout has the athleticism to pull it off, but stolen bases are largely dictated by a team's coaches and also are affected by where a player bats in the order. If he were to attain his goal, he would have the potential to be the fifth member of the elite 40-40 club (he hit 41 homers in 2015). It's a stretch to project he will attain that milestone, but the fact that it is even plausible is what makes Trout easily one of the top fantasy options heading into the regular season.

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Angels' Albert Pujols: Progressing well, but won't play Saturday
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Pujols (foot) said that he is progressing well, but he will certainly not be ready for the Angels' Cactus League debut and is still questionable for Opening Day, the Orange County Register reports.

Pujols -- who wasn't able to run last week -- said that he has been running on an Ultra G treadmill in an effort to reduce the impact on his lower body. He has also been swinging in the cages and reported no soreness afterwords. These are all promising signs after the slugger underwent foot surgery in December. The Angels will likely play it cautious with Pujols and we may not not see much -- if any -- of him in spring training games.

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Angels' Vicente Campos: Back to 100 percent
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Campos (arm) said he is feeling 100 percent and will compete for a starting rotation spot this spring, the Orange County Register reports.

The Angels claimed Campos this offseason after he suffered his injury. It looks like it was a smart stash now as they have a 24-year-old who posted a 3.22 ERA across five levels last season. He owns a modest 2.79 K/BB ratio, so he may be able to hold is own if he finds his way onto a major league mound this season. Given how thin the Angels are in the starting pitching department, it wouldn't be surprising to see Campos make his debut with Los Angeles sometime this year.

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Angels' John Lamb: Possible return in second half
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Lamb (back) is eyeing a return near the All-Star break, according to the Orange County Register.

The Angels signed Lamb this offseason knowing he would have to miss some time after undergoing back surgery last October. The southpaw didn't fair well with the Reds last season, posting a 6.43 ERA in 70 innings. He does posses the ability to strike batters out (8.72 K/9), which is likely what enticed the Angels to sign the 26-year-old. Even with his poor ERA totals, the pitching-deficient Angels will likely give Lamb a look once he is fully rehabbed.

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Angels' Andrew Heaney: Will not pitch in 2017
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

The Angels have not wavered on their stance of holding Heaney (elbow) out for the entire 2017 season, the Orange County Register reports.

Heaney underwent Tommy John surgery last July, so a return this season wouldn't have come until the second half of the season at the earliest. He showed promise in his first full season with the Angels back in 2015, posting a 3.49 ERA over 18 starts. Given how shallow the Angels' pitching pool is, it makes sense that they want to take extra precaution with one of their younger arms and hold him out until next season.

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2016 Team Leaders
AVGMike Trout , CF.315
HRAlbert Pujols , DH31
RBIAlbert Pujols , DH119
OBPMike Trout , CF.441
SLGMike Trout , CF.550
RMike Trout , CF123
SBMike Trout , CF30
WJered Weaver , SP12
ERARicky Nolasco , SP4.42
WHIPRicky Nolasco , SP1.24
KRicky Nolasco , SP144
SVHuston Street , RP9

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