Angels Baseball

Sweep! The Angels swept the last homestand of the 2022 season with the 8–3 win over the Rangers. The team did not miss a chance in the first inning and scored six to grab the momentum– Mike Trout, Taylor Ward, and Livan Soto each had three hits to contribute in 14 total hits by the team for the win. Light that Baby Up!

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It’s Fan Appreciation Day at the Big A! Before the game, the organization presented Angels Most Valuable Player and Nick Adenhart Pitcher of the Year to Shohei Ohtani. The Halos stayed hot winning six in a row! Starting pitcher Jose Suarez pitched the seven innings– taking a perfection until the seventh inning– giving up only two runs to record his eighth win of the season. Rookie Livan Soto went perfect 3-for-3 in the batters box with two doubles and scored a game-winning run in the seventh inning.

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The Angels kept up their hot performance, defeating the Rangers in the first game of the last series at the Big A. Starting pitcher Reid Detmers hurled a solid six innings while striking out nine in his final start of the 2022 season. Also, the team held a retirement ceremony for veteran catcher Kurt Suzuki prior to the game– he will start one last time at home tomorrow and will start another game at the road game in Oakland, where he was drafted and debuted with. Congratulations on your retirement, Zuk!

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The Halos sweep the series versus the Athletics, 4–2. Starting pitcher Shohei Ohtani flirted with no-hitter until the second out of the eighth inning on his last start at Big A in 2022 season– he also went 2-for-4 in the batters box and turned in his 96th RBI of the season. Three Halos Luis Rengifo, Taylor Ward, and Max Stassi went yard to help Ohtani’s win.

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The Angels kept the light on the halo as they defeated the Athletics, 4–1. Starting pitcher Michael Lorenzen delivered five unearned innings, bouncing back from a difficult first inning. Mike Trout and Taylor Ward both hit a home run each to help the team’s win. Also, the organization’s top prospect Logan O’Hoppe made an MLB debut today and checked off his first hit of the career on his first at-bat.

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The Angels defeat the Athletics in the first game of the last homestand of the season, 4–3. Jo Adell delivered a clutch, go-ahead RBI double in the eighth inning! Four players in the lineup had multi-hit game, including the rookie shortstop Livan Soto. Today’s game also marked 1400th game for Mike Trout!

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With kids heading back to the classroom, the Angels Baseball Foundation welcomed 800 local students to Angel Stadium in an effort to provide them with essentials for the start of the upcoming school year. The Angels Baseball Foundation distributed new shoes, school supplies, Angels clothing items, and food from Second Harvest Food Bank to each child in attendance. The event served students from Anaheim Family YMCA, Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater Anaheim — Cypress, Project Access, OC Rescue Mission, and Easterseals.

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Light That Baby Up! The Angels pull another one-run win over the Mariners, 2–1. Starting pitcher Shohei Ohtani hurled strong seven innings, giving up none and striking out nine and helped himself with an RBI double in the first inning. Relief pitcher Aaron Loup recorded his first save of the season delivering a clean ninth inning for the win.

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