8/1/2015 | Angels run into tough arms, drop 5th straight
The Angels have lost eight of their past nine games, immediately after an uplifting stretch in which they lost only three times in a span of 20. Their latest defeat, a 3-1 loss at Dodger Stadium on Saturday afternoon, extended their losing streak to a season-high-tying five games.
8/1/2015 | Kershaw silences Trout in 'extraordinary' matchup
Mike Trout engaging Clayton Kershaw marked the first time in history the reigning Most Valuable Player Award winners in each league squared off in a regular season game.
8/1/2015 | Trout bests Greinke on outer-half pitches
Zack Greinke, arguably the best pitcher in baseball in 2015, has rolled through the Major Leagues by relentlessly attacking the outer third of the strike zone. But Mike Trout, well, he's in a league of his own.
8/1/2015 | Wilson may opt for season-ending surgery
Angels starter C.J. Wilson may be done for the year. An MRI on the veteran left-hander's elbow revealed "left elbow impingement secondary to arthritis" and Wilson said Saturday that he's strongly considering surgery to remove bone spurs, which would likely make him unavailable for the rest of the season.
8/1/2015 | Angels, Dodgers turn to new starters for finale
In the finale of the Freeway Series on Sunday at Dodger Stadium, Dodgers non-waiver Trade Deadline acquisition Mat Latos will square off against the Angels' Cory Rasmus.
8/1/2015 | Kershaw extends streak in historic MVP faceoff
Scratched twice due to a sore hip, Clayton Kershaw returned to the mound Saturday at Dodger Stadium and still dominated, extending his scoreless innings streak to 37 with a two-hitter over eight innings in a 3-1 Dodgers win over the Angels.
8/1/2015 | Santiago off his game for second straight start
This is two starts in a row that the Angels' All-Star pitcher hasn't exactly pitched like one. Hector Santiago gave up five runs on nine hits -- both tying season highs -- in five-plus innings Friday night as the Angels lost, 5-3, to the Dodgers in the Freeway Series opener.
8/1/2015 | Dodgers' bats stay hot as Greinke tops Angels
Howie Kendrick launched a solo home run in the first inning and Zack Greinke was strong for eight innings as the Dodgers beat the Angels, 5-3, at Dodger Stadium on Friday night.