Copa celebrations bring la Diversión
Modesto, Columbia celebrate Latin culture with ballpark festivities
Each month, MiLB.com spotlights an aspect of Copa de la Diversión, Minor League Baseball's Hispanic fan engagement initiative sponsored by Nationwide, the program's official insurance partner. This edition celebrates the unique ballpark entertainment that lives up to the spirit of the Copa program. Check out our look at the similar
Schanuel coming as advertised for Trash Pandas
Three weeks after Draft, Angels first-rounder mashing at Double-A
When the Angels drafted Nolan Schanuel with the 11th overall pick in this month’s 2023 MLB Draft, the organization hoped the slugging first baseman would rise quickly through its Minor League system. It was a match seemingly made for such an ascent: come Draft day, many felt Schanuel’s polished bat
All the buzz: Salt Lake's Adell mashes 514-ft. homer
MiLB's long ball leader drives the longest tater of the year to date
"Come on, Jo, that ball has babies."
That was Salt Lake Bees broadcaster Steve Klauke’s home run call after Jo Adell's most recent moonshot on Tuesday night.
Down by three runs in the bottom of the eighth, Adell absolutely destroyed a 3-0 slider, 514 feet to left-center field and out
The best of the Angels' Minor League ballparks
Fries in hand, prospects head for Anaheim through hills, space
The Minor League Ballpark Guides series presented by Wyndham brings all the most fun features of Minors ballparks across America (and one in Canada!) onto your desktop, tablet or mobile device, whether you're interested in taking a virtual tour from where you sit or planning a trip to catch some
Danas, Mesas get in some extra bonding time
Two sets of prospects mark National Brother's Day differently
For the Dana brothers, playing for the Tri-City Dust Devils is something of a family tradition. And for the Mesa brothers, taking the field for the Pensacola Blue Wahoos was a treat they'd like to repeat. But in both cases, being in pro ball in the same organization as their
Adell, Silseth Win PCL Player of the Week
Adell set new Bees franchise record for consecutive games with a home run with six
Minor League Baseball announced Monday morning that Salt Lake Bees outfielder Jo Adell and pitcher Chase Silseth have been named Pacific Coast League Player of the Week at their respective positions in the first awards window of the 2023 campaign. This is the first time that either player has won
6 degrees of HRs: Adell goes yard again ... and again
After extending streak to six straight games, OFer hits yet another
This is getting ridiculous -- in the best possible way.
When Jo Adell homered in three straight games for Triple-A Salt Lake, it raised some eyebrows. When the streak reached four, it prompted a dive into his swing decision improvements. After the fifth game in a row, something about Adell’s
Prospect Primer: American League West
Great Britain's newly crowned royalty working way to Emerald City
Some prospects are on the verge of stardom, others are entering a crucial phase of their development and others are getting their first tastes of full-season ball. As the 2023 season approaches, MiLB.com goes through each MLB division to take a look at the most intriguing prospects.
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The Road to The Show™: Angels’ O’Hoppe
No. 64 overall prospect maintains scorching pace after trade
Each week, MiLB.com profiles an elite prospect by chronicling the steps he's taken toward achieving his Major League dream. Here's a look at top Angels prospect Logan O’Hoppe. For more stories about players on The Road to The Show, click here.
While every prospect travels a unique path to the
Quero, Silseth are heaven sent for Angels
International signings, college arms headline club's All-Stars
Each offseason, MiLB.com goes position by position across each organization and honors the players -- regardless of age or prospect status -- who had the best seasons in each farm system. Next up in our 2022 Organization All-Stars series are the Los Angeles Angels.
Prospect Q&A: Angels right-hander Joyce
Hard-throwing reliever discusses first MiLB action, viral fame
In the early part of the college baseball season, the world was introduced to Ben Joyce.
A hard-throwing reliever at the University of Tennessee, Joyce became an internet sensation after his first few appearances for the Vols. Clips of a 6-foot-5, 225-pound reliever reaching fastball velocities as high as 105
Rocket City trio combines on franchise's first no-no
Silseth, Murphy and Torres compile 15 K's across historic feat
You never forget your first, and for Chase Silseth, Luke Murphy, Eric Torres and Double-A Rocket City, this feeling will certainly last a lifetime.
Salt Lake's Harrison finishes off first cycle
Angels outfielder equals career highs with five hits, five RBIs
Apparently hitting for the cycle wasn't enough for Monte Harrison.
An inning after completing the milestone, the Angels outfielder added a second double for good measure to equal a career high with five hits as Triple-A Salt Lake rolled past Reno, 11-4, at Greater Nevada Field. Harrison's cycle was the
Scouting report: Angels right-hander Bachman
Club’s No. 2 prospect has arsenal to ride fast track to Majors
MiLB.com's Scouting Report series spotlights players who are just starting their professional careers, focusing on what the experts are projecting for these young phenoms. Here's a look at second-ranked Angels prospect Sam Bachman.
The Angels have gone through great lengths to address their pitching woes in the past few years.
Houston Harding's Wild 2021 Rides Through Rocket City
Pitcher won College World Series before debuting with Trash Pandas
The most stressful moment of Houston Harding’s 2021 season wasn’t when he took the mound with his Mississippi State Bulldogs facing elimination in the College World Series.
Instead, it was the next day, when he had to watch his teammates fight for the National Championship from the dugout in the
Stefanic, Daniel offer optimism for Angels
Halos hope versatile prospects can help end lengthy drought
Each offseason, MiLB.com goes position by position across each system and honors the players -- regardless of age or prospect status -- who had the best seasons in their organization. Click here to locate your favorite club.
If a few key players can figure out a way to stick in
Scouting report: Angels' Reid Detmers
No. 10 overall selection on the fast track to The Show
MiLB.com's Scouting Report series spotlights players who are just starting their professional careers, focusing on what the experts are projecting for these young phenoms. Here's a look at second-ranked Angels prospect Reid Detmers. For more player journeys on The Road to The Show, click here.
The Road to The Show™: Brandon Marsh
Angels could bring another great outfielder into Major League fold
Each week, MiLB.com profiles an elite prospect by chronicling the steps he's taken to reach the brink of realizing his Major League dream. Here's a look at Los Angeles Angels outfielder Brandon Marsh. For more player journeys on The Road to The Show, click here.
After narrowing his focus to
Roundup: White Sox invite Vaughn to camp
Cardinals, Angels also bringing Top-100 talents to Spring Training
The White Sox addressed their rotation, bullpen and outfield situation by adding Lance Lynn, Liam Hendriks and Adam Eaton this offseason. Their biggest opening might be at the designated hitter spot. They'll get a closer look at one talented internal option very soon.
No. 14 overall prospect Andrew Vaughn is
2021 Prospect Projections: AL West rookies
How Astros, Halos, M's, A's, Rangers prospects could fare in 2021
This is the fifth in a six-part Toolshed series that uses FanGraphs' Steamer 600 projections to look at how prospects would fare over a full Major League season in 2021. The system bases its forecast on 600 plate appearances for position players, 450 plate appearances for catchers, 200 innings for
The Show Before the Show: Episode 285
Angels' Rodriguez discusses road back from major back injuries
Check out the latest episode of The Show Before the Show, MiLB.com's official podcast. A segment rundown is listed below, in case you want to skip to a particular section. Like the podcast? Subscribe, rate and review "Minor League Baseball podcast" on iTunes. The podcast is also available via Spotify,
State of the System: Los Angeles Angels
Marsh, Adams, Jones lead deep group of outfield prospects
Starting in October and running through the end of the year, MiLB.com's State of the System series evaluates the strengths and weaknesses of each Major League organization, highlights prospects who've made the biggest strides in 2020 and offers a peek at 2021.
After a 30-50 finish to the 2019 campaign,