Los Angeles Angels
The Los Angeles Angels are getting pretty good at celebrations during a 13-3 surge that gets them closer to the postseason with each big finish.
Back-to-back homers by Prince Fielder and Delmon Young lead the Detroit Tigers to victory over the Los Angeles Angels 5-2 on Sunday.
It’s unclear if Miguel Cabrera will be back at third base for the Detroit Tigers, but the Los Angeles Angels are certain to have Dan Haren back on the mound.
Max Scherzer struck out nine and got plenty of run support as Miguel Cabrera and Alex Avila homered to help the Detroit Tigers beat the Los Angeles Angels 5-1 Thursday.
With the exception of their most recent defeat, the Detroit Tigers should be happy about the way they’ve collectively swung the bats of late.
Mike Trout may be a rookie, but he’s the AL’s top hitter.
Young players are often compared to all-time greats when they’re brought up, although most of the time it’s from fans and media.
While the Detroit Tigers are heating up at home, the Los Angeles Angels are suddenly struggling on the road.
An error and other misplays in the eighth inning ended a no-hit run by the Tigers’ Justin Verlander but Detroit still beat the Los Angeles Angels 3-2 on Sunday.
The Tigers gave up a tie game, allowing two runs in the sixth and the L.A. bats got stronger from there as the Detroit Tigers go on to lose to the Los Angeles Angels 5-1 on Saturday.