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Los Angeles Angels Pitcher Shohei Ohtani Is Also Really, Really Fast

When the Los Angeles Angels signed Japanese pitcher/hitter/all-around phenom Shohei Ohtani last December, the hype was palpable. Somehow, Ohtani h...

Angels' Shohei Ohtani Can Throw 102 MPH and Crush 500-foot Home Runs

Any time a Japanese superstar comes to the MLB, it's accompanied by deafening hype. There was Ichiro, the wiry slap-hitting spark plug who debuted ...

Gear Up Like an MVP With the Nike Zoom Trout 3 Turf Shoe

Mike Trout might be the most versatile player in Major League Baseball. Last season, the 25-year-old outfielder smashed 29 home runs, drove in 100 run...

WATCH: Mike Trout Push Around a Tractor Tire Filled with 300 Pounds of Dumbbells

Los Angeles Angels centerfielder Mike Trout is giving new meaning to the term "off-season"—and by that we mean he's taking no days off. The 24-y...

Mike Trout's Top 5 Home Run-Stealing Catches

Mike Trout, centerfielder for the Los Angeles Angels, is a four-time All-Star and Silver Slugger Award winner. He was the 2014 American League MVP a...

The Adrenaline Junkie: Discover What Drives All-Star Pitcher C.J. Wilson

Los Angeles Angels starting pitcher C.J. Wilson throws everything but the kitchen sink at opposing hitters. But even more diverse than his pitch rep...

Jered Weaver Swears Off Machines, Increases Fastball Velocity

Los Angeles Angels pitcher Jered Weaver made an unusual adjustment to his routine after starting the season with an 0-2 record. It was unusual in...

Mike Trout's Epic Box Jump Will Leave You Speechless [VIDEO]

You've seen Mike Trout's crazy over-the-wall, home run-stealing catches. Now he's showing off where his vertical prowess originates. The Los Ange...

Los Angeles Angels Coach on Losing the False Step

False steps waste time. "Many athletes waste time by taking a small step back with their right foot, pivoting and then stepping with their left foot,...

Leading Off Tip

"Don't be afraid to get off the bag. Your lead should be far enough from the bag that you have to dive back when the pitcher throws. If you get back ...

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