— Justin Upton hit a grand slam in the seventh inning, and Jared Walsh homered and drove in three runs in the Los Angeles Angels' 10-3 victory over the Minnesota Twins on Friday night.
The Dodgers remain a clear No. 1 at the top -- but there is plenty of movement after that.
— Salvador Pérez homered and doubled to cap off an impressive series, leading Brad Keller and the Kansas City Royals over the Los Angeles Angels 6-1 on Wednesday.
— Royals catcher Salvador Perez picked David Fletcher off third with the bases loaded for the final out in the ninth inning, helping the Kansas City Royals beat Shohei Ohtani and the Los Angeles Angels 3-2 Tuesday night.
You can't deny the math: There are only two dozen players who can be considered truly elite in any season. Here's who will leap onto the list this year and who will drop off.
— Shohei Ohtani had three hits and three RBI, and Mike Trout hit a two-run homer, leading the Los Angeles Angels over the Kansas City Royals 10-3 Monday night.
Los Angeles Angels third baseman Anthony Rendon, who was hurt while making a throw late in a 15-1 loss to the Toronto Blue Jays on Saturday, was placed on the 10-day injured list.
— The game between the Los Angeles Angels and Toronto scheduled for Sunday at the Blue Jays' temporary home in Florida was postponed because of rain.
Angels right fielder Dexter Fowler sustained a torn ACL on Friday against the Blue Jays and will miss the remainder of the season.
— Bo Bichette had five RBI, Randal Grichuk hit a three-run double during a seven-run second inning and the Toronto Blue Jays stopped a four-game skid by routing the Los Angeles Angels 15-1 on Saturday night following a rain delay that lasted more than...
— Shohei Ohtani homered and drove in four runs, Andrew Heaney pitched six scoreless innings and the Los Angeles Angels beat the Toronto Blue Jays 7-1 on Friday night.
Who says you can't learn anything from small sample sizes? It's time to make some bold predictions based on what we've seen so far.
— David Fletcher had a two-run single in the 11th inning. and the Los Angeles Angels beat Toronto 7-5 on Thursday night in the first regular season game played at the Blue Jays' spring training ballpark.
Here's how all 30 teams stack up exactly one week since Opening Day.
— Carlos Correa hit a tiebreaking, two-run homer in the ninth inning and the Houston Astros split a short series against the AL West rival Los Angeles Angels with a 4-2 victory Tuesday.
USA Baseball has hired Mike Scioscia to lead a team of minor leaguers in the Baseball Americas Qualifier -- a second-chance Olympic qualifying event -- to be played in June in Florida.
A Home Run Derby at Coors Field?! Here are the sluggers we want to see hitting blasts in the mile-high air
The MLB All-Star Game moving to Denver means a high-altitude HR derby. We pick our dream field and predict the longest homers.
The Astros heard it all from Angels fans during their loss on Monday -- a game that saw an inflatable trash can and a real one be tossed onto the field.
— Mike Trout hit his first home run of the season and Shohei Ohtani came off the bench to score the go-ahead run during an eighth-inning rally that sent the Los Angeles Angels past the Houston Astros 7-6 on Monday night.
It was part Little League magic, part elite professional prowess and completely engrossing. That's why the answer to whether the Angels should try to use Ohtani more as a two-way player was always "of course."
— Shohei Ohtani hit a 451-foot homer and pitched two-hit ball into the fifth inning in a historic two-way performance, and Jared Walsh hit a walkoff homer in the Los Angeles Angels' 7-4 victory over the Chicago White Sox on Sunday night.
Shohei Ohtani had both the fastest-thrown pitch (100.6 mph) of any starting pitcher and the hardest-hit home run (115.2 mph) this season, but his start was cut short after taking a Jose Abreu cleat to his left ankle.
The Angels' slugger/pitcher's incredible talent has been the talk of baseball this spring. Will this be the season he puts it all together?
— Justin Upton's homer capped a three-run rally in the eighth inning and the Los Angeles Angels, helped by a flyball that bounced off the head of White Sox center fielder Luis Robert, beat hot-hitting Yermín Mercedes and Chicago 5-3 Saturday night.