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Angels' Chris Devenski: Logs win No. 3
Devenski (3-0) threw 1.2 shutout innings to get the win over the Astros on Sunday, allowing just one hit and striking out two in the process.
Devenski began by allowing a leadoff double to Yainer Diaz in the seventh, but went on to retire the next five batters he faced and ended his outing with a strikeout of Yordan Alvarez. The 32-year-old has six straight scoreless outings dating back to May 21. Over that span, Devenski has picked up two holds and two wins and has an 8:0 K:BB in seven innings.... See More ... See Less
Angels' Griffin Canning: Delivers another quality start
Canning allowed one run on four hits and a walk while striking out four over six innings Sunday against the Astros. He did not factor into the decision.
Canning navigated through the Astros' order for his third consecutive quality start. His only blemish for the day was a solo home run given up to Yainer Diaz, but otherwise, Canning did not surrender an extra-base hit. The 27-year-old has given up three runs over his last 19 frames and has been the Angels' most consistent pitcher of late. He's lowered his ERA to a 4.47 to go with a 1.24 WHIP and 43:15 K:BB over 48.1 innings and will look to keep things rolling next weekend against Seattle.... See More ... See Less
Angels' Carlos Estevez: Nabs 14th save
Estevez earned a save over the Astros on Sunday, walking one batter in a scoreless inning.
The game was tight throughout, and Estevez was asked to protect a one-run ninth-inning lead. He did so on just 11 pitches despite issuing a one-out walk. After a shaky spring training, Estevez has established a stranglehold on the Angels' closer role by converting all 14 of his save chances so far. He's posted a 1.42 ERA, 1.11 WHIP and 32:11 K:BB over 25.1 innings.... See More ... See Less
Angels' Zach Neto: Hitless in return
Neto (foot) went 0-for-3 with a run scored in his return to the lineup Sunday against the Astros.
Neto did not play Saturday due to a bruised left foot after he was hit by a pitch. The 22-year-old was back in the lineup Sunday and slotted in as the team's ninth hitter. He reached via a fielder's choice in the eighth and wound up scoring the winning run after Shohei Ohtani doubled to bring him home. Neto has shown flashes of potential at the plate as a youngster, but he has cooled off lately, slashing just .111/.242/.148 with one RBI and a run scored over his last nine games.... See More ... See Less
Angels' Luis Rengifo: Finds power in win
Rengifo went 1-for-3 with a solo home run in Sunday's 2-1 win over the Astros.
Rengifo took J.P. France deep to right center in the sixth to knot the game up at one apiece. It was the 26-year-old's first home run since May 4 and just his third of the year. Rengifo surprised everyone last season by clubbing 17 homers in 127 games, which was good for fourth on the team, but that power has not translated over to this season. He continues to own a low strikeout rate (18.8 percent) and is taking more walks this season (10.8 percent in comparison to just 3.4 percent last year) but is slashing just .221/.313/.314 with 17 RBI, 21 runs and a 17:30 BB:K over 160 plate appearances.... See More ... See Less
Angels' Mickey Moniak: Loses starting gig to Ward
Moniak is out of the lineup for Sunday's game against the Astros.
Though Moniak has slashed .327/.340/.694 in 50 plate appearances since his call-up from Triple-A Salt Lake on May 12, he's drawn just one walk and has struck out at a 34 percent clip during that stretch. While Moniak was almost certainly headed for a downturn in his production, the Angels have seemingly pulled the plug on the 25-year-old before regression set in. Moniak will now sit for the fourth consecutive game, with a suddenly hot-hitting Taylor Ward having taken back duties as the Angels' primary left fielder.... See More ... See Less
Angels' Anthony Rendon: Could return Tuesday vs. Cubs
Angels manager Phil Nevin said Sunday that Rendon (groin) is likely to return from the 10-day injured list Tuesday or Wednesday versus the Cubs, Sam Blum of The Athletic reports.
Nevin implied that Wednesday is a more likely for Rendon's return than Tuesday, but regardless, the Angels' everyday third baseman looks poised to rejoin the mix in the coming days. Rendon has been on the shelf since May 15 with a left groin strain, and he appears set to bypass a rehab assignment prior to being activated. Rendon was playing well in the weeks prior to his injury, and he should go back to hitting in the middle of the Los Angeles lineup upon his return.... See More ... See Less
Angels' Jared Walsh: Not starting Sunday
Walsh is out of the lineup for Sunday's game against the Astros, Rhett Bollinger of MLB.com reports.
Walsh has a .569 OPS in 14 games since coming off the injured list May 20, and he'll sit Sunday despite the fact righty J.P. France is starting for Houston. Brandon Drury will shift to first base while Luis Rengifo starts at the keystone.... See More ... See Less
Angels' Zach Neto: Returns to lineup Sunday
Neto (foot) is playing shortstop and hitting ninth versus Houston on Sunday, Rhett Bollinger of MLB.com reports.
Neto sat out Saturday's game against Houston after being removed from Friday's contest with a bruise on his left foot, but the rookie shortstop is good to go Sunday for the series finale against the Astros.... See More ... See Less
Angels' Hunter Renfroe: Snaps homer drought
Renfroe went 1-for-4 with a solo home run Saturday in a loss to Houston.
Renfroe came into the contest having gone 20 games without a homer, so his seventh-inning solo shot was a welcome sign for his fantasy managers. The outfielder had maintained a tolerable .253 batting average and 21.7 percent strikeout rate during the homer drought, so he hasn't been been at risk of losing any playing time. Renfroe is up to 11 long balls on the campaign, putting him on pace to reach the 25-homer mark for the sixth time over six full big-league seasons (not including the shortened 2020 campaign).... See More ... See Less
Angels' Shohei Ohtani: Raps four hits in loss
Ohtani went 4-for-5 with a double, a triple, two runs and two RBI in Saturday's 9-6 loss to the Astros.
Ohtani came up a homer short of a cycle, finishing with his second four-hit game of the campaign. His third-inning triple gave the Angels their first run, and the two-way star notched another RBI with a double in the seventh. Ohtani has added to his excellent work on the mound with another big season at the plate -- through 253 plate appearances, he's slashing .274/.348/.540 with 15 homers, 40 RBI, 35 runs and seven stolen bases.... See More ... See Less
Angels' Jose Soriano: Hurls scoreless frame in MLB debut
Soriano worked a scoreless inning against the Astros on Saturday, allowing one walk and striking out one batter.
Soriano earned his first call-up to the majors after posting a 4.24 ERA, 1.47 WHIP and 31:16 K:BB over 23.1 innings at Double-A this season. The right-hander faced a challenge against the heart of Houston's lineup in his debut outing, but he worked around a one-out walk to Alex Bregman to fire a scoreless frame. Soriano has the strikeout stuff -- including a high-90-s fastball -- to eventually work as a high-leverage reliever, but he's unlikely to see many such opportunities in his initial stint in the majors.... See More ... See Less
Angels' Patrick Sandoval: Struggles in short outing
Sandoval (3-5) took the loss against Houston on Saturday, allowing six runs on eight hits and three walks while striking out four batters over 3.1 innings.
Sandoval gave up a run in each of the first and third frames before enduring a rough fourth. He began that inning by striking out Jake Meyers before the Astros tagged him for four straight singles. That resulted in Sandoval getting the hook, and he was charged with three runs after his departure when Jacob Webb surrendered an Alex Bregman grand slam. This was Sandoval's fourth straight loss and his shortest outing of the campaign, while the six runs were the most he has given up in an appearance this season. The southpaw was a popular preseason fantasy sleeper, but he's been inconsistent so far, posting a 4.14 ERA, 1.40 WHIP and 40:25 K:BB over 58.2 innings.... See More ... See Less
Angels' Jose Soriano: Recalled to MLB bullpen
Soriano was recalled Saturday from Double-A Rocket City, Sam Blum of The Athletic reports.
Soriano will get his first taste of MLB action at age 24, presumably operating as a low-leverage bullpen option for the Angels. He had pitched to a 4.24 ERA with 31 strikeouts through 23.1 innings this season at the Double-A level.... See More ... See Less
Angels' Chase Silseth: Sent out to Triple-A
Silseth was optioned to Triple-A Salt Lake on Saturday, Sam Blum of The Athletic reports.
Jose Soriano will join the Angels' bullpen in a corresponding roster move. Silseth has posted a 5.30 ERA and 15:13 K:BB in 18.2 innings this season at the MLB level.... See More ... See Less
Angels' Zach Neto: Out with bruised foot
Neto (foot) is not in the starting lineup Saturday versus the Astros.
Neto was removed from Friday night's game in Houston after taking a pitch off his left foot. X-rays came back negative and he is considered day-to-day. Livan Soto will play shortstop and bat ninth for the Angels on Saturday.... See More ... See Less
Team Statistical Rankings
|A. Rendon 3B Anthony Rendon 3B||Groin|
|L. O'Hoppe C Logan O'Hoppe C||Shoulder|
|M. Moore RP Matt Moore RP||Oblique|
|J. Quijada RP Jose Quijada RP||Elbow|
|J. Suarez SP Jose Suarez SP||Shoulder|
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