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Posts Tagged ‘Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim.’

LA Angels’ Weaver named American League Player of the Week

 

Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim pitcher Jered Weaver, who tossed the first no-hitter of his career last Wednesday and the second in the Majors this season, has been named American League Player of the Week in recognition of his accomplishment for the period ending May 6th.

This is Weaver’s first career Player of the Week honor.

Jared Weaver (courtesy of MLBpressbox.com)

In recognition of his American League Player of the Week Award, Jered Weaver will be awarded a watch courtesy of Game Time, the leader in licensed sports watches, available at MLB.com.

Weaver, Northridge, California native and a two-time A.L. All-Star, needed 121 pitches to shut down the Minnesota Twins, 9-0, in the ninth individual no-hitter in Angels history and the 10th overall. It was the first no-no for the Angels since Ervin Santana blanked the Cleveland Indians on July 27, 2011 at Progressive Field, and it was the first gem by an Angels starter at home since Mark Langston and Mike Witt combined to no-hit the Seattle Mariners on April 11, 1990.

Against Minnesota, the 6’7” right-hander threw 16 first-pitch strikes en route to a season-high nine strikeouts while issuing his lone walk to Josh Willingham in the seventh inning. The Twins’ only other baserunner came in the second when Chris Parmelee reached first base safely on a passed ball following a strikeout. The victory helped the Long Beach State product improve to 4-0 with a 1.61 ERA on the season.

The 29-year-old Weaver is a 2-time All-Star with a career record of 86-47, an ERA of 3.24, 1,022 strikeouts, 10 complete games, 5 shutouts and was the MLB strikeout leader in 2010.

 

Info compiled from the Los Angeles Angels & MLBpressbox.com

Indians sign more pitching depth in Garland

 

Jon Garland with San Diego Padres in 2010 (photo by Djh57 via wikipedia commons)

The Cleveland Indians have found a pitcher who could fill the void in their starting staff to replace Fausto Carmona, who is on baseball’s restricted list as he faces false identity charges in the Dominican Republic.

The Tribe has signed free agent pitcher Jon Garland to a minor league contract.

The 32-year-old Garland went 1-5 with a 4.33 ERA in with 9 starts for the Dodgers last season.

He won 14 games for the Padres in 2010.

The right-hander has won at least 12 games seven times and had two 18-win seasons as the ace of the Chicago White Sox.

Garland has also pitched for the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim, Arizona. He has pitched twice for the Dodgers.

His career totals includes a 132-119 won-loss record, 4.32 ERA with 1,124 strikeouts.

Garland, who had shoulder surgery last July, will be in Goodyear, Arizona next week to take a physical. If he passes all the tests, he’ll officially sign the Indians’ contract and will have a chance to make the team’s starting rotation.

 

Info compiled from Cleveland Indians, Radio & TV news

Hal Morris hired by Angels as scouting director

 

Hal Morris (Reds photo)

The Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim have hired former Cincinnati Reds first baseman Hal Morris as its director of professional scouting

The 46-year-old Morris for four teams in his 13-year career: New York Yankees, the Reds twice, Kansas City Royals and Detroit Tigers. He hit .304 in his career with 76 homers and 513 RBI’s. He was a member of the 1990 Reds team that went wire-to-wire to win the World championship.

Morris finished second in the National League in hitting .318 in 1991, trailing the Braves’ Terry Pendleton by one point.

Morris played his college baseball at the University of Michigan, where he was part of a team that started the 1983 season with a run of 33 straight wins.

 

Info compiled from Los Angeles Angeles of Anaheim, Radio & TV news

Jared Weaver stays with LA Angels by signing five-year deal

 

Jared Weaver (courtesy of MLBpressbox.com)

The Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim have signed their ace pitcher Jared Weaver to a five-year, $85 million deal that will keep him with the team through the 2016 season.

Weaver is one of Major League Baseball’s top young pitchers and could’ve seeked a more lucrative contract after the 2012 season as an unrestricted free agent, but he said, “he didn’t need more money.”

Weaver is currently 14-6 on the season with a 2.10 ERA.

 

Info compiled from the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim & MLB news

Colon shows he’s back; throws shutout against A’s

 

Bartolo Colon (courtesy of MLBpressbox.com)

38-year-old Bartolo Colon says he is better now than he was as a hard-throwing Cy Young Award winning ace pitcher. He learned alot in missing an entire season to rest his arm from various injuries.

He showed his old form on Monday against the Oakland A’s, throwing a four-hitter for his first shutout in nearly five years as the New York Yankees beat the Athletics for the eighth straight time, 5-0.

Colon allowed no walks and struck out six to snap a winless stretch with his first shutout since whitewashing Seattle 4-0 on July 5, 2006, while he was with the Angels.

Colon, who won the Cy Young Award in 2005 with the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim, has also pitched for Cleveland, Montreal, the White Sox twice and Boston.

His overall record is 155-106 with 1,663 strikeouts.

 

Info courtesy of New York Yankees, Radio & TV news

 

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