Álex Torres

#54RP,
Height: 5' 10"
Weight: 185
Bat: L
Throw: L
Born:
College: None
Birth Place: Valencia, Venezuela
Draft: Undrafted
  • Trout (thumb) out; still awaiting MRI results
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    Trout (thumb) out; still awaiting MRI results

    ESPN.com news services Mike Trout will not play for the Los Angeles Angels on Monday night against the Atlanta Braves, but the team is still awaiting the results of Trout's MRI. The Angels are hoping he avoids a trip to the disabled list after the star center fielder sprained his left thumb in Sunday's loss to the Miami Marlins. X-rays taken on Trout's hand were negative for any fracture, according to the team. "A scary thing," Trout said after Anaheim's 9-2 loss in Miami. "Hopefully it's just sore and just jammed, a bad jam. "I'm obviously bummed out, but Monday if it feels a little better, we'll see how it goes." Trout suffered the injury on a headfirst slide while trying to steal second base

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    Atlanta Braves: Kris Medlen to make Tommy Hanson proud again

    Yesterday, the Atlanta Braves announced former fan favorite, Kris Medlen, will be promoted to Double-A Mississippi. The comeback kid returns. The 5’10” 190lb right-hander spent the 2006-2014 seasons with the Braves, three of those seasons being plagued by Tommy John recovery. Medlen was traded to the Royals where they went on become World Series Champions in 2015. The championship glamor did not last long for Medlen. He was sidelined during the 2016 season with rotator cuff inflammation. In Atlanta, Medlen’s fan popularity surged in 2012 and 2013 with ace caliber outings. By the end of 2012, he possessed a 1.57 ERA in 50 games, 12 of them being starts. His performance was pivotal for the Braves’

  • Series preview: Braves @ Angels (Simba’s revenge?)
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    Series preview: Braves @ Angels (Simba’s revenge?)

    After a disappointing road trip that saw the Angels drop six out of 10 games to bring their record to 26-27, the Angels welcome the Braves to town. Atlanta is currently tied for second place in the NL East at 21-27, and they lost one of the game’s top players, Freddie Freeman, to an injury a couple of weeks ago. They’ve scored one more run than the Angels this year, which slots them at 17th in the majors in that category, and they are 24th in team ERA. The Braves are in the midst of a rebuilding process, which is why Andrelton Simmons is an Angel and the reason the Angels should have the advantage in this series. Question: Can the Angels find a way to win a series against a team they’re supposed