SEATTLE, WA - APRIL 28: Starting pitcher Hisashi Iwakuma #18 of the Seattle Mariners pitches in the first inning with Peter Bourjos #25 of the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim on first base at Safeco Field on April 28, 2013 in Seattle, Washington. The Mariners defeated the Angels 2-1.
We have three center fielders when Peter Bourjos is healthy. Errors are part of it ... We have guys who are going to dive. We tell our guys errors are going to happen - make them physical. Be aggressive. Go for it.
I've always looked at offense and defense as two separate things ... They're not linked, or, at least, they shouldn't be.
It was probably about Tuesday that I started to feel pretty good, where I was walking normal ... Every day it's getting better.More quotes »
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Angels' plan is for Trout to play left field
returned to center field, he has resembled the dominant offensive force he was last year. However, when center fielder Peter Bourjos returns from the disabled list, the Los Angeles Angels plan to return Trout to left field. Trout is batting .346 in 13 games from Miami Herald Read more »
Peter Bourjos' hamstring feeling better
be sidelined. "You don't want to have anything keep you out of the lineup. This is pretty frustrating." Angels outfielder Peter Bourjos bunted a runner over in the top of the 11th inning Monday night and pulled up in pain. Bourjos grabbed his left hamstring from CBS Sports Read more »
Angels fans may be wondering who's on ... well, name the base
infield was set. The trade of Kendrys Morales to Seattle assured that Peter Bourjos, a favorite of General Manager Jerry Dipoto, would start in center field and slugger Mark Trumbo would have a spot. And the March trade of outfielder Vernon Wells to the Yankees from Los Angeles Times Read more »
Angels | Peter Bourjos won't return soon
Angeles Angels of Anaheim OF Peter Bourjos' (hamstring) injury is expected to keep him out of action until later this month, at least. Fantasy Tip: Nothing seems to be going right for the Angels to start this year, and Bourjos' absence has been a big hit. from KFFL Read more »
The sh!t has hit the fan: a Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim preview
year's breakneck pace, his .366 wOBA with great fielding from a 21-year-old center fielder is hardly disappointing. When Peter Bourjos went down with an injury, Trout slid over to his natural position which will only help increase his value. He's essentially from South Side Sox :: A Chicago White Sox Blog Read more »