Bill Hanstock is a Northern California native transplanted to the Los Angeles area. He's a lifelong fan of the San Francisco Giants, but don't hold that against him. It turns out that all he had to do to get the Giants to win a World Series was move to LA. He has a telecommunications degree from CSU Monterey Bay and is currently pursuing his MA at Cal State Los Angeles. He has written for print publications and online since 2000, joining the humor website Progressive Boink as a staff writer in 2006. Since then, he has written for On Sandwiches and Baseball Feelings, and has been a guest writer at With Leather on several occasions. Bill couldn't be prouder to be a part of the SB Nation family and is excited for what is sure to be a fascinating 2012 in LA sports.
The Angels came close, but had a heartbreaking end to their 2012 season. We look back at 2012 and look ahed to 2013.
The Angels are nearly at the finish line. They will have to win the rubber match of their final series to end the season on a winning note.
The Angels defeated the Mariners with ease on Monday. Unfortunately, they will not be heading to the postseason.
The Angels are one game away from elimination. The final series of the season begins on Monday.
The Angels needed to sweep Sunday's doubleheader and their series against the Rangers to keep pace in the Wild Card race. They took a loss and are on the edge of elimination.
The Angels opened Sunday's doubleheader with a huge come-from-behind win. They remain two games in back of the second Wild Card spot.
The Angels opened their three-game series against the Rangers with a definite statement. With a strong outing from Jered Weaver and their potent bats, the Halos won the opener with ease.
The Angels have a chance to move into a Wild Card berth in their second-to-last season series. Can they make a statement against the Rangers as they hit the road one last time?