|Angels Young Star Says He Has Better Understanding of What He's Capable of After Offseason Work. Angels Young Star Says He Has Better Understanding of What He's Capable of After Offseason Work He's learned a lot after his first year in the pros. Author: Maren Angus-Coombs Publish date: Feb 19, 2024 5:00 PM EST In this story: Los Angeles Angels On April 20 of last year, Logan O'Hoppe went down in the batter's box. He grimaced in pain as the trainers went to check on him. He tore the labrum in his left shoulder and missed the next four months. O'Hoppe returned in late August and hit nine homers in 26 games in September. Last season, he hit .236/.296/.500 with 14 homers, six doubles, and 29 RBIs in 51 games. Heading into this year, he wants to build off his early successes from
|Angels News: Logan O'Hoppe Wants to Forget 'Bad Taste in His Mouth' From 2023 Season. Angels News: Logan O'Hoppe Wants to Forget 'Bad Taste in His Mouth' From 2023 Season O'Hoppe is looking forward to next season. Author: Matt Levine Publish date: Feb 18, 2024 7:00 PM EST In this story: Los Angeles Angels The Los Angeles Angels will enter the new season with a re-established sense of hope. Despite losing Shohei Ohtani over the offseason, the Angels feel good about where they are as a team. They have a good amount of depth across the roster and have a few solid, young players that they are looking forward to seeing grow. One of those is catcher Logan O'Hoppe, who took a major step forward in 2023. O'Hoppe spoke about what he's looking forward to for this coming season
|Angels players feel 'really good vibes' as spring training begins. Angels players – not just pitchers and catchers – were scattered across practice fields, bullpen mounds and batting cages on Tuesday afternoon. All of that would have been totally routine for spring training, except it was actually a day before the first “official” workout of the spring. “Physical day is always the worst because you're home at 11 and have nothing to do for the rest of the day,” catcher Logan O'Hoppe said after catching bullpen sessions and hitting. O'Hoppe had a broad smile on his face as he described the “completely different feel” around Angels camp as they begin preparing for the 2024 season.
|Logan O'Hoppe Brimming With Confidence Entering Angels' 2024 Season. Logan O'Hoppe Brimming With Confidence Entering Angels' 2024 Season The young catcher is looking for a full breakout season in 2024. Author: Matt Levine Publish date: Feb 2, 2024 7:36 PM EST In this story: Los Angeles Angels The Los Angeles Angels have 99 problems. Catcher ain't one. Logan O'Hoppe is ready to show what he can do through a full season after a strong showing to end 2023. At 23 years old in his first season as an everyday major league catcher, O'Hoppe slugged 14 home runs in a mere 51 games for the Angels in 2023. O'Hoppe missed a good chunk of the season due to a torn labrum in his shoulder . Now he is ready to prove he belongs in the big leagues and can say
|Angels News: Logan O'Hoppe Primed for Home Run Surge in 2024. Angels News: Logan O'Hoppe Primed for Home Run Surge in 2024 The Angels young star will be looking to break out even more next season. Author: Matt Levine Publish date: Jan 21, 2024 12:00 PM EST In this story: Los Angeles Angels The Los Angeles Angels will be banking on some of their younger players to carry a larger role next season. The team wants to be competitive, and they do have a few guys on the roster who they are looking forward to watching develop. One player that the Angels are particularly excited about for next season is young catcher Logan O'Hoppe . He was acquired at the trade deadline in 2022 from the Philadelphia Phillies for outfielder Brandon Marsh. Since then, he has