A deep, talent-rich outfield market has basically passed the Angels by, their need in left field seemingly outweighed by their desire to stay below the dreaded luxury-tax threshold. Jason Heyward (Cubs), Alex Gordon (Royals) and Gerardo Parra (Rockies) have signed elsewhere, and barring a last-minute change in philosophy, Yoenis Cespedes, Justin Upton and Chris Davis […]
Major League Baseball released the first workout dates for every club in advance of Spring Training 2016. They are as follows:
The Angels officially announced widespread Minor League managerial changes on Monday.
Angels manager Mike Scioscia and several members of his coaching staff took the field Saturday to host a free clinic at the MLB Urban Youth Academy in Compton.
Angels center fielder Mike Trout recently helped bring some much-needed holiday cheer to a New Jersey family in desperate need of it.
The Angels avoided arbitration with Hector Santiago on Friday afternoon, signing him to a $5 million contract for 2016.
Four of Tim Salmon’s most distinguished former Angels teammates debuted on the Hall of Fame ballot this year, but they all received less than 5-percent approval from the Baseball Writers’ Association of America and thus dropped off the ballot.
Former Angels standouts Jim Edmonds, Garret Anderson, Troy Glaus and David Eckstein all dropped off the ballot in their first year of Hall of Fame eligibility, a result of appearing on less than five percent of the ballots in voting by members of the Baseball Writers’ Association of America.
Angels general manager Billy Eppler said he’s “had conversations with free agents on the outfield market as recently as 24 hours ago,” but wouldn’t specify whether the bigger names — Yoenis Cespedes, Justin Upton and Alex Gordon — were among them.
Angels reporter Alden Gonzalez answers fans’ questions in the latest version of the Inbox.
Here are the top five questions facing the Angels as they enter 2016.
For the Angels, the 12-month calendar was about as eventful as it gets. A contentious relationship with a high-priced left fielder began and ended. A fourth-year GM got fed up. A star player cemented his legacy. A short-handed team fought until the end. And a new era was ushered in.