The Angels finalized their coaching staff for the 2016 season on Wednesday, naming Scott Radinsky as bullpen coach.
The Angels traded outfielder Collin Cowgill to the Indians for cash considerations and non-tendered lefty reliever Cesar Ramos on Wednesday, the deadline to tender contracts to unsigned players.
The Angels signed outfielder Rafael Ortega to a one-year, Major League contract on Tuesday, providing them with additional outfield depth and a potential left-handed-hitting option off the bench.
The crosstown-rival Dodgers claimed hard-throwing reliever Danny Reynolds off waivers from the Angels on Monday, the first full day of the Winter Meetings.
Could Kole Calhoun switch positions, immediately after winning the Rawlings Gold Glove Award in right field? He would if the Angels sign Jason Heyward, one of very few right fielders — perhaps the only one — who’s actually better defensively.
Angels manager Mike Scioscia meets with the media on Wednesday at the Winter Meetings in Nashville, Tenn.
The Angels, still trying to round out their outfield depth, have signed veteran speedster Quintin Berry to a Minor League contract with a Spring Training invite.
The widely held belief at the Winter Meetings was that the markets for Jason Heyward, Justin Upton, Alex Gordon, Yoenis Cespedes and Chris Davis would pick up once Ben Zobrist came off the board. Now that Zobrist has agreed to a four-year, $56 million deal with the Cubs — first reported by FOXSports.com — the […]
Billy Eppler and Mike Scioscia have been in constant communication in the nine weeks since Eppler has taken over as the Angels’ general manager, because one of the most important aspects of his new job — many will tell you it’s the most important — is breaking down some of the barriers created by Scioscia’s […]
The Angels signed outfielder Craig Gentry to a one-year deal worth about $1 million on Wednesday.
On Friday, about 24 hours after trading for veteran third baseman Yunel Escobar, Angels general manager Billy Eppler said he’s still “having conversations” with big-name outfielders, a list that includes Justin Upton, Alex Gordon, Yoenis Cespedes and, to a lesser extent, Chris Davis.
Just before Angels general manager Billy Eppler departed the Winter Meetings, he filled a pressing need in his lineup, acquiring veteran infielder Yunel Escobar from the Nationals in exchange for young reliever Trevor Gott.