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Jan 13, 2017
Rotoworld
Angels and SS Danny Espinosa avoided arbitration by agreeing to a one-year, $5.425 million contract.
Halos Heaven Jan 13, 2017
Kole Calhoun is latest Angels player to avoid arbitration

Kole Calhoun is latest Angels player to avoid arbitration

Two down, three to go. As of this time yesterday, there were five Angels players that were arbitration eligible: Danny Espinosa, Kole Calhoun, Garrett Richards, Martin Maldonado and Matt Shoemaker. Espinosa was taken care of late yesterday afternoon, and this morning it appears we can scratch one more name off of that list. Kole Calhoun has settled with the Angels, to the tune of $6.35 mil. About this time last year, Calhoun settled with the Angels for $3.4 mil, but after yet another good season with the Halos, it was time to shell out some more dough to The Red Baron. Jon Heyman was...
KFFL Jan 13, 2017

Angels | Danny Espinosa agrees to terms

Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim SS Danny Espinosa avoided arbitration Thursday, Jan. 12, by agreeing ...
Sacramento Bee Jan 13, 2017

Angels avoid arbitration with new 2B Danny Espinosa

Second baseman Danny Espinosa has agreed to a $5,425,000, one-year contract with the Los Angeles Angels, avoiding salary arbitration with his new team. Under the deal completed Thursday, Espinosa gets …
Halos Heaven Jan 12, 2017
Angels and Danny Espinosa avoid arbitration

Angels and Danny Espinosa avoid arbitration

Danny Espinosa was acquired by the Angels this winter in a deal that saw a couple minor league arms go to the Nationals in return for the 29 year old infielder, and just like that the Halos had their second base duties filled. Espinosa had one more year of arbitration eligibility on his contract, though, so it was the final wrinkle that needed to be ironed out. Today, Billy Eppler did some ironing. The Angels and Danny Espinosa have agreed to a $5.425 million deal for the 2017, thus avoiding arbitration. That’s not too shabby, a bit of a pay increase from last year ($2.8 mil), so the...
Orange County Register Jan 12, 2017
Angels avoid arbitration with Danny Espinosa

Angels avoid arbitration with Danny Espinosa

The Angels on Thursday agreed to terms on a one-year, $5.425 million deal with Danny Espinosa, avoiding arbitration. The deal came a day before Friday’s deadline for arbitration-eligible players and clubs to exchange salary figures. Espinosa, who...
Rotoworld Jan 12, 2017

Angels, Espinosa avoid arb with $5.425M deal - Danny Espinosa (SS) Los Angeles Angels

Angels and SS Danny Espinosa avoided arbitration by agreeing to a one-year, $5.425 million contract.
Halos Heaven Jan 9, 2017
Greg Holland could be the last piece the Angels need to pick up this offseason

Greg Holland could be the last piece the Angels need to pick up this offseason

Billy Eppler has already done quite a bit of work this winter. He made the first trade of the offseason, sending Victor Alcantara to the Tigers in exchange for left fielder Cameron Maybin. Of course there was also the Jesse Chavez and Ben Revere acquisitions, as well as the Andrew Bailey signing, and bringing Danny Espinosa into the fold. There haven’t been any big splashes, sure, but Eppler has been out there grinding, finding pieces that, on paper, suggest they are good fits for the Halos; the 2017 team, as is, is shaping up to look like they’ll be competitive, if all goes as planned...

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