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Thursday Halolinks: Angels agree with David Freese

The Angels and David Freese agreed on the third baseman's 2015 contract. I've got an extremely early dentist appointment this morning...so here are your Thursday Halolinks with little commentary: Meh: Angels agree to deal with Freese, avoid arbitration - MLB.com, "The Angels avoided arbitration with third baseman David Freese on Wednesday, agreeing on a $6.425 million salary that stood as the midpoint of the numbers previously exchanged by both sides." Arbitration hearing for #Angels RHP Garrett Richards set for Feb. 11. Talks progressing slowly. Has been no discussion of multi-year...

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Orange County Register Jan 28, 2015
Angels avoid arbitration with David Freese

Angels avoid arbitration with David Freese

The Angels signed David Freese to a one-year deal for $6.425 million on Wednesdsay, avoiding arbitration with their third baseman. The settlement was reached at a figure exactly midway between the $7.6 million Freese requested and the $5.25 million...
Los Angeles Times Jan 27, 2015

Angels' Garrett Richards ahead of schedule in return from knee surgery

Garrett Richards is scheduled to begin throwing off a mound in the second week of February, putting the Angels right-hander slightly ahead of schedule in his return from the left-knee surgery that ended his season last August.
Angels decide not to invite Roberto Baldoquin to major league camp

Angels decide not to invite Roberto Baldoquin to major league camp

The Angels have decided not to bring highly touted Cuban shortstop Roberto Baldoquin to major league spring training, reversing what had been their stated plan since they agreed in November to sign him to an $8 million deal. General manager Jerry...
Angels add former Indians RHP Frank Hermann

Angels add former Indians RHP Frank Hermann

The Angels added right-hander Frank Herrmann, who appeared in parts of three seasons with the Cleveland Indians, to their spring training roster on Tuesday. Herrmann signed a minor league deal. Herrmann, 30, posted a 4.26 ERA in 120 1/3 innings from...
Angels still 'optimistic' about Garrett Richards' rehab

Angels still 'optimistic' about Garrett Richards' rehab

With just over three weeks to go before the start of spring training, Garrett Richards is still moving forward in his rehab from knee surgery, leaving general manager Jerry Dipoto "optimistic" about his progress. The Angels remain hopeful that...
Los Angeles Times Jan 25, 2015

Bulked-up Angels ace Jered Weaver looks to pitch deeper in games

Fans of Angels ace Jered Weaver will have a little more to love in 2015. The lanky 6-foot-7 right-hander, whose weight dipped to as low as 199 pounds last season, has bulked up to 224 pounds this winter, six pounds heavier than he’s ever been.
Los Angeles Times Jan 25, 2015

Angels' Josh Hamilton sets lofty goals after disappointing 2014

Josh Hamilton didn’t hesitate Sunday when asked to list his personal expectations for 2015.
Orange County Register Jan 25, 2015
Hamilton's goal for the Angels' season: Keep it simple and hit 30 homers

Hamilton's goal for the Angels' season: Keep it simple and hit 30 homers

ANAHEIM – Two disappointing seasons into his five-year, $125 million deal, Josh Hamilton is aiming high. Asked Sunday night his goals for the 2015 season, Hamilton was not shy about saying “.300, 30 and 100,” referring to his average, homers...
Josh Hamilton has high expectations for 2015

Josh Hamilton has high expectations for 2015

ANAHEIM – Two disappointing seasons into his five-year, $125 million deal, Josh Hamilton is aiming high. Asked on Sunday night his goals for the 2015 season, Hamilton was not shy about saying “.300, 30 and 100,” referring to his average, homers...
Talking Angels on MLB Network

Talking Angels on MLB Network

The Register's Jeff Fletcher stopped by the MLB Network studios to talk about the Angels offseason. Take a look... Your browser does not support iframes.
Orange County Register Jan 16, 2015
Angels settle with Fernando Salas, Collin Cowgill

Angels settle with Fernando Salas, Collin Cowgill

The Angels on Friday agreed to terms with Fernando Salas ($1.37 million) and Collin Cowgill ($995,000), avoiding arbitration with both players and leaving only three unsettled cases. They are the three who figure to make the most money, however:...
Orange County Register Jan 15, 2015
Angels avoid arbitration with Santiago, Ramos

Angels avoid arbitration with Santiago, Ramos

The Angels avoided arbitration on Thursday with left-handers Hector Santiago and Cesar Ramos, leaving them with six arbitration eligible players a day before figures are due to be exchanged. Santiago agreed to a deal worth $2.29 million, up from the...
Orange County Register Jan 15, 2015
Angels sign RHP Ryan Mattheus to minor league deal

Angels sign RHP Ryan Mattheus to minor league deal

The Angels have signed right-hander Ryan Mattheus, who was a key member of the Washington Nationals bullpen in 2012, to a minor league deal with an invitation to spring training. Mattheus, 31, has struggled for the past two seasons, and he elected...
Los Angeles Times Jan 14, 2015

Angels sign reliever Ryan Mattheus to minor league deal

The Angels have signed former Washington Nationals reliever Ryan Mattheus to a minor league deal with an invitation to major league spring-training camp, General Manager Jerry Dipoto confirmed Wednesday.

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