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Los Angeles Times Jan 13, 2017

Angels agree to contracts with four arbitration-eligible players

Friday at 10 a.m. was the deadline for teams to agree to contracts with their arbitration-eligible players or submit their figures for potential hearings. The Angels agreed to contracts with four of their five and will continue to negotiate with their remaining player. They agreed to a one-year,...
Orange County Register Jan 13, 2017
Angels ink Kole Calhoun, avoiding arbitration

Angels ink Kole Calhoun, avoiding arbitration

The Angels reportedly agreed Friday to a $6.35 million salary for Kole Calhoun in 2017, avoiding arbitration with their Gold Glove right fielder. The Angels have three remaining arbitration eligible players, with the deadline for exchanging figures...

Angels, Espinosa agree to 1-yr., $5.4M deal

Angels, Espinosa agree to 1-yr., $5.4M deal
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...
Los Angeles Times Jan 12, 2017

Chargers can learn from the Angels and L.A.'s Wrigley Field

Live updates: Will anyone care about the Chargers in L.A.? Jan. 12, 2017, 2:40 p.m. And then there were two ... NFL teams in Los Angeles. The Chargers are moving north , the team announced today, and will eventually share a stadium with the Rams in Inglewood. Until that venue opens, probably in...
Orange County Register Jan 12, 2017
Angels spring training primer: Starting rotation

Angels spring training primer: Starting rotation

As the Angels head toward the first workout of spring training on Feb. 15, we are providing a breakdown of how they stand with their roster. Players acquired this winter include the method of their acquisition in parentheses. Today, the starting...
Los Angeles Times Jan 11, 2017

Justin Turner: I had offers from others, but not from Angels

Justin Turner wanted to return to the Dodgers, and the Dodgers wanted him back. But Turner said he considered offers from “a few” other teams before signing a four-year, $64-million contract with the Dodgers. “It’s obviously flattering to be wanted,” Turner said Wednesday at Dodger Stadium. “At...
Angels Notes: Payday coming for Garrett Richards and other arbitration-eligible players

Angels Notes: Payday coming for Garrett Richards and other arbitration-eligible players

Expect the Angels to sign some deals this week. They won’t be the kind of deals – free agents -- that get fans excited. Instead, the Angels will likely be agreeing with at least one of their five arbitration-eligible players. Garrett Richards,...

Top center fielders: There's Mike Trout, then the rest

Top center fielders: There's Mike Trout, then the rest

Carson Wentz, Mike Trout go hunting together for the holidays

Carson Wentz, Mike Trout go hunting together for the holidays

MLB Roundup: Will Angels fly high with better D?

MLB Roundup: Will Angels fly high with better D?
Los Angeles Times Dec 23, 2016

Angels sign Ben Revere to one-year contract

The Angels on Friday signed Ben Revere to a one-year contract to be their top reserve across the outfield. The deal is worth $4 million, plus incentives that could be worth more than $2 million. General Manager Billy Eppler has said all off-season he desired a fourth outfielder, and he now has...

Source: Angels, OF Revere strike 1-year deal

Source: Angels, OF Revere strike 1-year deal
Orange County Register Dec 23, 2016
Angels agree with OF Ben Revere on one-year deal

Angels agree with OF Ben Revere on one-year deal

The Angels on Friday signed Ben Revere to a one-year, $4 million deal, filling out the last glaring hole in their roster as their fourth outfielder. The Angels had been seeking an outfielder who hit left handed to back up left fielder Cameron...
Orange County Register Dec 21, 2016
Former Angels slugger Vladimir Guerrero appears popular among Hall of Fame voters

Former Angels slugger Vladimir Guerrero appears popular among Hall of Fame voters

In an era when baseball performances tend to get distilled to numbers, Vladimir Guerrero’s appearance on the Hall of Fame ballot moves the discussion off the spreadsheet. “I knew when I watched Vlad that he was a first-ballot Hall of Famer and...

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