2:19 AM EDT, Fri April 28, 2017
Washington Times

LA Angels recall Pounders, trade LaMarre in flurry of moves

ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) - The Los Angeles Angels have recalled right-hander Brooks Pounders and designated right-hander Kirby Yates for assignment. The Angels made the latest moves to shore up their injury-plagued pitching staff Sunday. Los Angeles also traded outfielder Ryan LaMarre to Oakland for cash considerations. The new signee was ...


Phillies have the prospects to make a trade for Angels star Mike Trout | Sam Donnellon

Trading the Millville native and his big contract might help the Angels start over sooner.

MASN Sports

Orioles trade Bridwell to Angels - School of Roch

BOWIE - The Orioles have traded reliever Parker Bridwell to the Angels for a player to be named later or cash, the latest transaction in a busy first few weeks of the season. Bridwell was designated for assignment on Friday...

Orioles Insider | Baltimore Sun

Orioles trade Parker Bridwell to Angels, outright Jason Garcia back to Double-A Bowie

CINCINNATI -- The Orioles kept one recently-designated pitcher in the organization and dealt another away on Monday as part of the club’s continuing roster shuffle. Right-hander Jason Garcia, who was designated for assignment when the club acquired right-hander Damien Magnifico in a trade with...

San Francisco Chronicle

Rajai Davis leads off A’s Opening Night

Rajai Davis leads off A’s Opening Night Here’s a look at the A’s Opening Night lineup Monday vs. the Angels and Ricky Nolasco: Ryon Healy, DH Rajai Dabis, back with the A’s after signing as a free-agent this winter, is in his old leadoff spot, but the lineup might look different Tuesday; Matt Joyce got a number of starts in the leadoff spot during the spring. Susan Slusser is a San Francisco Chronicle staff writer.

Los Angeles Times

Who are the Angels' top prospects?

As of last year, the consensus around baseball was that the Angels’ farm system was the worst in the sport. It has improved some, but is still among the five worst, according to most evaluators. Years of international neglect and sacrificing top picks for free-agent signings could hurt the club...

San Francisco Chronicle

A’s No. 2 pick Logan Shore to make start against Angels

Oakland decided against using No. 5 starter Raul Alcantara on Tuesday against the Angels, a division rival, so instead, the A’s will get a look at their No. 2 draft pick from last June against a lineup made up of almost entirely big leaguers. Shore, 22, was the 2016 SEC Player of the Year while at Florida; he went 0-2 with a 2.57 ERA at short-season Class-A Vermont last summer, with 21 strikeouts in 21 innings. Holmes, who turned 21 last week, was a first-round pick in 2014 and some scouts said after the A’s made the trade that he might be the best piece in the deal - which is saying...

Time to Schein: Is Mike Trout on the trade block?

Adam Schein discusses reports that the Angels are looking to move star outfielder Mike Trout this offseason.