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Angels Offseason Options: Julio Teheran

Angels Offseason Options: Julio Teheran

Teheran will only be 28 next season, and he's working on a string of six straight seasons with at least 30 starts. The Atlanta Braves, however, are stocked with young pitchers, so they could move him to free up some money for another big move.
OC Register Oct 18, 2018
Omar Vizquel was among Angels’ managerial candidates, but out of the running now

Omar Vizquel was among Angels’ managerial candidates, but out of the running now

Vizquel confirmed that he was one of the candidates the Angels have interviewed for their managerial opening, but he said he did not make the cut to the second round of interviews. The Angels have completed their first round of interviews, talking to 10 candidates.
Halos Heaven Oct 18, 2018
Could A David Freese Reunion Be In Order?

Could A David Freese Reunion Be In Order?

Recently, Jessica DeLine wrote a great piece showing that the Angels ranked near the bottom of the American League in On Base Percentage at a number of positions, most notably first and third bases. Here is a graph Jessica created that shows the dearth of the situation: The need to improve On Base Percentage from these two areas, and pinch hitting is glaring. Even league average OBP would provide substantially more scoring opportunities and keep the roster turning over so Mike Trout, Shohei Ohtani and Justin Upton get more plate appearances. With limited finances and roster...
OC Register Oct 18, 2018
Angels Offseason Options: Daniel Descalso

Angels Offseason Options: Daniel Descalso

The Angels are going to need versatility on their roster, and Descalso can play first, second, third and left field. He also is coming off a season in which he had career bests in homers and on-base percentage.
Halos Heaven Oct 18, 2018
Live Chat with Ty Buttrey

Live Chat with Ty Buttrey

At the trade deadline, the Angels made a deal to bring flame throwing Ty Buttrey to Anaheim. On the field, he made the most of his first MLB opportunity and struck out 20 batters in only 16 1/3rd innings, racking up his first 4 career saves along the way. Off the field, he’s an incredibly down to earth guy who has already shared his time in a lengthy interview with Halos Heaven. Ty is being nice enough to join us for a live chat starting at 12:30 PM tomorrow, October 18th. He’ll hang around for about 20 minutes answering your questions and replying to your comments. I’d like to...