The October 21st, 2013 edition of daily news for the Los Angeles Angels including Angels might pursue Brian McCann, Coello opts for free agency and much more…
The Monkey Says: McCann is great, but he is not a superstar. Yet he could command over $100 million on the open market. He is also a catcher heading into his age 30 season. This has big mistake written all over it. Hopefully the Angels are not genuinely interested because they have much bigger concerns on their roster than upgrading at catcher, especially for that cost.
The Monkey Says: Never forget, fuckleball. Never forget. Coello might well return to the Halos, but becoming a free agent gives him a chance to find the best situation for himself to grab an Opening Day roster spot next season.
The Story: A look at Mike Trout's BABIP.
The Monkey Says: It still seems preposterously high for him to sustain for several more years, but if anyone can do it, Trout can.
The Monkey Says: Enright was just awful for the Angels this year, both in the majors and minors. He remains in the Halo system, so hopefully he can get himself right and once again become an emergency starter option.
The Monkey Says: This article is horrible, but I link to it just to prove how much the "best fans in baseball" can't wait to twist the knife in Albert's back for leaving them. Let it go, St. Louis. Take the high road.