Garrett Wilson
Garrett Wilson is the founder and Supreme Overlord of Monkey with a Halo and editor at The Outside Corner. He’s an Ivy League graduate, but not from one of the impressive ones. You shouldn’t make him angry. You wouldn’t like him when he is angry. Follow Garrett on Twitter @Garrett_MWAH or else! Oh, sorry, that wasn’t meant to be a threat, we meant or else you can email him here

Nate Aderhold
Nate Aderhold is the former managing editor of Halos Daily and current managing editor of his questionable life choices. He served as a featured writer at the short-lived Big Leagues Monthly magazine and once paid his rent for a year by churning out #content for MLB Daily Dish in the pre-Cotillo days. According to traditional aging curves, he should be just entering his blogging prime. You can follow him @AdrastusPerkins.

Scotty Allen
Prospect analyst for MWAH, correspondent for The Outside Corner, arm-chair GM and former amateur everything (scout, player, sour-gummy connoisseur).  I’m terrible at CrossFit and traveling, yet force myself to passionately suffer the consequences and benefits of both.  One day, I aspire to write a book with all the accidentally hilarious but highly intelligent things my wife and her family say.  I can always be counted on to offer my opinion on minor leaguers and young-adult novels.  Questions or comments?  Find me on Twitter @ScottyA_MWAH.

Mike Hllywa
Over the last four years, Mike has contributed to six different baseball blogs ranging from baseball analysis to covering strictly Angels baseball. He spends most of his days as the designated bed for the family animals. But when he is not being used as a pillow top mattress, you can find him lurking the internets and praising all things Gary Disarcina. Follow Mike on Twitter @mike_hllywa.

Andrew Karcher
You may remember Andrew Karcher from such internet things as Halos Daily and that one Tweet. At the time, he supported the Angels trading Mike Napoli for Vernon Wells and he still hasn’t finished serving his penance. Writing this bio in the third person is awkward for him. Follow him @andrewkarcher for occasional Anaheim Ducks-related meltdowns and unsolicited Coen Brothers movie rankings. 

MJ Lloyd
MJ Lloyd is responsible for such “sports” “websites” as Monkeys Throwing Darts and Off Base Percentage. He is a former editor of Halo Hangout and proud owner of an authentic JT Snow Angels jersey. If you blinked, you missed his appearance at Baseball Prospectus. You can find him wandering the French Quarter in New Orleans or on Twitter @MnkysThrwngDrts.

Jeff Mays
Jeff Mays is an Inland Empire native, and as a boy growing up an Angel fan, his first Halo hero was SS/3B Dave Chalk.  He published a book earlier this year documenting the amazing season of the Angels’ 1962 club, and he is currently working on a biography of Angel great, Bobby Grich.

Drew Mumford Jr.
Drew Mumford Jr is an avid Angels fan with a passion for his family, his business and his favorite baseball team. Born and raised in So Cal, Drew lives a stone’s throw from Angel Stadium and has been a season ticketholder for nearly a decade. Drew has contributed to the Halos Daily blog and now Monkey With a Halo intermittently for three years. Drew can be found on twitter at @drewjr_mwah and he can always be found with some kind of ball in his hand ready to make a throw to one of his 3 young sons. Life is always good when you’re playing catch!

Justin Millar
Justin Millar is a writer for Monkey With A Halo, after spending three years previously covering the Angels for Halos Daily of the ESPN SweetSpot Network. He also writes for MLBDailyDish.com and SB Nation. Millar is slated to study economics at Northeastern University beginning this fall, and can be found on Twitter at @Justinmillar1.

Jenny Reyes

Justin Russo
Justin Russo is a frequent contributor to ClipsNation, a co-founder of the website But The Game Is On: The Beat, a podcaster, and has dabbled in such activities as GIF making and procrastination. You can follow him on Twitter: @FlyByKnite. He routinely talks about any sport that floats across the big screen and oftentimes makes an idiot out of himself while doing so.