DENVER, CO - SEPTEMBER 6:  Shortstop Josh Rutledge #14 of the Colorado Rockies makes a diving catch for the first out of the third inning against the San Diego Padres at Coors Field on September 6, 2014 in Denver, Colorado. (Photo by Justin Edmonds/Getty Images)

Handicapping the Angels second base competition

Far and away the biggest source of intrigue heading into spring training is the Angels second base competition. It portends to be quite the battle royale, a true melee of mediocrity. Who will be the lesser of five evils? Let’s find out! Josh Rutledge Pro: Maybe he will develop now that he has that Rockies stank […]

BOSTON, MA - AUGUST 19: Jered Weaver #36 of the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim throws against the Boston Red Sox throws in the first inning at Fenway Park on August 19, 2014 in Boston, Massachusetts.  (Photo by Jim Rogash/Getty Images)

Handicapping the Angels rotation competition

Pitchers and catchers are about to report to Tempe (and other parts of Arizona, but who cares about that), so it is time to start previewing the training camp competitions for the Angels. Why? Because that is what you do in mid-February when you write about baseball because there is NOTHING else to write about. […]

Looking for Angels tickets? SeatSmart will be the cheapest option

The seemingly perfect pair of tickets is available to the next sports game, concert or any variety of entertainment events that you want to attend. But next thing you know, you proceed to checkout and the price has jumped up with additional service fees, charges on at the end. So, instead, you head over to […]

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Can Taylor Featherston make the Angels?

One of the few roster spots up for grabs when the Angels head into training camp next week is the utility infielder role. By all appearances the Angels want that role to go to Rule 5 pick Taylor Featherston. But does that mean it actually will go to Taylor Featherston? Promising a year-long roster spot to an […]

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Angels prospects 2015 graduating class

One of the main components in deciding how successful a minor league organization’s prospects are, is how many prospects graduate to the majors on a yearly basis. In 2013, when the Angels prospect list had reached rock bottom, the Angels had managed to graduate one player from the minors to the major league team, Kole […]

ANAHEIM, CA - APRIL 16:  Chris Iannetta #17 of the Los Angeles Angels reacts to his solo homerun to win the game 5-4 over the Oakland Athletics during the 12th inning at Angel Stadium of Anaheim on April 16, 2014 in Anaheim, California.  (Photo by Harry How/Getty Images)

Considering a Chris Iannetta extension

The Angels are in extension talking mode and one of their current targets is reportedly catcher Chris Iannetta. He’s been exactly what the Halos needed over his three-year tenure behind the plate. Heck, he’s been one of the few catchers (non-Molina family edition) that hasn’t spent significant time in Scioscia’s doghouse. But he’s also about […]

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Five Breakout Angels Prospects for 2015

Much like the stock market, prospects are something teams invest in. Sometimes, you spend a lot of money (Roberto Baldoquin/Sean Newcomb) in hopes the payoff will be even greater. Other times, seeming penny-stocks can turn into somewhat of a jackpot (Matt Shoemaker/Kole Calhoun). These are the five players who I feel are going to “breakout” […]

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