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Angels Prospect Spotlight: Sean Newcomb and Jeremy Rhoades

The Angels are a pitching heavy organization. This extends from the majors all the way down to Rookie Ball. They have their starting five, and then still hold onto Nick Tropeano and Andrew Heaney in AAA purely as depth. They have Tyler Skaggs returning next season, where he’ll project into the middle of the rotation. […]

ANAHEIM, CA - APRIL 26:  General view of the interior and the Budweiser sign at Angel Stadium during the baseball game between the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim and the Cleveland Indians on April 26, 2010 at Angel Stadium in Anaheim, California.  (Photo by Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images)

Whither the Angels attendance?

The Angels are a team coming off of a 98-win season with the best and most exciting young player in the world on the roster along with a future first tier Hall of Famer and burgeoning, homegrown ace. Naturally, nobody wants to watch that team. Wait, what? Yep, the Angels attendance is in the crapper. They […]

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Boxscore Breakdown #33: Run, Albert, run! – Angels 5, Rockies 2

Albert Pujols‘ running helped the Angels win a game. That is a sentence that I never thought I would write. He stole a base ON PURPOSE. He stole a base without a throw. Not even one of those “fielder’s indifference” kind of things, he just straight ripped off the bag so badly that the Rockies didn’t […]

DENVER, CO - JUNE 10:   Carlos Gonzalez #5 of the Colorado Rockies doubles in the first inning of an interleague game against the Los Angeles Angels at Coors Field on June 10, 2012 in Denver, Colorado.  (Photo by Dustin Bradford/Getty Images)

Angels vs. Rockies Series Preview: Precious CarGo

The Rockies are coming to town and bringing some precious cargo with them in the form of Carlos “CarGo” Gonzalez. See what I did there? You see what I did there. Normally, playing the Rockies isn’t really worth noting, but bloggers, fans and reporters across the land have all come to the same conclusion that CarGo […]

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SITE ANNOUNCEMENT: Changes to Monkey with a Halo

Greetings, everyone. I’m here to let you know that Monkey with a Halo is changing. I’d call it an evolution, but then I’d have to rename the site Australopithecus with a Halo and that’s too hard to type all the time. Call it whatever you want, but the changes are not only coming, they are already […]

ANAHEIM, CA - APRIL 25:  C.J. Wilson #33 of the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim reacts after giving up a walk in the sixth inning against the Texas Rangers at Angel Stadium of Anaheim on April 25, 2015 in Anaheim, California.  (Photo by Lisa Blumenfeld/Getty Images)

C.J. Wilson: Not as painful to watch this season

For the last three-plus seasons, C.J. Wilson has done everything that he possibly can to infuriate, enrage and baffle Angels fans. In 2012, he was very good for the first half of the season, then practically useless for the remainder of the year. In 2013, he was good all year. In 2014, his starts led […]

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Angels Player Power Rankings – Week 6

The Angels Player Power Rankings get a bit of a shake up this week with more and more Angels players actually not being terrible. What a novel idea? Not Listed: Drew Butera (not an Angel anymore), Ryan Mattheus (misses the cut on account of spelling his surname oddly)

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Boxscore Breakdown #32: Mother’s Day – Angels 3, Astros 1

These Mother’s Day games are always weird to watch. I’m all for the breast cancer awareness pink undershirts, bats, gloves and what not, but you have to admit, it makes for a weird aesthetic. The pink is so prevalent that it throws off both team’s color schemes. It isn’t like the dumb Fourth of July […]

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Boxscore Breakdown #30: Dream or Weaver? – Angels 2, Astros 0

Am I dreaming or did Jered Weaver throw a complete game shutout? I’m not kidding, that happened, right? Less than a week ago we were all beginning rough outlines for our eulogy to Jered’s career, but then he comes out and does this. And, I almost hesitate to say this, but I think it kind of […]

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