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Nobody really knows what the Angels will and won’t do this offseason

Do we really know the guidelines Jerry Dipoto is working under this offseason? I think that we think we know, but do we really know? Last offseason, we knew. Angels management said time and time again that they would not do anything that would cause them to forfeit their first round draft pick. They followed through on that […]

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Questioning C.J. Cron’s 2014 season

One of several rookies from a supposedly barren farm system to make a contribution in the majors for the Angels, C.J. Cron flashed big power but also big holes in his game. Was C.J. Cron’s rookie campaign a success? The fact that 2014 was his rookie campaign should make the year a success for Cron. […]

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Questioning C.J. Wilson’s 2014 season

For all the shortcoming of the Angels rotation entering the season, the one guy they thought they could count on was C.J. Wilson. By the end of the year, Wilson couldn’t even be counted on to get out of the first inning of the ALDS. Just how bad was he? Wilson had a 4.51 ERA and […]

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Questioning Collin Cowgill’s 2014 season

A dark horse to even make the Opening Day roster, Collin Cowgill ended up having a bloody good season. (Sorry, I couldn’t resist.) The Angels ended up counting on Cowgill more than they could have planned, but he did a fine job filling in. How in the world did Cowgill end up being worth more […]

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Evaluating the Angels’ early trades

In case you have been living under a rock, the Angels have started their winter off with the bang.  The club brought back highly regarded baseball mind and future manager Tim Bogar in a front office role, made one of the biggest international signings in club history by inking 20-year old Cuban infielder Roberto Baldoquin […]

MLB: All Star Game

The awards the Angels won’t be getting

Earlier this week, the BBWAA announced their finalists for the major end of season awards. The Angels had some representation but, like most fan bases, Angels fans didn’t think there was enough Angels getting respect in the awards. Those fans are wrong. Allow me to explain Jered Weaver will not be winning AL Cy Young We know from […]

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Questioning Huston Street’s 2014 season

After years of searching, the Angels finally got their hands on a bona fide CloserTM. It only took a few years, half a dozen failed closers and a trade that gave away half of an already thin farm system, but Huston Street arrived mid-season to finally provide some end of game stability for the Halos. Did […]

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Questioning Josh Hamilton’s 2014 season

Am I really going to do this? I guess I have to. Alright, here we go with the questioning of Josh Hamilton‘s 2014 season. This could take awhile. It might also require a few anti-depressants. Was Hamilton really as bad as everyone seems to think he was? No… and yes. On the season, Hamilton had a […]

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Questioning Garrett Richards’ 2014 season

The Angels spent the entirety of their last offseason trying to find a young arm, high-end arm for their rotation. Little did they know they had one in their rotation already as Garrett Richards blossomed into a bona fide ace. Then he went and blew his knee out on a routine fielding play because DAMMIT. How […]

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