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  • Mets & Rocker: A No-Go

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    LA Angels | MLB Daily 60

    OC Register: Whicker: Unlike some clubs, the Angels aren’t blowing up the house before it’s built

    At least the Angels are not the Cubs, who took a hammer to their own pantheon last week. They shipped out Javy Baez, Kris Bryant and Anthony Rizzo for a bunch of maybes. You’d think the guys who brought the first world championship in 108 years would be allowed to play out their careers in Wrigley Field, and they’re not that old to begin with. Oh, well. Cue another parade in 2124. At least the Angels are not the Pirates, who had a winning season in 2018. They might still be winners if they had

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    LA Angels | MLB Daily 7

    OC Register: Angels’ top pitching prospect Reid Detmers beaten by homers in MLB debut

    Pitcher Reid Detmers (48) of the Angels lowers his head in the the dugout after being replaced on the mound on his MLB pitching debut in a game against the A’s at Angel Stadium in Anaheim on Sunday, August 1, 2021. (Photo by Leonard Ortiz, Orange County Register/SCNG) Austin Warren (61) of the Angels pitches against the A’s in the 5th inning in a game at Angel Stadium in Anaheim on Sunday, August 1, 2021. (Photo by Leonard Ortiz, Orange County Register/SCNG) Max Stassi (33) of the Angels

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    LA Angels | MLB Daily 4

    Jose Iglesias vs Simmons so far

    Just thought I would compare the 2 with 2 months left. Jose 0.1 bWAR 3.5 million Simmons 0.9 bWAR 10.5 million Both are having down years. Simmons is doing better but not 7 million better. Unless Simmons goes on a tear, Minasian got that one right. Will be interesting to see what Arte does for next year. There are some good SS available that blow away any SS the Angels have.

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    LA Angels | MLB Daily 37
  • Los Angeles Angels Prospect Prospect Hotlist (7/12-7/25)

    By Tres Hefter, AngelsWin.com Columnist Some new names, some familiar names, an interesting couple of weeks saw new Angel farmhands continuing to break out and Angel pitchers position themselves for potential MLB call-ups… -- Position Players-- 1) Edwin Yon – RF, Inland Empire, A: The towering (6’5”? 6’8”?) outfielder hailing from La Romana in the Dominican Republic easily had the hottest two weeks of any Angels farmhand, highlighted by a 2 HR, 9 RBI performance on July 14th.

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    AngelsWin.com Interview with IE66ers Outfielder Edwin Yon

    By David Saltzer, AngelsWin.com Senior Writer On December 12th, 2019, the Angels made what appeared to be a quiet move when they selected outfielder Edwin Yon with their 2nd round pick of the Triple-A portion of the Rule V Draft. Originally signed by the Cincinnati Reds on November 5, 2014 as an international free agent out of the Dominican Republic, Yon, a right handed hitting OFer had spent several seasons in Rookie ball in the Reds system before showing some improvement during the 2019.

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    AngelsWin.com Interview with IE 66ers Manager and former Angels Third Baseman Jack Howell

    Interview Conducted by David Saltzer, AngelsWin.com Senior Writer Long-time Angels fans will recognize the IE66ers manager and former Halo, Jack Howell. As an Angels fan, it is great to see him back with the organization where he made it to the majors and played primarily 3B (but also many other positions, such as OF, 1B, and 2B). He even had 2 plate appearances in the 1986 postseason for the Angels, go 0 for 1 with a walk. Jack is also the player who made one of the most memorable mom

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    2021 Angelswin.com Trade Deadline Series: Conclusion

    The Era of Mike Trout and Shohei Ohtani is Now In this Angelswin.com Trade Deadline Series, we examined the Angels standings in the League and how it impacts their Playoff Odds, made some practical assumptions about their potential posture heading into the Trade Deadline (July 30th), determined their areas of need, and probed prospective partners in any deal, whether the Halos decide to buy or sell (or both!). Here is a graphic of all of the teams with at least a 10% chance or more of

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    2021 Angelswin.com Trade Deadline Series: Likely Targets to Sell

    By Robert Cunningham, Angelswin.com Senior Writer Now that we have identified probable purchases, it is time to flip the script and discuss what happens if the Angels become sellers, rather than buyers. For the purposes of this article we will only discuss those assets that actually have some level of reasonable trade value as it will not be the best use of time trying to find someone with minimal or even zero value, like Tony Watson or Kurt Suzuki, a hypothetical home on another team.

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  • AngelsWin Interviews 66ers Manager Jack Howell

    Long-time Angels fans will recognize the IE66ers manager and former Halo, Jack Howell. We had a chance to talk with the former third baseman & now manager of the IE66ers. Jack is also the player who made one of the most memorable moments that I have ever seen in a game. Jack hit a broken bat homerun in Yankee Stadium in 1987.

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  • AngelsWin.com Interviews Rod Carew

    AngelsWin.com interviews Angels legend and Hall of Famer Rod Carew, discussing his new autobiography 'One Tough Out', stories from his playing career, thoughts on current Angels and modern-day baseball, and further reflections on some of the most challenging and uplifting moments of his life.

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