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The Official 2021 Los Angeles Angels Minor League Stats, Reports & Scouting Thread


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14 minutes ago, Dochalo said:

what point are you trying to make?  The Angels know that if they don't add him to the 40-man, he'll likely be gone.  But if he's added to the 40 man then he doesn't have a choice.  He becomes part of the org for as long as he's on that roster.  Hector Yan sat on the 40 man all year and didn't get past A ball.  

My point is that there's no guarantee that Davis remains in the organization. He may very well remain in the organization, but there's no guarantee that the Angels add him and he's eligible for minor league free agency, if he so chooses.

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57 minutes ago, Trendon said:

My point is that there's no guarantee that Davis remains in the organization. He may very well remain in the organization, but there's no guarantee that the Angels add him and he's eligible for minor league free agency, if he so chooses.

This literally could be said about any player that has to be added to the 40 man roster.  I mean if the Angels don’t add Adell back to the 40 man roster he can elect free agency. 
Bottom line is the ball is in the Angels court.  If they add Davis they have control over him for the foreseeable future. 

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29 minutes ago, Stradling said:

This literally could be said about any player that has to be added to the 40 man roster.  I mean if the Angels don’t add Adell back to the 40 man roster he can elect free agency. 
Bottom line is the ball is in the Angels court.  If they add Davis they have control over him for the foreseeable future. 

right.  It is actually guaranteed if they add him to the 40 man.  He has no choice at that point.  And while that's not set in stone as of yet, my guess is that it will be in about a month.  Tons of guys are eligible for minor league free agency on a yearly.  Almost none of them have burned through three minor league levels to be knocking on the major league door.  I'm not saying he'll be a productive major league player but they've put guys on the 40 man with way lesser credentials.  To me this is an absolute no brainer.  And even if he does, by some chance, stay with the halos as someone not on the 40 man, he's still eligible for the R5.  And the Angels don't have a SS and at the very least they need MIF depth.  Release the guy in A ball who can't throw a 90 mph fastball for a strike and add the guys who's earned a spot.  If there's one thing I'm pretty confident of going into this off season it's that Davis will be on the 40 man. 

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13 minutes ago, jsnpritchett said:

Can't wait to hear @Chuckster70tell us assistants only get coffee...

Kind of funny because he was supposedly in charge of making sure everyone had what they needed, a super strong logistics guy.  This hire may be an indication the Angels are actually making an attempt to improve the conditions for minor leaguers.

We all make jokes about the number of scouts but adding support people is likely just as important moving forward.

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1 hour ago, Inside Pitch said:

Kind of funny because he was supposedly in charge of making sure everyone had what they needed, a super strong logistics guy.  This hire may be an indication the Angels are actually making an attempt to improve the conditions for minor leaguers.

We all make jokes about the number of scouts but adding support people is likely just as important moving forward.

It seems like this hire was made by Joey Prebynski, who came from the Cardinals last offseason, and Ferreira will be his top assistant.

I'm not sure it's an indication that any improvements for the conditions of minor leaguers will be made.

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53 minutes ago, Trendon said:

i'm not sure it's an indication that any improvements for the conditions of minor leaguers will be made.

This is from the article in that tweet.   

"Trying to describe Ferreira’s role with the Cardinals is challenging. Essentially, it was to do anything needed to ensure players are where they need to be and ready to play, whether schedules, rosters, logistics or payments – while on call basically 24/7."

There is also this..

https://thecardinalnation.com/ferreira-receives-2019-cardinals-george-kissell-award/

“The player had problems – and the way he was routed was through Chicago to get to Los Angeles. And he was delayed. So within a matter of minutes, Tony had to change it – knowing that all the flights out of Chicago were booked. He couldn’t get the player out. And then it goes on with everything involved in the logistics in moving a player.

Within a matter of five minutes, Tony pinned it down, got that player set to go to Midway (Airport) and got him out of Midway on a different routing to get back home.

“Now, multiply that – which is the remarkable part about what he does every single day. He knows our system. He knows our players. He knows our staff. And the contributions he makes – that is why I always enjoy recognizing him. Because the contributions he makes on a day-to-day level are what really allow us to work and make it go.

“When you have a problem in Johnson City over something – meal money or otherwise – you are calling Tony. So I thank Tony. He has been here the same amount of time I have (since 2008) and he knows the Cardinals inside and out,” LaRocque concluded.

I'm trying to find a BBA article that mentioned him a while back and how he basically acted as the fixit guy for Card's minor leaguers.

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On 10/13/2021 at 5:04 PM, Inside Pitch said:

This is from the article in that tweet.   

"Trying to describe Ferreira’s role with the Cardinals is challenging. Essentially, it was to do anything needed to ensure players are where they need to be and ready to play, whether schedules, rosters, logistics or payments – while on call basically 24/7."

There is also this..

https://thecardinalnation.com/ferreira-receives-2019-cardinals-george-kissell-award/

“The player had problems – and the way he was routed was through Chicago to get to Los Angeles. And he was delayed. So within a matter of minutes, Tony had to change it – knowing that all the flights out of Chicago were booked. He couldn’t get the player out. And then it goes on with everything involved in the logistics in moving a player.

Within a matter of five minutes, Tony pinned it down, got that player set to go to Midway (Airport) and got him out of Midway on a different routing to get back home.

“Now, multiply that – which is the remarkable part about what he does every single day. He knows our system. He knows our players. He knows our staff. And the contributions he makes – that is why I always enjoy recognizing him. Because the contributions he makes on a day-to-day level are what really allow us to work and make it go.

“When you have a problem in Johnson City over something – meal money or otherwise – you are calling Tony. So I thank Tony. He has been here the same amount of time I have (since 2008) and he knows the Cardinals inside and out,” LaRocque concluded.

I'm trying to find a BBA article that mentioned him a while back and how he basically acted as the fixit guy for Card's minor leaguers.

I sure this has been a problem for a while now and not just in baseball.  Artie spends plenty I just disagree with how he spends it.

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1 hour ago, rafibomb said:

In Arizona so decided to check out some future Angels in Arizona Fall League action. 

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I was supposed to go a week ago with my brothers out to the Talking Stick stadium. We ended up at the casino (they bailed on the baseball idea) and I ended up making $400. Then Saturday after a round of golf we ended up back at the casino and I scooped up another couple hundred. All in all I'd rather have gone to the games. 

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