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Angels Off-season Predictions

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I think they re-sign Raisel. That will be their big signing.

They'll trade for a starter and a reliever and it's going to hurt.

Sign someone like Chris Taylor for shortstop.

Pick up a bunch of guys on minor league deals for depth.

They'll try to re-sign Cobb but he'll get an offer for 1 more year from another team and he'll sign there.

They'll sign Drew Smyly to replace Cobb.

Eddie Rosario, possibly for outfield depth.

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2 hours ago, failos said:

Temper your expectations.

Exactly. We know this teams history when it comes to FAs. It will not be anyone that is exciting or makes a difference. They will go with their young guys for the rotation and hopefully they are good 

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2 hours ago, Jason said:

Ohtani fills two important needs with the LH bat and the top of the rotation type arm. Doesn’t make sense to trade him 

We need to look atleast at moving someone… marsh, adell, Walsh? Our lineup looks great but we lost a lot of games due to relief in innings 5-8

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It will be a quiet off season. The narrative will be about how injuries ruined the season. And how a healthy team (mostly as is) will be so much better.

Also positive spin on Walsh emerging as a star. Marsh and Adell and some of the young pitchers ready to take the next step. 

Of course there will be some changes, but no big name expensive additions.  It won't be a tear down or go for broke approach. Minasian takes a cautious, methodical approach and is committed  to the farm system producing internally. 

Probably resigning Iglesias may be the biggest move. They will likely be in the bidding for a free agent shortstop and pitching, but maybe lower tier, less expensive guys. 

Unless the prospect of a disgruntled Ohtani in two years provokes more risky decisions. 



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