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    Hubs got a reaction from ten ocho recon scout in Month by month prediction of Angels 2021 season   
    March — Spring training is ok, ohtani looks good with the bat and on the mound leading to a lot of speculation and excitement. Marsh looks great. Heaney goes down with a minor injury as in past seasons, seemingly putting Barria in rotation and Sandoval in pen. Angels do bolster their rotation though and grab Walker and reliever Justin Wilson. 
    April — Angels get off to a hot start, pen being lights out and rotation being solid. Ohtani doesn’t go deep into games, averaging only 4 innings, but they lineup Barria to piggy back his starts. Upton gets off to a great start offensively and people stop criticizing him. They end the the month 5 games over .500.

    May — Uptons hot streak falters but he’s still productive. Ward and Fowler are in a straight platoon and productive. Trout is phenomenal and Pujols homers in three straight games and is happy in his final season with his limited playing time. Heaney returns at the end of May and they give Canning a two week break to limit innings. They’re 7 games over .500 and battling the A’s for first.
    June — Walsh is absolutely on fire, and sets the Major League Record for Home Runs in June. Canning returns from his break refreshed and ready to go and they send out Walker. Adell and Marsh are chomping at the bit, so they ask Ward to try to play catcher again since he’s been hitting and has taken over for Fowler as the primary RF, but his defense has been just adequate. Stassi is out with a hip Contusion so Ward and Suzuki form a platoon. Adel is promoted the right field spot.
    July — Angels surge to a clear lead in the division before the break. Walker returns and he’s lights out, Ohtani gets a break. Three actually with the All Star Game. Walsh, Trout, Rendon all start for the AL. At the deadline, the Angels move Jose Iglesias, Quintana, Stassi, and a few prospects for Trevor Story who is leading the NL in batting average and is the only player in the baseball above Mike Trout but has not signed an extension so the Rockies let him go. German Marquez is not part of the deal unfortunately but they do bring in Jon Gray. 
    August — The Angels offense is the best in the league and everyone is hitting. Their pitching is good and Ohtani returns to the rotation and is a clear Ace, even though his innings are not great, going only 6 innings per start. Cobb gets a break. Barria has embraced the piggyback role and regularly finishes games with 3 innings after the starter goes 6. Angels pen is best in league and Raisel Iglesias is among the top closers in the game. Trout though shows everyone why he’s the best player in the league, and surges from his high .340’s Average which had been leading the league prior to Story being acquired. From him The second week of August through the end of the Month, he goes 60/110 which is a .545 average and pushes his overall average to .389. 
    September — Marsh is promoted when rosters expand and Adell moves to left. Angels are clearly in first because the Astros are fourth in the division behind the Rangers and A’s, just Slightly ahead of the Mariners. Trouts incredible three weeks is over, but he still pushes ahead to a .406 average on September 10th. Walsh surges again but the star of the month is Anthony Rendon, who quietly has put up the best numbers of his career. Angels win division, Trout drops below .400 for the last two and half weeks, leaving many to believe he won’t make it but just average is .391 headed into the final three games of the season. But he goes 11-12 and finishes at .401. Angels finish at 97-65.

    October —Angels sweep their first playoff series with Trout, and their offense looks unstoppable. Canning has two excellent starts in the ALDS against the White Sox . In the ALCS against the Yankees, Ohtani dominates no-hitting the Yankees over 6 2/3, but with over 100 pitches Madison turns to Barria to comes in to finish the no-no. Angels win in 6. It’s an Angels-Dodgers World Series and the Dodgers take an early 2-0 lead, but the Angels win three straight including an extra inning affair in game 3 where Pujols wins it with a walk off. Game 6 goes eerily familiar with the Angels going down 5-0. Inexplicably Roberts calls for the game ball for Walker Buehler and sends in Blake Treinen to face Trout. Trout hits a double scoring Fletcher from second, then the Angels load the bases for Walsh, who clears the bases with a moonshot, to tie the game. Adell doubles in Marsh in the eighth, pushing the Angels ahead. And Iglesias slams the door shut in the bottom of the ninth.
     
    Angels win the World Series.
     

     
     

     
     
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    Hubs got a reaction from stormngt in Month by month prediction of Angels 2021 season   
    March — Spring training is ok, ohtani looks good with the bat and on the mound leading to a lot of speculation and excitement. Marsh looks great. Heaney goes down with a minor injury as in past seasons, seemingly putting Barria in rotation and Sandoval in pen. Angels do bolster their rotation though and grab Walker and reliever Justin Wilson. 
    April — Angels get off to a hot start, pen being lights out and rotation being solid. Ohtani doesn’t go deep into games, averaging only 4 innings, but they lineup Barria to piggy back his starts. Upton gets off to a great start offensively and people stop criticizing him. They end the the month 5 games over .500.

    May — Uptons hot streak falters but he’s still productive. Ward and Fowler are in a straight platoon and productive. Trout is phenomenal and Pujols homers in three straight games and is happy in his final season with his limited playing time. Heaney returns at the end of May and they give Canning a two week break to limit innings. They’re 7 games over .500 and battling the A’s for first.
    June — Walsh is absolutely on fire, and sets the Major League Record for Home Runs in June. Canning returns from his break refreshed and ready to go and they send out Walker. Adell and Marsh are chomping at the bit, so they ask Ward to try to play catcher again since he’s been hitting and has taken over for Fowler as the primary RF, but his defense has been just adequate. Stassi is out with a hip Contusion so Ward and Suzuki form a platoon. Adel is promoted the right field spot.
    July — Angels surge to a clear lead in the division before the break. Walker returns and he’s lights out, Ohtani gets a break. Three actually with the All Star Game. Walsh, Trout, Rendon all start for the AL. At the deadline, the Angels move Jose Iglesias, Quintana, Stassi, and a few prospects for Trevor Story who is leading the NL in batting average and is the only player in the baseball above Mike Trout but has not signed an extension so the Rockies let him go. German Marquez is not part of the deal unfortunately but they do bring in Jon Gray. 
    August — The Angels offense is the best in the league and everyone is hitting. Their pitching is good and Ohtani returns to the rotation and is a clear Ace, even though his innings are not great, going only 6 innings per start. Cobb gets a break. Barria has embraced the piggyback role and regularly finishes games with 3 innings after the starter goes 6. Angels pen is best in league and Raisel Iglesias is among the top closers in the game. Trout though shows everyone why he’s the best player in the league, and surges from his high .340’s Average which had been leading the league prior to Story being acquired. From him The second week of August through the end of the Month, he goes 60/110 which is a .545 average and pushes his overall average to .389. 
    September — Marsh is promoted when rosters expand and Adell moves to left. Angels are clearly in first because the Astros are fourth in the division behind the Rangers and A’s, just Slightly ahead of the Mariners. Trouts incredible three weeks is over, but he still pushes ahead to a .406 average on September 10th. Walsh surges again but the star of the month is Anthony Rendon, who quietly has put up the best numbers of his career. Angels win division, Trout drops below .400 for the last two and half weeks, leaving many to believe he won’t make it but just average is .391 headed into the final three games of the season. But he goes 11-12 and finishes at .401. Angels finish at 97-65.

    October —Angels sweep their first playoff series with Trout, and their offense looks unstoppable. Canning has two excellent starts in the ALDS against the White Sox . In the ALCS against the Yankees, Ohtani dominates no-hitting the Yankees over 6 2/3, but with over 100 pitches Madison turns to Barria to comes in to finish the no-no. Angels win in 6. It’s an Angels-Dodgers World Series and the Dodgers take an early 2-0 lead, but the Angels win three straight including an extra inning affair in game 3 where Pujols wins it with a walk off. Game 6 goes eerily familiar with the Angels going down 5-0. Inexplicably Roberts calls for the game ball for Walker Buehler and sends in Blake Treinen to face Trout. Trout hits a double scoring Fletcher from second, then the Angels load the bases for Walsh, who clears the bases with a moonshot, to tie the game. Adell doubles in Marsh in the eighth, pushing the Angels ahead. And Iglesias slams the door shut in the bottom of the ninth.
     
    Angels win the World Series.
     

     
     

     
     
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    Hubs reacted to Inside Pitch in Angels announce 2021 Spring Training Non-roster Invitees   
    ... he's on the roster so..  no need for an NRI.  Marsh, Adell, him... on the 40
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    Hubs reacted to Bronson in Month by month prediction of Angels 2021 season   
    I got pretty fucked up last night.
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    Hubs got a reaction from Pancake Bear in Month by month prediction of Angels 2021 season   
    March — Spring training is ok, ohtani looks good with the bat and on the mound leading to a lot of speculation and excitement. Marsh looks great. Heaney goes down with a minor injury as in past seasons, seemingly putting Barria in rotation and Sandoval in pen. Angels do bolster their rotation though and grab Walker and reliever Justin Wilson. 
    April — Angels get off to a hot start, pen being lights out and rotation being solid. Ohtani doesn’t go deep into games, averaging only 4 innings, but they lineup Barria to piggy back his starts. Upton gets off to a great start offensively and people stop criticizing him. They end the the month 5 games over .500.

    May — Uptons hot streak falters but he’s still productive. Ward and Fowler are in a straight platoon and productive. Trout is phenomenal and Pujols homers in three straight games and is happy in his final season with his limited playing time. Heaney returns at the end of May and they give Canning a two week break to limit innings. They’re 7 games over .500 and battling the A’s for first.
    June — Walsh is absolutely on fire, and sets the Major League Record for Home Runs in June. Canning returns from his break refreshed and ready to go and they send out Walker. Adell and Marsh are chomping at the bit, so they ask Ward to try to play catcher again since he’s been hitting and has taken over for Fowler as the primary RF, but his defense has been just adequate. Stassi is out with a hip Contusion so Ward and Suzuki form a platoon. Adel is promoted the right field spot.
    July — Angels surge to a clear lead in the division before the break. Walker returns and he’s lights out, Ohtani gets a break. Three actually with the All Star Game. Walsh, Trout, Rendon all start for the AL. At the deadline, the Angels move Jose Iglesias, Quintana, Stassi, and a few prospects for Trevor Story who is leading the NL in batting average and is the only player in the baseball above Mike Trout but has not signed an extension so the Rockies let him go. German Marquez is not part of the deal unfortunately but they do bring in Jon Gray. 
    August — The Angels offense is the best in the league and everyone is hitting. Their pitching is good and Ohtani returns to the rotation and is a clear Ace, even though his innings are not great, going only 6 innings per start. Cobb gets a break. Barria has embraced the piggyback role and regularly finishes games with 3 innings after the starter goes 6. Angels pen is best in league and Raisel Iglesias is among the top closers in the game. Trout though shows everyone why he’s the best player in the league, and surges from his high .340’s Average which had been leading the league prior to Story being acquired. From him The second week of August through the end of the Month, he goes 60/110 which is a .545 average and pushes his overall average to .389. 
    September — Marsh is promoted when rosters expand and Adell moves to left. Angels are clearly in first because the Astros are fourth in the division behind the Rangers and A’s, just Slightly ahead of the Mariners. Trouts incredible three weeks is over, but he still pushes ahead to a .406 average on September 10th. Walsh surges again but the star of the month is Anthony Rendon, who quietly has put up the best numbers of his career. Angels win division, Trout drops below .400 for the last two and half weeks, leaving many to believe he won’t make it but just average is .391 headed into the final three games of the season. But he goes 11-12 and finishes at .401. Angels finish at 97-65.

    October —Angels sweep their first playoff series with Trout, and their offense looks unstoppable. Canning has two excellent starts in the ALDS against the White Sox . In the ALCS against the Yankees, Ohtani dominates no-hitting the Yankees over 6 2/3, but with over 100 pitches Madison turns to Barria to comes in to finish the no-no. Angels win in 6. It’s an Angels-Dodgers World Series and the Dodgers take an early 2-0 lead, but the Angels win three straight including an extra inning affair in game 3 where Pujols wins it with a walk off. Game 6 goes eerily familiar with the Angels going down 5-0. Inexplicably Roberts calls for the game ball for Walker Buehler and sends in Blake Treinen to face Trout. Trout hits a double scoring Fletcher from second, then the Angels load the bases for Walsh, who clears the bases with a moonshot, to tie the game. Adell doubles in Marsh in the eighth, pushing the Angels ahead. And Iglesias slams the door shut in the bottom of the ninth.
     
    Angels win the World Series.
     

     
     

     
     
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    Hubs reacted to tdawg87 in Minasian and the rotation.   
    Alright let's just get this out of the way: I do not like the SP acquisitions this offseason. Quintana is fine, but Cobb is gonna have to pitch much better than he has for me to understand that trade. As of now, it's an absolute ball scratcher.
    That said, I think he's looking at what happened last year at the back of the rotation as well as the depth. He's also banking on significant improvement from Ohtani.
    The Angels used 10 starting pitchers in 2020. Teheran, Ohtani, Suarez, Peters, and Andriese all combined for 15 starts. That's 1/4 of the season. 
    They had an 12.29 ERA. And that's with Andriese giving up 0 runs over 5.2 innings.
    The other five, Bundy, Heaney, Canning, Sandoval, and Barria had a *4.22 ERA. That would have been good for 12th in baseball, and 5th in the AL. The 5 starters I mentioned in the previous paragraph, including Ohtani, took the rotation from being above average to the 2nd worst in baseball. This is despite only making 1/4 of the starts. That's how fucking bad they were.
    [*is based on overall ERA for GS, Barria and Sandoval made "relief" appearances.]
    So, lets say the rotation this year is Bundy, Heaney, Quintana, Canning, Cobb, Ohtani. Quintana replaces Sandoval, who put up a 6.75 ERA. I'm going out on a limb and say Quintana pitches better than that. 
    Cobb replaces Teheran and his 10.73 ERA as a starter. Even if Cobb sucks and has a 5.00 ERA, that's a pretty significant improvement. 
    Anyway, I'm done with stats. My point is I kind of get what Minasian is doing this year: He's strengthening the back end and the depth so when we need 4-5 starters to pitch in a quarter of the games this year, it won't be so devastating. 
    I lied, I'm not done with stats. 
    Let's say we need 10 starters again, and the 4-5 "back up" guys suck and combine for a 7.00 ERA. Let's also say the main rotation doesn't improve and keeps the 4.22 ERA. That would give the rotation a 4.59 ERA, which would have been 18th in baseball and 9th in the AL. Is that good? Of course not, but I'm assuming the rotation sees no improvement and the depth sucks, just not quite as hard as 2020. And that's still overall much, much better than 2020.
    Minasian isn't just trying to improve that 4.22 ERA with Quintana, he's trying to improve the fucking 12.29 ERA with Cobb and a healthy Ohtani. Barria will take starts away from Suarez, and Sandoval will make sure Peters never sees another inning. 
    The rotation won't be good, barring some incredible performances. But it could be average, which is so ridiculously better than last year it's not even funny.
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    Hubs reacted to Inside Pitch in Month by month prediction of Angels 2021 season   
    March 

    April

    May

    July

    Deadline

    August

    Sept

    October

    November

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    Hubs reacted to Lou in Month by month prediction of Angels 2021 season   
    You start your day at 11:40am?
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    Hubs got a reaction from itsKnoppUitsme in Month by month prediction of Angels 2021 season   
    March — Spring training is ok, ohtani looks good with the bat and on the mound leading to a lot of speculation and excitement. Marsh looks great. Heaney goes down with a minor injury as in past seasons, seemingly putting Barria in rotation and Sandoval in pen. Angels do bolster their rotation though and grab Walker and reliever Justin Wilson. 
    April — Angels get off to a hot start, pen being lights out and rotation being solid. Ohtani doesn’t go deep into games, averaging only 4 innings, but they lineup Barria to piggy back his starts. Upton gets off to a great start offensively and people stop criticizing him. They end the the month 5 games over .500.

    May — Uptons hot streak falters but he’s still productive. Ward and Fowler are in a straight platoon and productive. Trout is phenomenal and Pujols homers in three straight games and is happy in his final season with his limited playing time. Heaney returns at the end of May and they give Canning a two week break to limit innings. They’re 7 games over .500 and battling the A’s for first.
    June — Walsh is absolutely on fire, and sets the Major League Record for Home Runs in June. Canning returns from his break refreshed and ready to go and they send out Walker. Adell and Marsh are chomping at the bit, so they ask Ward to try to play catcher again since he’s been hitting and has taken over for Fowler as the primary RF, but his defense has been just adequate. Stassi is out with a hip Contusion so Ward and Suzuki form a platoon. Adel is promoted the right field spot.
    July — Angels surge to a clear lead in the division before the break. Walker returns and he’s lights out, Ohtani gets a break. Three actually with the All Star Game. Walsh, Trout, Rendon all start for the AL. At the deadline, the Angels move Jose Iglesias, Quintana, Stassi, and a few prospects for Trevor Story who is leading the NL in batting average and is the only player in the baseball above Mike Trout but has not signed an extension so the Rockies let him go. German Marquez is not part of the deal unfortunately but they do bring in Jon Gray. 
    August — The Angels offense is the best in the league and everyone is hitting. Their pitching is good and Ohtani returns to the rotation and is a clear Ace, even though his innings are not great, going only 6 innings per start. Cobb gets a break. Barria has embraced the piggyback role and regularly finishes games with 3 innings after the starter goes 6. Angels pen is best in league and Raisel Iglesias is among the top closers in the game. Trout though shows everyone why he’s the best player in the league, and surges from his high .340’s Average which had been leading the league prior to Story being acquired. From him The second week of August through the end of the Month, he goes 60/110 which is a .545 average and pushes his overall average to .389. 
    September — Marsh is promoted when rosters expand and Adell moves to left. Angels are clearly in first because the Astros are fourth in the division behind the Rangers and A’s, just Slightly ahead of the Mariners. Trouts incredible three weeks is over, but he still pushes ahead to a .406 average on September 10th. Walsh surges again but the star of the month is Anthony Rendon, who quietly has put up the best numbers of his career. Angels win division, Trout drops below .400 for the last two and half weeks, leaving many to believe he won’t make it but just average is .391 headed into the final three games of the season. But he goes 11-12 and finishes at .401. Angels finish at 97-65.

    October —Angels sweep their first playoff series with Trout, and their offense looks unstoppable. Canning has two excellent starts in the ALDS against the White Sox . In the ALCS against the Yankees, Ohtani dominates no-hitting the Yankees over 6 2/3, but with over 100 pitches Madison turns to Barria to comes in to finish the no-no. Angels win in 6. It’s an Angels-Dodgers World Series and the Dodgers take an early 2-0 lead, but the Angels win three straight including an extra inning affair in game 3 where Pujols wins it with a walk off. Game 6 goes eerily familiar with the Angels going down 5-0. Inexplicably Roberts calls for the game ball for Walker Buehler and sends in Blake Treinen to face Trout. Trout hits a double scoring Fletcher from second, then the Angels load the bases for Walsh, who clears the bases with a moonshot, to tie the game. Adell doubles in Marsh in the eighth, pushing the Angels ahead. And Iglesias slams the door shut in the bottom of the ninth.
     
    Angels win the World Series.
     

     
     

     
     
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    Hubs reacted to Bronson in Month by month prediction of Angels 2021 season   
    That was the most ridiculous prediction I’ve ever read. Thanks for that. Needed a good laugh before I started my day.
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    Hubs got a reaction from eligrba in AL West Assessment for '21   
    You are so wildly off base. None of the other players you mention as cheaters had any guarantee for success. The guy swinging the bat might be swinging a steroid enhanced bat at a steroid enhance strike throw By a bulked up pitcher. Knowing what pitch is coming dramatically alters the game and competition. The entire team should have been suspended if not banned from baseball a la the Black Sox 
     
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    Hubs got a reaction from Angel Oracle in AL West Assessment for '21   
    Uh maybe not knowing what pitches were coming led to a down year. We know they cheated in 2017 and parts of 2018, are we expected to believe they just stopped cheating? When they hadn’t been caught yet? In 2020, they’d been caught. They were 29-31 last year, and trending downwards. Angels got off to a tough start, but their rotation will be average, as in 12-18th in the league, 6-9th in the AL. The A’s have a better rotation, but don’t have the offense. The Astros have a bunch of young guys and two veteran starters but get the benefit of the doubt. Where the Angels don’t. To me, Angels are the favorites. It will be close, with all three teams winning between 86-92 games but I think they can come out on top. 
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    Hubs got a reaction from failos in AL West Assessment for '21   
    Uh maybe not knowing what pitches were coming led to a down year. We know they cheated in 2017 and parts of 2018, are we expected to believe they just stopped cheating? When they hadn’t been caught yet? In 2020, they’d been caught. They were 29-31 last year, and trending downwards. Angels got off to a tough start, but their rotation will be average, as in 12-18th in the league, 6-9th in the AL. The A’s have a better rotation, but don’t have the offense. The Astros have a bunch of young guys and two veteran starters but get the benefit of the doubt. Where the Angels don’t. To me, Angels are the favorites. It will be close, with all three teams winning between 86-92 games but I think they can come out on top. 
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    Hubs reacted to Angel Oracle in AL West Assessment for '21   
    No trash can banging in 2020
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    Hubs got a reaction from SlappyUtilityMIF in The Official 2020-2021 Hot Stove Offseason Thread   
    Rosenthal for a few million would be amazing. He’s who I wanted prior to Raisel Iglesias. I don’t know if he gets a closer job somewhere else, and he could get it here, but they could also be a 1/2 punch. And with Mayers, Pena, Buttrey from the right and Claudio and Slegers from the left side. Plus Rivera, Reyes, Yan, and Of course the starters who won’t be in the rotation in Barria and Sandoval, it’s a damn good pen
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    Hubs got a reaction from AngelsFaninGA in Angels sign Phil Gosselin to a minor league deal   
    He’s married to my friend’s sister in law. He’d love to play local.
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    Hubs got a reaction from BritAngel in Aces available at the trade deadline.   
    German Marquez may be on the block by then
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    Hubs got a reaction from angelsnationtalk in The Official 2020-2021 Hot Stove Offseason Thread   
    Rosenthal for a few million would be amazing. He’s who I wanted prior to Raisel Iglesias. I don’t know if he gets a closer job somewhere else, and he could get it here, but they could also be a 1/2 punch. And with Mayers, Pena, Buttrey from the right and Claudio and Slegers from the left side. Plus Rivera, Reyes, Yan, and Of course the starters who won’t be in the rotation in Barria and Sandoval, it’s a damn good pen
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    Hubs got a reaction from Billy_Ball in Trevor Bauer signs with the Dodgers (3 years, $102 million)   
    Anybody upset that the Angels didn’t make this deal at that price are insane. I wanted him here don’t get me wrong, but that’s a big big big number. 
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    Hubs got a reaction from Inside Pitch in Trevor Bauer signs with the Dodgers (3 years, $102 million)   
    Anybody upset that the Angels didn’t make this deal at that price are insane. I wanted him here don’t get me wrong, but that’s a big big big number. 
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    Hubs got a reaction from Chuckster70 in Trevor Bauer signs with the Dodgers (3 years, $102 million)   
    That would be a terrible trade. 
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    Hubs got a reaction from DMVol in Trevor Bauer signs with the Dodgers (3 years, $102 million)   
    Anybody upset that the Angels didn’t make this deal at that price are insane. I wanted him here don’t get me wrong, but that’s a big big big number. 
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    Hubs got a reaction from Lhalo in Trevor Bauer signs with the Dodgers (3 years, $102 million)   
    Anybody upset that the Angels didn’t make this deal at that price are insane. I wanted him here don’t get me wrong, but that’s a big big big number. 
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    Hubs got a reaction from HaloMilliVanilli in Angels acquire Dexter Fowler and cash from the Cardinals for a PTBNL or cash   
    Even though he’s a switch hitter, he hits better from the left in 2020, .260 / .349 / .452 / .801 and In 2019 .246 / .351 / .426 / .774.
    That’s exactly what they needed.
    He’s a primarily left handed bat that can play all three outfield positions.  
     
    This is exactly what I just said I wanted. Doubt he starts against lefties.
     
    For 14 M, it would’ve been nuts, but for 1.75?
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    Hubs got a reaction from Jinzu in Angels acquire Dexter Fowler and cash from the Cardinals for a PTBNL or cash   
    Even though he’s a switch hitter, he hits better from the left in 2020, .260 / .349 / .452 / .801 and In 2019 .246 / .351 / .426 / .774.
    That’s exactly what they needed.
    He’s a primarily left handed bat that can play all three outfield positions.  
     
    This is exactly what I just said I wanted. Doubt he starts against lefties.
     
    For 14 M, it would’ve been nuts, but for 1.75?
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