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By Robert Cunningham, Angelswin.com Senior Writer NOTE: This article contains a detailed summary of each prospective bullpen candidate under the "Spoiler" bar. Some of you may just want to jump to the conclusion so the player contents are hidden from view. If you want to read that section, simply click on the bar and dive deeper into each of our reliever candidates, there are some interesting tidbits. In 2019, the Angels continued to develop a core group of relief options that produced to the tune of 2.5 Wins Above Replacement (WAR) across 761.2 innings pitched (IP). The latter numbe
I've been known to be what some would call a pessimist. Not now. This team has is showing a crazy amount of heart that we haven't seen much of in recent seasons. My only concern is that the rotation is not going deep enough to keep from (eventually) taxing the bullpen. But if the rotation can step their game up, I'm ready to drink the Kool-Aid.
Thoughts on the bullpen As the season inches closer there are still jobs to be won, especially in the bullpen. The Angels figure to go 7 arms strong to start the season, and with Angels closer Huston Street who is expected to start the season on the DL these are the 7 names I expect you will see on the opening day roster. Cam Bedrosian: Cam is one of the few locks to crack the bullpen. He's lining up to be the closer to start the season. Cam made a meteoric jump between the 2015 and 2016 season, in 2015 he sported a 5.40 ERA in 33.1 IP. Let's jump to 2016 in 40.1 IP he surrende
Hi All: Thank you for welcoming me aboard Angels Win. This is my second post. My first was in spring training, sharing my optimism for the year to come. Some observations (some of which I know have been shared by others in past posts): Oakland's extended hot streak reminds me of 2002. That was the year that Oakland finished with 103 wins, winning the West. Beyond us winning the series in 2002, what I most remember was that despite how scorchingly hot Oakland was, they could not separate from us in a significant way. The A's won 20 consecutive games in a stretch from August to