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  1. By @angelsnationtalk, AngelsWin.com Contributor Before we get started let's look at the 5 majors additions the Angels have made so far in 2020. Traded for RP Raisel Iglesias (+$9.125M) Traded for SS Jose Iglesias (+3.5M) Signed RP Alex Claudio (+$1.125M) Signed C Kurt Suzuki (+$1.5M) Signed SP Jose Quintana (+8M) Total adds an additional $23.25M to the 2021 payroll. Here's what is interesting. All of these players become free agents after the 2021 season. Therefore.... The cost for 2021: $23.25M The cost for 2022: $0. Opening Day payroll: $173,413,096 CB Ta
  2. By David Saltzer, AngelsWin.com Senior Writer With the MLB offseason moving at a glacially slow speed, a lot of time, columns, and commentary has been devoted to which players, if any, might be voted into the Hall of Fame. As of the time this article was written, there are 57 public ballots and 5 anonymous ballots. There’s even a Hall of Fame vote tracker, where fans can see which players are likely to gain admittance into the Hall of Fame. Again, as of the time of this article, it appears that 2021 may not produce a single Hall of Fame admittance for a player. With al
  3. Last night marked Shohei Ohtani's 162nd game, and I thought it'd be fun to see what he and other Angel hitters have done in their last 162 games. Shohei Ohtani: .290/.358/.556/.914 with 30 doubles, 3 triples, 36 HR, 101 RBI, 16 SB, 57 BB, 160 K Mike Trout: .310/.468/.619/1.087 with 29 doubles, 2 triples, 46 HR, 110 RBI, 19 SB, 145 BB, 136 K Kole Calhoun: .236/.329/.467/.796 with 30 doubles, 2 triples, 35 HR, 87 RBI, 5 SB, 80 BB, 167 K Justin Upton: .258/.344/.463/.807 with 20 doubles, 1 triple, 34 HR, 93 RBI, 9 SB, 72 BB, 200 K Albert Pujols:
  4. Which team are you all pulling for? I'm sure most will not be pulling for Boston at any cost. I'm in that boat. The Astros have a fun group to watch, and it'll be fun to see them beat the brakes off the Red Sox. But ultimately, I think Cleveland will be representing the AL in the WS, and winning it.
  5. I am kind of surprised that we are 3 weeks away from the MLB draft, Eppler's first draft of his career as GM and there isn't a whisper of it yet. Now I know some of you guys have already been following prospect reports of potential draftees so let's hear it. Who are you going to pick? I don't think anyone can say which way the Angels are going to move in this draft with almost an entirely new crew but if you are in charge who are you taking with your first rounder. the #20 pick. According to Baseball Prospectus the #20 player in their field is a High School SS named Delvin Perez. Is it to
  6. Francona: Kazmir looks 'so good it's scary' http://dlvr.it/2zqTJS Awesomeness for the first day on our new home. 10 pager?
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