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  1. By David Saltzer, AngelsWin.com Senior Writer To say that 2020 has been a strange year is clearly an understatement. Not only has it dramatically disrupted Major League baseball, but it has all but shutdown Minor League baseball. The long-term effect of that will not be known for years. As fans, we know that the Minor Leaguers are our future. Their development is critical to the success of the Angels organization. To find out more about how those players who are not part of the limited training program are doing, we recently met online and spoke with William Holmes, the Angels 5
  2. Interview Conducted By David Saltzer, AngelsWin.com Senior Writer Here at AngelsWin.com, we have been wondering what life is like for the Minor Leaguers working out at the Long Beach facility. It’s got to be very difficult for those players, going through the same routines, trying to stay in shape, ready to join the parent club at a moment’s notice, all while facing the same players each and every day. One of our favorite stories in the Long Beach complex is that of Jose Rojas. Having grown up locally in Anaheim, and played for Vanguard University, he’s a versatile player who shows a
  3. By the AngelsWin.com Prospect Posse (Angelsjunky, Chuck, Dave Saltzer, Dochalo, Ettin, Inside Pitch, Rafibomb, Second Base, and totdprods) One of the great, largely unspoken, tragedies of the 2020 baseball season was the lack of minor league games, which not only led to a lost year of development (for the most part), but the rushing of the Angels’ top prospect, Jo Adell, to the major leagues, where he looked raw and overmatched, to put it charitably. In terms of compiling a prospects list, it is hard to assess many of the Angels most talented prospects because a lot of them have had
  4. Hey guys, it's a new year so let's kick off 2019 with a new thread to chat about our top prospects & farm system throughout the minor league season. For starters, here's how we ranked the Los Angeles Angels top 30 prospects. By Jonathan Northrop, AngelsWin.com Staff Writer Ranking prospects is an in-exact science, to say the least. Some like to focus more on raw talent, whether athleticism or acquired baseball skills, while others like to look at actual performance. The following list is based upon the subjective opinions of nine different AngelsWin writers and member
  5. Welcome to this year’s version of the AngelsWin Top 30 Prospects. As with last year, it is a group effort: the following is a composite list of several AngelsWin.com members and writers, with eight participants this year. The method is simple: the list is an average of eight lists. The benefit of taking such an approach is that not only do we tend to even each other’s biases out a bit, but we also get a range of approaches: from relying mostly on stats, reading other scouting reports, and eye-witness scouting. Unlike last year, I’m going to include the age the player will be for the 2020
  6. By Tres Hefter, AngelsWin.com Columnist 1) Jared Walsh – 1B/DH/LHP, AAA Salt Lake: Walsh’s red-hot July reached a ridiculous level the last two weeks, as he slashed .435/.500/1.043/1.543 since 7/22, notably hitting three homers on July 23rd – followed by six more over the next 10 games – giving him an incredible nine home runs over his last 52 PA, a 133 HR pace over 162 games. Walsh’s plate discipline has also made huge strides in ’19, as he is now sporting a 13.6% BB rate over his 8.1% mark in 2018, resulting in a .453 OBP since May 1st. Walsh also returned to the mound twice over
  7. By Tres Hefter, AngelsWin.com Columnist Many new names dot the hotlist this week, especially among the hitters. Notably, the top three are all former top prospects from other organizations that the Angels have pilfered away through various means recently, further evidence of the strong efforts to rebuild the farm and find under-the-radar, high-upside talent. The lower levels continue to show promise for the next offensive wave, and our A/A+ pitching continues to produce well, with a few starting to graduate to AA. 1) Gareth Morgan – OF, Inland Empire A+: Plucked from the Marine
  8. By Tres Hefter, AngelsWin.com Columnist Multiple Angels position players continue to post video-game numbers down on the farm, with Jose Rojas continuing to be an absolute force and a hotlist stalwart. A couple new names break into the top this edition, including an unexpected outfielder. On the other side, the Angels pitching performances have shifted as summer takes hold, with early season dominance exhibited by many having waned, now giving way to steady, continued solid production from numerous young arms. 1) Jose Rojas – 1B/3B/DH, AAA Salt Lake: A hotlist mainstay this yea
  9. (Photo by Rick Dykhuizen) By Tres Hefter, AngelsWin.com Columnist 1) Jeremiah Jackson – SS/2B, Rookie Orem: Typically, Jackson’s 9 G/41 PA would not be enough to qualify him (in my own arbitrary criteria) to rank, but the 19-year old infielder’s record-breaking campaign could not be ignored. Jackson slashed .333/.390/1.056/1.446 over the last two weeks, swatting seven home runs (including a 3-HR performance on 8/15) over his last nine games, with three doubles and a triple as well. Further encouraging numbers include a reasonable 3 walks to 9 strikeouts, and a BAbip of only
  10. A - bees - win 3-2 Gatto 5ip, 1h, 1er, 3bb, 4k A+ - loss 10-5 Houchins 1-4, hr, 3 rbi Ward 1-3, 2bb Baldoquin 2-4 Briceno 2-4 AA - loss 7-2 Aguilera 2-3, 2hr 2rbi Sherm 1-3, bb Deloach 4ip, 3h, 1er, 1bb, 6k Busenitz 2ip, 2k AAA - win 5-2 petit 2-3, 2b, rbi bandy 1-2, rbi Cowart 1-3, rbi, bb Smith 5.2ip, 1er, 3h, 2bb, 5k Javy Guerra 1.1ip 1bb, 2k Mahle 1.2ip, 1h, 0 er
  11. Following Angels prospects requires an unhealthy obsession with uncertain possibilities, an unjustifiable optimism in a brighter future, a unnatural curiosity and an eye to see things that may or may not be there. And so of course, only a few Angel fans are actually crazy enough to undertake this mission. From myself (going on seven years in a row), DocHalo’s memory of obscure details, Inside Pitch’s calculations, Dave’s traveling to different minor league parks and interviewing guys other people never heard of, and finally Chuck for organizing all of it, this year’s Top 30 is a conglomerati
  12. This would hopefully infuse some much needed talent and bring some hope for the farm program. http://mlb.com/r/article?ymd=20170420&content_id=225439776&vkey=news_mlb&c_id=mlb
  13. MLB PipelineVerified account‏@MLBPipeline OF Jahmai Jones, 1B Matt Thaiss & OF Brandon Marsh headline brand new #Angels 2017 #Top30Prospects list: http://atmlb.com/2mttQfR http://m.mlb.com/prospects/2017?list=ana Breaking down the Angels' Top 30 list More than half of the Halos' prospects could hit the bigs by 2018
  14. Basically, how essential is the quickness of the reporting?
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