Angels Top 30 Prospects 2021

If you look up the term “prospect” in the dictionary, you’ll come to the realization that what scouts have been saying for years is accurate: A good organization may have 10-to-15 prospects, and a weak one may have five or less. I asked a long-time Scouting Director what he would dub as the guys whoContinue reading “Angels Top 30 Prospects 2021”

Angels Release Albert Pujols

Albert Pujols is no longer a player in the Angels organization. On Thursday morning, the club announced they had designated the 41-year-old for assignment, which will lead to a release from his contract. “The Angels Organization proudly signed Albert Pujols in 2011, and are honored that he has worn an Angels jersey for nearly halfContinue reading “Angels Release Albert Pujols”

Shohei Ohtani, Two-Way Experiment: Success

In a game known to be played by inches, it was time that held the collective breath of the sport. Half a minute was all it took for the world of baseball to see a season hang in the balance. As a 90 mile-per-hour splitter that was swung-on-and-missed got away from Max Stassi, a throwContinue reading “Shohei Ohtani, Two-Way Experiment: Success”

Projecting the Angels Opening Day Roster

Entering Spring Training with 68 potential candidates* to crack their Opening Day roster, the Angels have already made some drastic changes to their Spring roster. Jose Quijada has yet to arrive to camp due to visa issues. Gerardo Reyes lasted a handful of pitches before going down with an elbow injury that will require TommyContinue reading “Projecting the Angels Opening Day Roster”