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”

Mailbag: 3/26/2021

I asked for questions, and you asked back. I won’t waste any time with excess. Here are your questions, and we’ll begin with all the draft ones: “What position do you see the Angels drafting at the (#9) spot? I’ve seen pitchers and 3B the most I believe in mock drafts.” – JDB2412 (@JGB2412) Hey.Continue reading “Mailbag: 3/26/2021”

Angels Add Pitching, But Does It Answer Questions About 2021? 2022?

“We’d like to add more arms to the current crop we have.” Perry Minasian proclaimed these words on a conference call promptly after noting the Angels are “very active” in their pursuits for another starting pitcher for the 2021 season. Sensibly, the Angels went into the off-season with a need to improve on their pitchingContinue reading “Angels Add Pitching, But Does It Answer Questions About 2021? 2022?”

Angels Prospect Comparisons

Comparisons among prospects and Major League talent are rarely fair and can become erratically lazy. While watching any prospect show or draft preview, you will see highly paid analyst make remarks of, “His swing reminds me of Barry Bonds,” or “That sinker/slider combo is reminiscent Greg Maddux.” How many times have you heard that aContinue reading “Angels Prospect Comparisons”

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