Sorry, other teams, he’s taken: The Angels extend Mike Trout through age 28.
What did the 2005 Angels’ best-in-baseball farm system turn out to be worth?
Help is very much not on the way for the Angels.
It’s Albert Pujols and Josh Hamilton, but it’s not just Albert Pujols and Josh Hamilton.
Bad stretches happen.
Ben and Sam discuss Scott Kazmir’s win over the weekend, then talk about the Angels’ outlook for the rest of this season and beyond.
Ben and Sam discuss how big a signing bonus Mark Appel will get in the amateur draft, then assess Mike Scioscia’s job security.
Is there an approach at the plate that works against Yu Darvish?
If everyone on the Astros played to their 90th-percentile projections, and everyone on the Angels played to their 10th-percentile projections, which would win more games?
The first of a five-part series on the pressing questions confronting each team in 2013.
Ben and Sam preview the Angels’ season, and Pete talks to Orange County Register Angels beat writer Jeff Fletcher (at 24:40).
Kendrys Morales goes to Seattle, and the Angels get Jason Vargas.
Ben and Sam answer listener emails about the Angels’ offense, the dreaded mental block known as the yips, and the impact of the time pitchers take between pitches.
Ben and Sam are joined by Ian Miller and Riley Breckenridge, the heroes behind Productive Outs, to talk about the Angels, Josh Hamilton, and whether fans should worry about bad contracts anymore.
The bigger the split between big-market and small-market budgets, the harder it is to evaluate a seeming overpay on the free agent market.