The Rangers add to their outfield, in an unusual way.
Josh Hamilton goes back to the team where he experienced the best years of his career, but how he performs on the field will always be of secondary importance in his life.
Doug’s attachment to arms shines through as he nabs David Price and Felix Hernandez to anchor his dream Roto staff.
There’s no doubt that Mike Trout is the cream of the fantasy crop, but which other Halos could bolster your squad?
The Astros and Reds make many mistakes, Josh Hamilton is hitting, and Chris Davis delivers a big blow.
Why timing is everything when it comes to buying big free agents.
Ben and Sam pick the worst players eligible for the All-Star Game, then discuss Josh Hamilton’s smokeless tobacco use.
It’s Albert Pujols and Josh Hamilton, but it’s not just Albert Pujols and Josh Hamilton.
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.
R.J. goes back over his free agent rankings to see what teams knew that he didn’t.
Silver Slugger awards shouldn’t be controversial, but Jason finds a gap remains between advanced metrics and voters.
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.
What work is still left to be done for some of baseball’s playoff contenders?