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Mike Trout trade speculation, Boston going after Greg Holland, and Miami bidding on Kenley Jansen.
Atlanta adds a pair of geezers, Howie Kendrick goes to Philadelphia, and Toronto finds a slugging replacement.
What happens when a player is so good so young that there are no better versions against which to compare him?
Breaking down the week’s notable pitching performances from Tyler Skaggs and Gerrit Cole.
Minnesota gets creative in dumping Ricky Nolasco, as the Twins also send a former top prospect to the Angels and get back Hector Santiago. Also, the Angels send Joe Smith to the Cubs.
A big and exciting moment for Raul Mondesi Jr. turned into 12 minutes of the worst experience baseball could offer. Let’s slow it down a little.
The Angels win a football game, Bryan Holaday throws a knuckleball, and the Indians fall just short of history.
Five years ago this summer, Jered Weaver signed a deal that would keep him in Anaheim through the rest of his prime.
Tim Lincecum impresses in Angels debut, the Marlins pitch their way out of a shutout, and Jake Arrieta finds new and unsurprising ways to keep winning.
Why our changing expectations are driving us all insane.
Or: The Mariners fan’s guide to watching the Angels.
Yeaaah, one new Hit List kneels before you, that’s what I said now. Hit List, Hit List who adores you, just go ahead now.
The Royals storm back, Mike Trout amazes, the Reds’ bullpen is the worst, and more.
The Cubs hold their breath to see how Kyle Schwarber is, while Al Pujols adds a walk-off to his career and the Phillies’ bullpen has already blown two late, and it’s still early.