Draft Analysis: RHP Chris Rodriguez

Draft Analysis: RHP Chris Rodriguez

Previous Analysis: Matt Thaiss, Nolan Williams Continuing their trend of taking raw High School talents, the Angels took their 1st pitcher in the 4th round, a pitcher by the name of Chris Rodriguez. A high school kid out of Miami Gardens,…

Series Recap 6/17-6/19 @ OAK

Series Recap 6/17-6/19 @ OAK

Friday 6/17: L 2-3 Matt Shoemaker dominated once again for the Angels but the offense was unable to figure out A’s starter Kendall Graveman. With 7 strikeouts, 1 walk and 1 earned run allowed, Shoemaker extended his ridiculous hot streak to…

Draft Analysis: SS Nolan Williams

Previous Analysis: Matt Thaiss In the years prior to the 2016 draft, the Angels very frequently targeted high floor, low upside players who were expected to fill roles in the majors rather than become stars. In the 3rd round this…

Draft Analysis: Matt Thaiss

The MLB Draft is one of the most exciting times of the year in baseball. For a few days, over 1,000 players are selected as people try to project which players will be future members in the big leagues. For the…

Series Recap 6/13-6/15 vs MIN

Series Recap 6/13-6/15 vs MIN

Monday 6/13: L 4-9 The Angels continued their ugly skid on Monday night as they were pounded at home by the worst team in the American League. Not much went right for the team as they received a poor start from…

The Angels’ Complicated 2016 Summer

The Angels’ Complicated 2016 Summer

63 games into the season on June 13th, the Angels currently sit in 4th place in the American League West with a 27-36 record, only a half game up on the last place Oakland Athletics. The rash of injuries have…

Series Recap 5/27-5/29 vs HOU

Friday 5/27: W 7-2 For the 2nd straight outing, Matt Shoemaker was absolutely brilliant as he was rewarded with a win with a near shutout that ended in the 9th inning. Shoemaker was pulled after 1 out after allowing 2…

The New and Improved Hector Santiago

The New and Improved Hector Santiago

Since his arrival to Anaheim in 2014, Hector Santiago has posted a 3.62 ERA in 358 innings. Despite essentially posting a league average ERA during his time with the Angels, the guy has felt super under appreciated because of the…