Tag "Los Angeles Angels"

Angels Name Perry Minasian as General Manager 

The Los Angeles Angels concluded their six-week search for a new general manager Wednesday with the hiring of Atlanta Braves assistant general manager Perry Minasian. He’ll assume the role last held by Billy Eppler prior to his departure at the conclusion of the 2020 regular season.

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MLB Offseason Preview: Los Angeles Angels 

The Los Angeles Angels finished the 2020 regular season with their fifth consecutive losing season and sixth straight year without reaching the postseason. Owner Arte Moreno wasted no time making changes by announcing the team had relieved general manager, Billy Eppler, of his duties following the final regular game of the season.

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MLB Free Agent Profile: George Springer

George Springer is one of the MLB’s most premier dual-threat outfielders. At age 31, his defense is still very good and he will be highly sought after in free agency.

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The Good, Bad, and Ugly From Billy Eppler’s Tenure as Angels GM 

B.J. Martin recaps the good, the bad, and the ugly from Billy Eppler’s tenure as the Los Angeles Angels’ general manager.

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Why the Angels Fell Short of the Playoffs (Again)

B.J. Martin details several reasons why the Angels are once again watching playoff baseball from home.

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Angels Fire GM Billy Eppler 

Following the conclusion of the Angels season-ending series sweep at the hands of the Los Angeles Dodgers, they announced the dismissal of General Manager Billy Eppler. The Angels completed the 2021 season with a record of 26-34, missing the post-season for the sixth straight season.

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Andrelton Simmons Leaves Angels With 5 Games Remaining

Angels shortstop Andrelton Simmons is opting out of the MLB season with just five games remaining. B.J. Martin breaks down what this means for the Angels going forward.

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Pujols Homers Passing Mays for Fifth All-Time

Angels first baseman Albert Pujols launched a solo home run off rookie Wes Benjamin in the fifth inning of Friday evening’s series opener against the Texas Rangers at Angel Stadium Friday night.

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Sitting at 660 Home Runs, Albert Pujols Solidified Among First Base Mount Rushmore

Albert Pujols hit his 660th home run last weekend, solidifying his name on the Mount Rushmore of first basemen. B.J. Martin looks at other players who also deserve such recognition.

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Angels September Surge Led by Unexpected Sources 

Last place in the American League West with a league-worst 12-24 record, the Los Angeles Angels finished August sellers at the trade deadline. The club dealt starting catcher Jason Castro, second baseman Tommy La Stella, and outfielder Brian Goodwin to

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