Tag "Los Angeles Angels"

Angels Suspend Callaway Amid Harassment Allegations 

The Los Angeles Angels announced Tuesday the suspension of pitching coach Mickey Callaway. The decision follows Monday’s report by The Athletic revealing accusations of sexual harassment by a group of female reporters.

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Report: Angels to Acquire Alex Cobb From Orioles 

The Angels bolstered their rotation on Monday by acquiring Alex Cobb from the Orioles. B.J. Martin explains and analyzes the interesting swap.

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In Memoriam: Don Sutton (1945-2021) 

B.J. Martin remembers the legacy of Hall of Fame pitcher and MLB legend Don Sutton, who passed away on Tuesday evening.

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Report: Angels Sign José Quintana 

The Angels struck a deal with free agent starter José Quintana on Tuesday. B.J. Martin evaluates the move and what’s next for Los Angeles.

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Angels Sign Catcher Kurt Suzuki 

The Los Angeles Angels have reached an agreement on a one-year, $1.5 million deal with former Washington Nationals catcher Kurt Suzuki.

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Former Angels Staffer Claims Gerrit Cole, Max Scherzer, and Justin Verlander Cheated

A former Angels clubhouse staffer has claimed that many star pitchers, including Gerrit Cole, have used illegal substances in the past.

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Three Trade Fits for Cubs Catcher Willson Contreras

The Chicago Cubs are reportedly shopping Willson Contreras after trading pitcher Yu Darvish, but what teams are in need of a starting backstop?

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Hall of Fame Case: Dan Haren

Dan Haren is on the ballot for the first time this year. The big right-hander pitched 13 years in the majors and was about as durable as they come. Let’s take a look at his Hall of Fame case.

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Angels Acquire Raisel Iglesias From Reds

The Angels struck a deal on Monday to acquire a big-name reliever from Cincinnati. B.J. Martin breaks down the trade.

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MLB Free Agent Profile: Tommy La Stella

Tommy La Stella had a solid 2020 season between the Los Angeles Angels and Oakland Athletics. After tapping into more power than he ever had before in 2019 (his first year with the Angels), he showed more of the same in the shortened season.

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