1/23/2015 | Aybar preparing for new double-play partner in '15
With pitchers and catchers scheduled to report to Tempe, Ariz., by Feb. 19, it's time to dissect the Angels' 2015 roster. This is the second of a seven-part Around the Horn series taking a position-by-position look at projected starters and backup options heading into the season. Next up: Middle infield.
1/20/2015 | Iannetta's health, production vital to Angels' success
With pitchers and catchers scheduled to report to Tempe, Ariz., by Feb. 19, it's time to dissect the Angels' 2015 roster. This is the first of a seven-part Around the Horn series taking a position-by-position look at projected starters and backup options heading into the season. First up: Catchers.
1/19/2015 | Herrera released to play in Japan
The Angels have released Yoslan Herrera in order for the right-hander to play for Yokohama in the Nippon Professional Baseball League in Japan, the team announced Monday.
1/16/2015 | Salas, Cowgill agree to pacts to avoid arbitration
The Angels avoided arbitration with right-hander Fernando Salas and outfielder Collin Cowgill on Friday. Salas received $1.37 million in his second of three arbitration-eligible years and Cowgill, a Super Two, got $995,000.
1/16/2015 | Angels see a lot to like in Cuban prospect Baldoquin
The Angels gradually fell in love with Roberto Baldoquin, not because he was the biggest talent available on the international market but because they felt he was the right player to take a chance on.
1/15/2015 | Angels sign trio to one-year deals to avoid arbitration
The Angels avoided arbitration with left-handers Hector Santiago and Cesar Ramos on Thursday. Santiago will receive $2.29 million in 2015 while Ramos will get $1,312,500.
1/14/2015 | Reliever Mattheus signs Minor League deal with Angels
The Angels signed former Nationals reliever Ryan Mattheus to a Minor League contract with a Spring Training invitation on Wednesday.
1/14/2015 | Trout stacks up to legends after three seasons in Majors
To identify an outfielder as great as Mike Trout through three Major League seasons, you have to dig into the past. Not since the Golden Era -- from the late 1940s into the early 1970s, when giants roamed the landscape -- have we seen players rivaling Trout's total impact.
1/12/2015 | Arbitration-eligible players to shape Halos' 2015 payroll
The Angels opened last season with a franchise-record $154.5 million payroll. If they don't make another change to their Major League roster this offseason -- a likely scenario at this point -- they project to open 2015 with a payroll of roughly $145 million, down from last year but still the third largest in club history. This month will have a major say in that exact total, as the Angels aim to come to terms with eight arbitration-eligible players.
1/8/2015 | Angels acquire third-base prospect from Braves
The Angels acquired third-base prospect Kyle Kubitza and right-hander Nate Hyatt from the Braves for pitching prospect Ricardo Sanchez on Thursday.
1/8/2015 | Spring workout dates announced for all clubs
Spring is officially on the horizon. Major League Baseball announced the first Spring Training workout dates for all 30 of its clubs on Thursday. Pitchers and catchers for the reigning World Series champion Giants -- along with the Phillies, Pirates and Reds -- will be the first to work out, with a Feb. 19 start date. Thirteen other clubs will work out pitchers and catchers for the first time the following day.
1/8/2015 | Angels target trade for third-base prospect
The Angels will need someone to take over at the hot corner once David Freese hits the free-agent market after the 2015 season, don't necessarily have that player in their organization and have made acquiring someone via trade one of their primary goals this winter, a source told MLB.com on Thursday.
1/7/2015 | Perseverant Johnny Mac leaves legacy in retirement
On Wednesday afternoon, four Major League clubs simultaneously used their official Twitter accounts to spread the news of John McDonald's official retirement from the big leagues. Think about that. Four clubs -- the Indians, D-backs, Angels and Blue Jays -- felt fond enough about this scrappy little journeyman utility guy that they all wanted some part of his goodbye.
1/7/2015 | Popular infielder McDonald calls it a career
John McDonald, who willed his way through a 16-year career with eight different teams as a backup infielder, has decided to retire from the game at age 40. News of his decision spread Wednesday, when four teams -- the Indians, Blue Jays, D-backs and Angels -- offered up congratulations through their individual Twitter accounts.
1/7/2015 | Kershaw, Trout honored as LA's top sportsmen
Angels outfielder Mike Trout and Dodgers pitcher Clayton Kershaw on Wednesday were named as the Los Angeles Sports Council's 2014 Sportsmen of the Year.
1/6/2015 | Angels officially sign Cuban infielder Baldoquin
The Angels announced the signing of 20-year-old Cuban infielder Roberto Baldoquin on Tuesday, shortly after receiving final approval from the Commissioner's Office.
1/6/2015 | After missing out on Hall, Grich finds supporters
The Hall of Fame passed Bobby Grich by years ago. The standout second baseman for the Orioles and Angels became eligible in 1992, received votes from only 2.6 percent of the Baseball Writers' Association of America and was never considered again, tossed aside like all the others who fell below that five-percent threshold to remain on the ballot.
1/3/2015 | Inbox: How long will Hamilton be with Angels?
MLB.com's Alden Gonzalez opens up his Inbox to discuss Josh Hamilton's future, the starting rotation, second base and more.