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Halos Heaven 4 hours ago
2021 Angels Player Review: Andrew Heaney

2021 Angels Player Review: Andrew Heaney

Photo by John McCoy/Icon Sportswire via Heaney’s Lack Of Consistency At The Front End Of The Rotation Led To His Demise And Eventually Closed The Book On A 7-Year Career With The Angels Andrew Heaney was a fixture in the starting rotation for seven seasons after the Angels acquired the left-handed starter from the Los Angeles Dodgers in exchange for infielder Howie Kendrick on December 11, 2014. Through all the ups and downs during his time in southern California (injuries, mediocre team play and even Tyler Skaggs death), Heaney was a mainstay that never could quite...
Halos Heaven 17 hours ago
Angels reportedly re-sign closer Raisel Iglesias to four-year contract

Angels reportedly re-sign closer Raisel Iglesias to four-year contract

Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports The anchor of the Halos’ bullpen is sticking around for the long run The Angels crossed off one of the most pressing matters on their offseason to-do list on Tuesday night, as they reportedly re-signed closer Raisel Iglesias to a four-year contract worth $58 million that will keep him in Anaheim through the 2025 season. Free-agent reliever Raisel Iglesias closing in on four-year contract with Angels, sources tell @TheAthletic.— Ken Rosenthal (@Ken_Rosenthal) December 1, 2021 Iglesias was acquired by the Halos last December in a trade...
OC Register 19 hours ago
Raisel Iglesias, Angels reportedly nearing 4-year deal

Raisel Iglesias, Angels reportedly nearing 4-year deal

Iglesias was one of the top relievers in the majors in 2021, recording 34 saves and posting a 2.57 ERA.
OC Register 22 hours ago
Angels non-tender utilityman Phil Gosselin

Angels non-tender utilityman Phil Gosselin

The veteran utilityman filled in last season when the Angels were ravaged by injuries and often hit in the middle of the lineup. The Angels acquired two other utility players so far this winter.
OC Register Nov 30, 2021
New Angels reliever Aaron Loup relishes new role over past few years

New Angels reliever Aaron Loup relishes new role over past few years

Loup had been used as a lefty specialist for much of his career, but the three-batter rule forced managers to also use him against right-handed hitters, and he flourished.