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Early 2018 support for Vladimir Guerrero?

If Jayson Stark were to cast his 2018 Hall of Fame ballot today, he would include Guerrero, who is "still bound for Cooperstown" after just missing the threshold on this year's ballot. Stark: My early 2018 HOF ballot

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Short wait for Hall for Guerrero?

Vladimir Guerrero (71.7 percent) did well for a first-ballot candidate, David Schoenfield writes. He should get in next year, although Craig Biggio debuted at 68.2 percent and had to wait two more ballots before his induction. HOF night winners/losers

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Guerrero falls just short in HOF vote

In his first year on the ballot, Vladimir Guerrero received 71.7 percent of the vote to miss the 75 percent threshold required for induction. Full results

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What would Angels say off the record?

If you gave truth serum to the executives of all 30 MLB teams, what might you hear? Buster Olney believes the Halos would admit signing Albert Pujols to a 10-year deal was a mistake. Front-office truths (Insider)

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Farm system rankings: The bottom 10

The D-backs are gutted, the Royals have tumbled and the Angels aren't last. For these minor league systems, the road back to respectability is tough.

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Will Martin Maldonado step up in 2017?

Maldonado will finally get a shot at a starting job after being traded to the Angels from the Brewers this offseason. The 30-year-old can really catch and throw and will occasionally run into a fastball, Tony Blengino writes. MLB players ready to improve (Insider)

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Should Angels have Calhoun lead off?

Mike Scioscia tried to hit Kole Calhoun in the leadoff spot in 2016, but putting him there on a more permanent basis may help him to continue improving his OBP, David Schoenfield writes. Unconventional leadoff options

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Angels among MLB's best defensive teams

GM Billy Eppler continues to make defense a high priority for the Halos, adding 2B Danny Espinosa and Cameron Maybin, who will shift from center field to left, this offseason. Where does Los Angeles rank on Buster Olney's list? Top defenses (Insider)

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Guerrero makes it on ESPN's ballot

ESPN's 17 Hall of Fame voters cast their ballots, and Vladimir Guerrero was one of seven players to make it in. Guerrero received 15 votes, good for 88.2 percent. ESPN's HoF ballot

Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

Former All-Star pitcher Mark Mulder apparently is not impressed by my Greek god like physique!!

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It's about that time again

Spring training is nearly here! Los Angeles pitchers and catchers will begin workouts in Tempe, Ariz. on Feb. 15 and will be joined by the full squad on Feb. 18.

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Calhoun among Olney's top right fielders

Kole Calhoun has been a steady player in the big leagues. Last year, he had a .786 OPS and scored 91 runs. Where does he rank on Buster Olney's list? Top right fielders (Insider)

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Do Vlad, Edgar and Moose really have Cooperstown cred?

Was he ever the best player in the game? Was he even the best player on his own team? We ask 15 hard questions about Hall of Fame hopefuls Vladimir Guerrero, Edgar Martinez and Mike Mussina.

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Simmons among top shortstops

Andrelton Simmons will chip in some hits -- he batted .281 last season -- and some occasional pop. But he's best known for his stellar defense. Where does he rank on Buster Olney's list? Top shortstops (Insider)

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Santiago Casilla could help the Halos

David Schoenfield thinks the Angels are the best fit for Casilla. At the right price, of course. Free-agent bargain bin

Angels rank toward bottom of the pack

The Halos upgraded defensively, but their pitching staff is flooded with players either trying to come back from injuries or needing further development, Jim Bowden writes. Midwinter Power Rankings (Insider)

Jayson Stark ESPN Senior Writer 

All-Unemployed Team's starting rotation: Jason Hammel, Doug Fister, Colby Lewis, Tyson Ross, Jered Weaver

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Angelinos aspiran a volver a ser un equipo contendiente en 2017

Urgida la novena del Condado de Orange por presentar un equipo contendiente que haga olvidar el desastre de la campaƱa pasada. Leer

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Who could be the Angels' Ben Zobrist?

Jefry Marte is already essentially filling such a role for the Halos. He played first base, third base and left field last season and showed he can hit as well. A Zobrist for every team (Insider)

Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Batting Average.2609th
On Base Percentage.32214th
Slugging Percentage.40522nd
Earned Run Average4.2821st
Quality Starts64Tied-24th

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