Angels lay low on international scouting
The Los Angeles Angels' recent firing of international scouting supervisor Clay Daniels, who is under investigation by Major League Baseball as part of a probe into bonus skimming, has stalled the organization's actions in Latin America. Though the Angels aren't usually a big spender in the international signing period (which began on July 2), the upheaval has made them less active in signing even lower-priced prospects.
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