The guide to sustainable farming
The Angels will try anything to fix the most barren system in MLB
ONE YEAR AGO, on backfield No. 6 in Tempe, Ariz., where players breathe the helium that floats spring training optimism, 165 Angels minor leaguers took a knee and 55 Angels minor league coaches stood at attention. Scott Servais, the club's assistant GM overseeing player development, was in the middle. It would be his only chance all year to address everybody at once.
"How many of you here played in the playoffs last year?" he asked. Denny Hocking, the Angels' new rookie ball manager, ...
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