A look at five possible free-agent destinations for Justin Upton, yet don't be surprised if Upton provides his own surprise with his decision.
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Heyward makes sense for the Angels
Los Angeles needs both an outfielder and a left-handed hitter to slot into its lineup. Even though Jason Heyward will likely land a big contract, money has never stopped Halos owner Arte Moreno before. Heyward's potential landing spots
Scott Radinsky has been named the Los Angeles Angels' new bullpen coach.
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One day after losing catcher Chris Iannetta to the Mariners in free agency, the Angels agreed to a one-year deal with veteran Geovany Soto.
Once thought to be the future Nationals manager, Bud Black was hired Tuesday as a special assistant to new Los Angeles Angels general manager Billy Eppler.
Angels maintaining status quo
Los Angeles once again looks like a contender but still has plenty of holes to fill this offseason. Until the Halos do so, they're holding steady instead of trending upward in Jim Bowden's eyes. MLB status check (Insider)
Angels interested in Jason Heyward?
The Halos reportedly aren't ruling out a run at the free-agent outfielder. How would Heyward fit in Los Angeles? MLB rumors roundup
Eric Karabell and Tristan Cockcroft weigh in on deals for Craig Kimbrel, Andrelton Simmons and Leonys Martin. Plus, favorite Thanksgiving dishes and more!
The Seattle Mariners might have their new starting catcher for 2016 after signing Chris Iannetta to a one-year contract Monday.
Hall of Fame slugger Rod Carew is hoping to qualify for a heart transplant after suffering a massive heart attack two months ago.
Mike Trout is MVP runner-up again
For the third time in four years, the Angels star outfielder finished second for the AL MVP award. Detroit's Miguel Cabrera beat Trout in 2012 and 2013, and Toronto's Josh Donaldson topped him this year. Trout won in 2014.
AL MVP voting breakdown
- Josh Donaldson, Blue Jays: 23 first-place votes, 385 points
- Mike Trout, Angels: 7 first-place votes, 304 points
- Lorenzo Cain, Royals: 20 third-place votes, 225 points
The MVP snubs keep piling up for Mike Trout of the Los Angeles Angels.
A spark plug for Toronto's potent offensive attack, Josh Donaldson was named AL MVP over Mike Trout of the Angels and Lorenzo Cain of the Royals.
Who should win the AL MVP?
Mike Trout or Josh Donaldson? A panel of 25 ESPN baseball experts were asked for their choice. Who'd they pick?
Angels center fielder Mike Trout has a four-year WAR average that is reminiscent of the best years of such players as Barry Bonds and Yogi Berra.
Clear two-horse race for AL MVP
Lorenzo Cain may have led his team to a World Series championship, but he doesn't have the kind of regular-season numbers Josh Donaldson and Mike Trout posted this year.
Will Todd Frazier land in Los Angeles?
With a lot of question marks at 3B in Los Angeles, could Frazier be the fit? Well, the farm is thin after trading away their top two prospects to acquire Andrelton Simmons. Plus, the Angels could also potentially re-sign David Freese. Potential trade destinations for Todd Frazier
Ron Roenicke is returning to the Los Angeles Angels as manager Mike Scioscia's third base coach.
Veteran infielder Cliff Pennington became the first free agent to switch teams this offseason when the Los Angeles Angels signed him to a two-year, $3.75 million deal on Tuesday.
Mike Trout remains one of the best players in the game, but the Angels have to find some offense to put around him and protect him.
Lefty Sean Newcomb looks to be the main piece Atlanta is getting back for Simmons, a plus defensive player and member of a 2013 team now dismantled.
In exchange for baseball's best defensive shortstop, the Braves netted two intriguing young pitchers along with Erick Aybar, writes Keith Law.