One of the many joys of baseball's postseason is how one player can make such an outsized difference. There's no better time for a player to go on a hot streak than in the playoffs, when he's able to carry his team for a whole series -- maybe even to a...
by: Tyler Conway — Bleacher Report 18m
Anyone who wants to manage the Los Angeles Angels better be good at standardized tests. The Angels are reportedly having managerial candidates take a two-hour written test as part of their interview process, per Jon Morosi of MLB Network...
by: rne — MLB Trade Rumors 18h
This week in baseball blogs... Rox Pile talks with Rockies general manager Jeff Bridich. Phillies Nation wonders if the club …
by: Maria Torres — Los Angeles Times 13 Oct
He has fit right in with the Astros after being traded to Houston from the Angels.
by: H. T. Ennis — SB Nation: Halos Heaven 13 Oct
Clayton Kershaw takes on Christian Yelich and the Brewers. The Brew Crew throw their smattering of relievers at the Dodgers.
by: N/A — MLB: Angels 13 Oct
PEORIA, Ariz. -- Jahmai Jones had a perfect day at the plate on Friday, reaching base in all five trips to the plate and belting his first homer of the Arizona Fall League season to lead the Mesa Solar Sox to an 8-0 win over the Peoria Javelinas. Jones,..
by: Jeff Fletcher — Orange Country Register 13 Oct
Hyde, a Long Beach State product, has spent the last five seasons with the Chicago Cubs. He is one of at least 10 candidates for the Angels managerial spot.
by: natetrop — The Sports Daily: Angels Win 12 Oct
Point/Counterpoint – Handicapping the Next Angels’ Manager By Nate Trop and Glen McKee, Unprofessional Gamblers For the first time since before I (Glen) started shaving my head, the An…