Who had the most valuable career in Angels history? The top position player will not surprise you, but the top pitcher might.
by: N/A — MLB: Angels 7 Jun
The Angels finished the three-day draft after selecting 40 players, including 25 from college and 14 from high schools. They drafted 29 pitchers, 10 position players and one two-way player. The Halos selected 22 players from the southern region of the...
by: TYLER KEPNER — NY Times 4 Jun
Moore, who was picked first in 1981 by Seattle, will represent the Mariners in Monday’s draft as a rare success story among pitchers taken No. 1 overall.
by: Scott Boeck — USA Today 3 Jun
With the Detroit Tigers set to kick off the 40-round Major League Baseball draft on Monday, we rank the top 25 No. 1 overall selections.
by: Frederic_Henry — SB Nation: Athletics Nation 1 Jun
A’s Coverage: Game #57: A’s ride Mengden gem, Matt Trick to victory... McDonald: A’s Manaea dilemma — fix the problems, but don’t think about it... Lockard: Lazarito enjoying his first full-season...
by: N/A — MLB: Rangers 24 May
Bartolo Colon turned 45 today. At an age when most successful players have been retired long enough to be eligible for the Hall of Fame, Colon is still going strong. In 10 games (eight starts) for the Rangers this season, the right-hander has a 3.51 ERA..
Gammons: Mitch Moreland, one of the nicest players in Cape Cod League history, is making his mark in Boston – The Athletic
by: Peter Gammons — The Athletic 21 May
Mitch Moreland's nice-guy mentality has made him beloved not only in Boston, but in Cape Cod, where he spent a summer in 2006. It's also made him better, and more valuable, as a player.
by: The Associated Press — Yahoo Sports 21 May
Daniel Robertson grew up watching games at Angel Stadium and was in the stands when the Los Angeles Angels won the World Series in 2002. Coming back home with the Tampa Bay Rays, Robertson could not have conceived the Big A would be the site of his first.