2/12/2016 | Tom Singer's sons pay loving tribute to dad
Malvina Singer is amazingly stoic, grieving the sudden loss of her husband of nearly 43 years, Tom, our 15-year colleague at MLB.com, at 67. It has been a whirlwind of shock for the family, fortunately a far-reaching, faithful, highly supportive and positive group.
2/12/2016 | Angels relying on prospects to take big steps
The Angels need several of their own young players to take big steps forward. Here's a look at 10 key prospects, all of whom will initially work out with the Major League club in Spring Training. Starter Joey Gatto and shortstop Roberto Baldoquin are also worth monitoring, but they'll remain on the Minor League this spring.
2/11/2016 | Fans give Angels festive sendoff
The Angels celebrated "Moving Day" on Thursday, giving their Arizona-bound equipment truck a sendoff with a fan event that included autograph signing by past greats Chuck Finley and Garret Anderson plus current left-hander Tyler Skaggs.
2/11/2016 | Guerra joins Angels on Minor League pact
The Angels recently signed relief pitcher Javy Guerra, the onetime Dodgers closer, to a Minor League contract with a Spring Training invite.
2/10/2016 | Simmons leads cast of fresh faces on Angels
In his first offseason as general manager, Billy Eppler learned how to stretch a dollar. He entered the Angels' offseason with a variety of holes in the lineup, a payroll that was close to maxing out -- which in this case meant reaching the $189 million luxury-tax threshold -- and a farm system that wasn't going to be much help.
2/10/2016 | Angels deal infielder Featherston to Phillies
The Angels traded infielder Taylor Featherston to the Phillies on Wednesday for a player to be named or cash considerations. He was designated for assignment Friday after the club claimed left-hander Christian Friedrich.
2/9/2016 | Around the Horn: Rotation depth could be key
Garrett Richards, C.J. Wilson, Jered Weaver, Andrew Heaney, Hector Santiago, Matt Shoemaker, Tyler Skaggs and Nick Tropeano make up a group of eight legitimate Major League starting pitchers heading into Spring Training with the Angels.
2/9/2016 | Angels unveil 2016 promotional calendar
The Angels officially unveiled their promotional calendar on Tuesday, a slate that includes three Mike Trout-related giveaways and another attempt to set a Guinness World Record -- this time for the use of selfie sticks.
2/8/2016 | Rebounds could give Angels boost in 2016
A bevy of players -- players with good track records, in fact -- are coming off down years and are in need of a rebound. If they do bounce back, perhaps the Angels will find out that they didn't really need that shiny new left fielder or that accomplished new second baseman.
2/5/2016 | Scales hopes minorities reach new heights
Angels special assistant Bobby Scales is young enough, lucky enough, to have only heard about the plight of African-Americans secondhand. His mother grew up in Michigan and told him about how the 1967 Detroit riots took place right outside her door. His father went to segregated schools in suburban Atlanta and remembered how all his books were outdated hand-me-downs.
2/5/2016 | Angels claim Friedrich from Rockies
The Angels claimed lefty reliever Christian Friedrich from the Rockies on Friday and designated infielder Taylor Featherston for assignment to clear room on the 40-man roster. Friedrich, who is out of options, will compete for a bullpen role in Spring Training.
2/4/2016 | Garret Anderson joins 'Moving Day' roster
Former All-Star outfielder Garret Anderson will join Chuck Finley and Tyler Skaggs for "Moving Day" at Angel Stadium, the team announced Thursday.
2/3/2016 | Around the Horn: Trout, Calhoun anchor outfield
The Angels received above-average production at only one of the nine positions last year, and still they weren't mathematically eliminated until the final day of the regular season. It just goes to show how many deficiencies Mike Trout makes up for.
2/1/2016 | Around the Horn: Angels' middle infield
On one side of second base, the Angels have one of the premier defensive players in the game. On the other side, well, not so much.
2/1/2016 | Stoneman has no regrets about his run as Angels GM
In the spirit of Groundhog Day, former Angels general manager Bill Stoneman was asked about the one trade he still regrets, and he struggled to come up with an answer.