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  1. jsnpritchett

    Angels sign Will Wilson - will report to Orem

    He's slashing .251/.360/.421. Salt Lake's overall team slash is .269/.360/.471--so, yeah, not too impressive. [Cue the folks who'll chime in to talk up how he'll perform better in the majors than the minors, etc, etc. blah blah blah...]
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    The Angel Who Can't Miss

    Nice little write-up on David Fletcher from MLB Trade Rumors: https://www.mlbtraderumors.com/2019/06/the-angel-who-cant-miss.html
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    They have a 2-pack of those on sale at Trader Joe's for $7.99.
  4. I didn't see this mentioned elsewhere, so just wanted to post the other moves that were made in addition to Barria/Skaggs:
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    Skaggs to 10 day IL

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    4/13 Gameday thread 11:20 AM

    Bengie Molina.
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    4/13 Gameday thread 11:20 AM

    Pretty stupid move, in my opinion. Umpire called him safe.
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    4/13 Gameday thread 11:20 AM

    nice baserunning by Bour. I like him a lot.
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    Somewhat Forgotten Players You Miss

    I was a huge Finley fan from the day he came up. I even wrote an angry letter to the Sporting News, telling them they should be giving him more coverage than Mark Langston (this was in 1990 when the Angels made a splash with the Langston free agent signing and he had a terrible first half. They actually published it! I still have a copy somewhere... In addition to enjoying Finley as a player, I always loved hearing him in interviews. Just an easy-going, naturally funny guy.
  10. More like PROgression to the mean, given how far below it they are...
  11. While I appreciate his frankness, this article has me concerned about his overall mental well-being. He sounds like he needs help.
  12. Smith turns 28 this summer and has pitched 15 innings since 2016. Even if he's still attempting a comeback, I think we can pretty much write him off.
  13. Yes, truly laughable--though there were quite a few folks on here who bought into that narrative and thought he'd be a great addition. What a joke.