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  1. SoCalSportsFan

    Keeping the Faith

    Saw on Twitter a little while ago. At least we can keep the Faith in the Angels!
  2. Tonight we almost weren't allowed to park at tonight's game because our 2003 Honda Odyssey has an advertising wrap for our business. We have been season ticket holders for 13 years and have been driving this van to the stadium with a wrap since 2009. We live in Palm Springs and have 3 boys, 2 large dogs, and stay at the beach when we go to games. We HAVE to take our van to fit everyone and everything we need. Tonight we were stopped at the parking booth, the attendant called over his supervisor, and his supervisor told us we couldn't park in the stadium lot because we had a wrap on our van. The only reason they let us in was we made lots of noise that we are season ticket holders. They told us to "park close to the cars next to us", so the City of Anaheim wouldn't see the wrap. We've been debating whether or not to renew our season tickets, and this will probably seal the deal on giving up our seats.
  3. MIAMI — The Angels, Blue Jays and Royals are the three teams that have at least mentioned Marlins second baseman Dee Gordon, sources tell FanRag Sports. https://www.fanragsports.com/mlb/marlins/heyman-teams-checking-dee-gordon-marlins-listen/
  4. Projected Lineup: 3B Escobar RF Calhoun CF Trout DH Pujols 1B Cron LF Maybin 2B Espinosa SS Simmons C Maldonado P Nolasco Go Angels!!
  5. Thoughts on the bullpen As the season inches closer there are still jobs to be won, especially in the bullpen. The Angels figure to go 7 arms strong to start the season, and with Angels closer Huston Street who is expected to start the season on the DL these are the 7 names I expect you will see on the opening day roster. Cam Bedrosian: Cam is one of the few locks to crack the bullpen. He's lining up to be the closer to start the season. Cam made a meteoric jump between the 2015 and 2016 season, in 2015 he sported a 5.40 ERA in 33.1 IP. Let's jump to 2016 in 40.1 IP he surrendered just a 1.12 ERA while also racking up 51 strikeouts. He's always been labeled as the next great closer in a long line of amazing Angels closers. Let's see if he can live up to it, the opportunity will be there. Andrew Bailey:The Angels are used to seeing Andrew Bailey not only in an Angel uniform, but also as an Oakland A. The former rookie of the year came to the Angels late last year as a waiver claim, and boy did he impress. He looked like he was back in 2009-10 form. Although it was a small sample size 11.1 IP he only gave up 3 earned runs. If he comes in and picks up where he left off he will be vitale to the Angels in late inning situations. Jose Alvarez: The Angels stole Jose Alvarez from the Detroit Tigers in 2014 in exchange for utility infielder Andrew Romine. Alvarez who once was starter was converted to the bullpen, and that move sure did payoff. Alvarez will be tasked as the lefty specialist for Mike Scioscia, the good thing about Jose is that he can also give you length as well. Jose had a 3.45 ERA in 57.1 IP in 2016. I expect he will be called in to face the Cano's, Seager's, and Odor's late in the game. Blake Parker: Blake Parker was an underdog to make the bullpen at the start of spring, but as each day goes by he impresses more and more. The non-roster invite has struck out a whopping 15 batters in 9.1 IP and is currently rocking a 0.96 ERA this spring. Parker who is 31 had a 4.67 ERA in 2016 between the Yankees and Mariners. He had a hectic winter bouncing from team to team, he went from getting claimed by the Angels then going to the Brewers, he never made a pitch for the Brewers, then got claimed by the Angels again. Hopefully he takes his masterful spring to the regular season and finds a home in this Angels bullpen. JC Ramirez: The Nicaraguan fire baller has electric stuff. The Angels initial plans at the beginning of spring training was to make him a starter but it more and more looks like he will be securing a spot in the bullpen. Ramirez was claimed in June 2016 off waivers from the Reds, it looks like Angels found another steal off the waiver wire. Ramirez had a 2.91 ERA in 46.1 IP with the Angels. With Ramirez getting stretched out this spring he bring versatility to the bullpen you can use him as an innings eater and even throw him out there in high leverage situations. Yusmeiro Petit: The seasoned Venezuela veteran has been pitching professionally for 16 years now. He's coming off a not so great season with the Nationals having a 4.50 ERA in 62 IP. He too brings versatility to the pen having also been a starter in his career. He looks to be in great form as of now though with a 0.75 ERA this spring in 12 IP. Petit's best season came with the Giants in 2014 he came out of the bullpen and had a 3.69 ERA in a 117 IP. He also picked up a world series ring with them that season as well. Bud Norris: Last but not least is good ole Bud Norris. Bud who came into this spring competing for the 5th starter job essentially lost that to Jesse Chavez. That said, if there’s an injury to a starter in the rotation, Bud will most likely be the first to get the call. Bud will figure to be the long man out of the bullpen from the onset. He hasn’t had an awful spring at all, posting a 3.48 ERA in 10.1 IP this spring. Bud was once upon a time a highly touted prospect in the Astros system, he has since bounced around from the Astros, Orioles, Dodgers and even made a stop in San Diego. Bud was most effective last season while with the Atlanta Braves where in 70.1 IP he posted a 4.22 ERA. Hopefully he can have the type of success that he had in 2011 & 2014 and be great innings eater.
  6. http://www.ebay.com/itm/1992-CA-Angels-MLB-Signed-Baseball-Tim-Salmon-DiSarcina-etc-/172576070808?
  7. Going into the season and shortly thereafter they lost Darvish (their ace), Holland their #2 and Harrison their #3/4 starters in the rotation. They battled through a miserable first half, then turned it on in the second half with solid offense, a great bullpen and below average SP, before they traded for Cole Hamels. Arte will undoubtedly have to fix this mess if we're hanging in there like a hair in a biscuit come June/July, and acquire a top arm like Hamels. In the meantime, we just need to stick around and battle. Have a little optimism, even though the outlook looks awful. Or not, and we'll see you sometime midway in the 2017 season.
  8. Hey guys just signed up to this forum but I have been going to Angels games since I was a toddler. I live in Las Vegas and make it to about four or five games every season in Anaheim. This year on Sunday the 13th I'm hosting a big family reunion with about 35 people that we're planning around the Angels and Ducks game that day. We already have tickets for both games but I'm just worried about parking. Our plan was to do some tailgating early in the morning, go to the Angels game at 12:30 then go to the Ducks game across the street at 5:30. My question is do you know of any all day parking spots within walking distance of Angels stadium? I'm worried about being late for the Ducks game if we move our cars from Angel Stadium to Honda Center with all the traffic. And with so many of us being there we'd like to do a little tailgating before the Angels game and I know Angel Stadium frowns upon that. I'm pretty sure Angels parking wouldn't let us leave our cars there until the end of the Ducks game right? Appreciate any advice. Thanks.
  9. I met Rob Goldman at the Angels Win Fanfest in Arizona, but I didn't pick up his new book, Nolan Ryan: The Making of a Pitcher. It looks like I'll be able to change that this weekend. He's doing a signing this weekend at the Barnes & Noble in Orange. I'm not sure if any of you live in the area, but I figured I'd let everyone know. According to the website, the event is on Saturday April, 5 at 1pm. I also called the store to see if they'll have his other book, Once They Were Angels, and they will. I've read that book and it's a fantastic read. Here's a link with more information http://store-locator.barnesandnoble.com/event/4681943
  10. Someone on Twitter suggested to Jon, Kendrick to the Tigers for Doug Fister. I'd do that in an instant. Thoughts?
  11. Chuckster70

    Ryan Madson

    From the album: Ryan Madson's Rehab with IE 66ers

    © Photo by Jeremy Long

  12. Chuckster70

    Ryan Madson

    From the album: Ryan Madson's Rehab with IE 66ers

    © Photo by Jeremy Long

  13. Chuckster70

    Ryan Madson

    From the album: Ryan Madson's Rehab with IE 66ers

    © Photo by Jeremy Long

  14. rick99gtp

    Josh Hamilton Tonight

    How many times will Josh hamilton get plunked tonight?
  15. Katie

    Friday 3/15/13

    From the album: Spring Training 2013

    © KRB