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Category Archives: Angels
Baseball now approaches the quarter pole, and one of the early season stories has been the resurgence of Albert Pujols, following a disastrous, injury riddled 2013. Through the Angels’ first 32 games, Pujols is hitting 302/368/957, good for a … Continue reading
With approximately 25% of the 2013 season in the books, I was looking over the team stats for both the AL and the NL. The AL team stats can be found here (offense) and here (pitching). In the Junior Circuit, … Continue reading
If you are still reading after I started my blog post with the words “Joe Blanton” – thank you. And bear with me, please. I must admit, he conjures visions of the stereotypical innings eater, 5th starter on a middling … Continue reading
Brandon Wood: A Historical Perspective Brandon Wood has disappointed massively – this statement ranks as about as newsworthy as this morning’s sunrise. Once one of the most highly touted prospects in a stacked Angels organization, Wood now appears to be … Continue reading