Archive for the 'Angels' Category

They’ve played at least enough games this season to make some silly assumptions

How to spend half a decade wasting big money

Can six weeks of performance overcome years of inertia?

Every event big and small has an impact on the season.

THT’s soothsayers foretell this year’s standings and award winners.

After betting big before the 2012 season and subsequently going bust, the Angels have chosen to double down for 2013.

What can 2012’s super-rookie possibly do for an encore?

The A’s rode two platoons to their 2012 AL West title. Are platoons the new Moneyball, and is platooning predictable?

Josh Hamilton is one-part Guerrero and one-part Olivo.

Josh Hamilton just took everything we knew about a tight upcoming division race and turned it upside-down.

In the middle of this year’s playoffs, the first of the new format, Richard looks back on which teams were most dominant during the days of just one wild card

The latest in the business of baseball.

Can Oakland hang on, or will Anaheim finally live up to its expectations?

The A’s have played their way into the fight for the divisional title.

Taking a look at some of the best sell-high candidates in fantasy

Billy Martin’s and George Brett’s day of infamy had its beginnings eight years earlier

The division still has two divisions.

Looking at starting pitcher value through the lens of an expected wins formula

The 20-year-old rookie is certainly making his case.

No surprise: Texas’ success. Big surprise: Pujols and the Angels in a funk.