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Author: Chuck Richter

Four More Moves The Los Angeles Angels Need to Make: 2018 Midseason Edition

By: Chuck Richter | June 20, 2018 By Tres Hefter, AngelsWin.com Contributor Piggybacking off this thread from the winter…with so many threads jumping up each day on different bullpen trade ideas, I thought it might be a good time to create one centralized “What would you do?” thread for all to post their ideas in. We’re still 6 weeks out from the trade deadline, but signs point to an earlier than usual trade market developing this year, and the Angels certainly are in a position where they may need to move sooner rather than later to stay in the race. Needs and...

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Why Mike Trout Might Be the Most Dominant Player Ever

By: Chuck Richter | June 18, 2018 By Jonathan Northrop, AngelsWin.com Contributor What I’m about to share with you is so mind-blowing that it is worth its own thread outside of the Troutstanding one. Let me take you for a journey… I went through every seven-year span in baseball history, from 1871-77 to the current one, 2012-18, and looked at WAR leaders over those seven year stretches. Why seven years? Because that is how long Trout has been a major league regular, so it encapsulates the fullness of his career thus far. I then compared the WAR leader to...

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Why Mike Trout Might Be the Most Dominant Player Ever

By: Chuck Richter | June 18, 2018 By Jonathan Northrop, AngelsWin.com Contributor What I’m about to share with you is so mind-blowing that it is worth its own thread outside of the Troutstanding one. Let me take you for a journey… I went through every seven-year span in baseball history, from 1871-77 to the current one, 2012-18, and looked at WAR leaders over those seven year stretches. Why seven years? Because that is how long Trout has been a major league regular, so it encapsulates the fullness of his career thus far. I then compared the WAR leader to...

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Los Angeles Angels Midseason Minor League Update

By: Chuck Richter | June 7, 2018 Here’s a midseason snapshot of what the Angels prospects and minor league depth have done to this point of the season. STARTING PITCHERS Jose Suarez (20, LHP, A+/AA/AAA): 11 GS, 47.1 IP, 46 H, only 1 HR allowed, 15 walks, 75 strikeouts (14.3 K/9!), 1.29 WHIP, 2.85 ERA Griffin Canning (21, RHP, A+/AA): 10 GS, 44.2 IP, only 20 hits allowed, 2 HR allowed, 21 walks, 51 strikeouts, 0.92 WHIP, 1.21 ERA – 2018 AA All-Star John Lamb (27, LHP, AAA): 12 GS, 46 IP, 46 hits allowed, 12 walks, 51 strikeouts, 1.26 WHIP, 3.72 ERA Luis...

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