Tag Archives: Andrew Bailey

Latest On the Doug Fister Signing

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UPDATE: CONTRACT DETAILS Fister will be paid a salary of $1.75 million upon being called to the Majors. In the minors he will receive $100,000. Both are pro-rated based on service time. If he makes 20 starts, he could receive up to an additional $1 million in incentives, and up to $200,000 for 45 relief appearances. There is also an opt-out… Read more »

Andrew Bailey Transferred to 60-Day DL

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.@Angels sign RHP Doug Fister, option him to Class A Inland Empire; transfer RHP Andrew Bailey to 60-day DL. — MLBRosterMoves (@MLBRosterMoves) May 20, 2017 The corresponding move to the Doug Fister signing didn’t happen until the Angels officially announced the move two days after it was originally reported. Andrew Bailey was transferred to the 60-day disabled list to make room… Read more »

Cam Bedrosian Placed on 10-Day DL; Other Moves

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Today the #Angels have made the following transactions: pic.twitter.com/8HcXBJO9tE — Angels (@Angels) April 22, 2017 Apparently Cam Bedrosian suffered his groin strain some time in between his outing on Friday night and workouts on Saturday afternoon. He had 0.00 ERA. So did Andrew Bailey. Now both are on the DL. Bud Norris earned his first Major League save in the… Read more »

Andrew Bailey Placed on 10-Day Disabled List

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The #Angels placed RHP Andrew Bailey on the DL with right shoulder inflammation. Daniel Wright recalled. — Jeff Fletcher (@JeffFletcherOCR) April 12, 2017 Bailey had an ERA of 0.00 and was continuing his resurgence from late last season after the Angels signed him. Unfortunately, this is the same shoulder the righty had surgery on in 2013. Perhaps it’s merely a… Read more »

The No-Hitter That Didn’t Count

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That, Angels fans, is the score sheet from the no-hitter the club threw against the Seattle Mariners on Friday, March 24, 2017 in front of 6,895 fans at Tempe Diablo Stadium. The temperature was 78 degrees. And this was a Spring Training game. So it didn’t count. Still, a fluky thing happened that night. Something was in the water. The air was different…. Read more »

Angels Official Podcast: Who Will Close?

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Click the thumbnail above and you will be taken to the Angels Official Podcast at MLB.com where reporters discuss the current state of players, coaches, executives, etc. In the latest episode, Alyson Footer talks with other writers about Huston Street and who will close in his absence.

Andrew Bailey Didn’t Know He Was a Free Agent!

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Eight years after making his Major League debut, reliever Andrew Bailey went into the offseason expecting another arbitration. The former World Champion with the 2013 Red Sox had signed a minor league deal with the Angels last August, and was ending his run of 43 2/3 strong innings in the club’s merry-go-round of a bullpen. And right at the end of September, the right-hander had finally… Read more »

Eppler’s Domain: Bailey, DL, Rasmus, Second Base

For the past several years, Andrew Bailey was a reliever I had wanted the Angels to get to help address their bullpen woes that have been their biggest weakness on the field since 2010. Unfortunately, that didn’t happen, and the former 2009 Rookie of the Year stepped into the injury abyss. He wasn’t heard from much for a few years,… Read more »

Angels Week In Review: August 29 – September 4, 2016

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Angels Week In Review: August 29 – September 4, 2016 Week Start: 56-74, 5th AL West (Div E#12, WC E#18) Week End: 61-75, 4th AL West (Div E#6, WC E#14) Week W-L: 5-1 The Angels came off an impressive road trip last week where they took 4 out of their 6 games in Toronto & Detroit and came home for… Read more »

Angels Insiders: Shoe, Pujols, Meyer, Additions

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The Bearded One got quite a scare on Sunday as a line drive from Kyle Seager came right back and knocked Matt Shoemaker in the right side of his head. Shoe never lost consciousness as he stumbled off the mound and then fell to his knees. But a laceration at the point of impact was a quick cause for concern,… Read more »