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Eppler’s Domain: Cron, Paredes, Fister

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The Angels‘ bullpen is taxed from a lot of work taking two out of three in New York. So the club called up right-handed reliever Eduardo Paredes from AAA Salt Lake. Here’s what we know about this kid, along with other moves. Paredes, 22, is possibly another hidden weapon the Halos have stashed. The Venezuelan-born hurler is their 15th best prospect in… Read more »

Doug Fister Opts Out of Angels Contract

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Because he was lit up at AAA Salt Lake. He was fine in his first start, but it didn’t go so well in his last two starts. The righty ended up with a 4.02 ERA with 10 strikeouts and a 1.34 WHIP in 15 innings. That’s not very good when you’re a Major League starter pitching in the minors. Angels… Read more »

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 »

What The Angels Can Do With The Free Agent Market

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The big question is whether or not the Angels will contend in 2017. Some say no. Some say they can if the club regroups. The argument usually arrives at the weak free agent market this offseason. Both sides have a legitimate case. On one hand, with a thin farm system, the Halos should rebuild and punt 2017 down the field…. Read more »