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… For one game. The actor/comedian announced that he would be playing every position for ten teams in one day. This publicity stunt will actually be for an upcoming HBO special. Ferrell will participate in the Angels-Cubs matchup tomorrow. Manager Mike Scioscia even said that Ferrell ‘profiles as a reliever’. MLB.com has more on this story.
Today we feature headlines from one of top Angels blogs at the Fansided network: Johnny Giavotella Making Strong First Impressions All-Angels Team: Final Unveil Check out Halo Trivia.
Here are some headlines from one of the top Angels blogs: Chuck Richter: The Homecoming of Spring Training David Saltzer: Defiant Angel – Alex Johnson Part 1 David Saltzer: Defiant Angel – Alex Johnson Part 2
Today we kick off the ‘Local Beats’ column with their latest Angels headlines: Los Angeles Times: Cam Bedrosian hopes to follow in dad’s footsteps, earn spot with Angels Angels’ Joe Smith is not nearly as common as his name Pitching adjustment is paying off for Angels’ C.J. Wilson Angels’ Garrett Richards moves closer to return from knee surgery Angels’ Matt… Read more »
We have the recap of today’s game, and other headlines from MLB.com: Swarm weather delays Royals-Angels in Tempe Mechanics adjustments paid off for Wilson in debut Recovering Richards impresses in first live session Other headlines from MLB.com: Skaggs encouraged by Harvey’s strong return The Angels are using all of their options at second base. Alden Gonzalez calls attention to how amped… Read more »
One of the sites I write for, L.A. Sports Hub, is getting back on the horse this week, and will be added as a column on the Angels Fans Unite tab bar. As with LA Angels Insider — the other site I write for — each article at LASH will be posted upon publication. However, LASH will still have it’s… Read more »
We will be adding a local news column for the LA Times and Orange County Register. This will be our Monday column, as our weeks begin there and those two outlets are the closest to the Angels clubhouse. Like the other columns (minus the daily MLB.com category), this will be a weekly post that will refresh every Monday.
Today we visit what might possibly have the best name for an Angels blog: 2015 Player Projection: Hector Santiago Determining the winner of the Angels second base competition 2015 Player Projection: C.J. Cron More headlines from MWAH: 2015 Player Projection: Huston Street Does Carlos Quentin make sense for the Angels? 2015 Player Projection: Albert Pujols 2015 Player Projection: C.J. Wilson