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Monkey with a Halo:
The MWAH prospect countdown marches on with yet another left-handed reliever but one who hasn't even thrown a pitch in the Angels organization yet.
Position: Relief Pitcher Highest Level: Triple-A
Throws: Left Height: 6'2" Weight: 220 lbs.
Age: 27 Born: 7/13/85
2012 Season Stats
Triple-A: 67.1 IP, 3-2, 8 SV, 2.54 ERA, 59 H, 32 BB, 8 HR, 73 SO, 0.61 GO/AO, 4.05 FIP, .297 BABIP
Fastball – B-. It isn’t necessarily Sisk’s velocity that makes his fastball a good pitch. It generally sits at 90-91 mph, but Sisk’s deceptive delivery, the movement of the ball, the aggressiveness with which he uses it and his ability to spot it wherever he wants. Sisk won’t overpower hitters, but he will induce his fair share of batted balls that aren’t squared up, especially against lefties.
Off-speed Pitches – B-. Sisk offers a very good change-up. He uses the same arm angle, and while his arm speed slows down slightly, his deceptive delivery pr
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THAT'S A HUGE FISH!
Over the weekend we noticed that Mike Trout, his family, and most importantly his girlfriend Jessica Cox were heading to Key West for a little vacation. They seem like a rather tame bunch so we weren’t expecting much, especially with the whole family joining them. We checked his Twitter account this morning anyways, just doing our due dilligence, and what we saw was even better...
Every offseason you've been accustomed to our long winded season preview of the Los Angeles Angels -- and while you're still going to get one from AngelsWin.com in the upcoming weeks -- here's a different twist on what's to come from the Los Angeles Angels in 2013, from Rafael Rodriguez - AngelsWin.com's Video Producer.
Baseball fans have been waiting for the day when Mike Trout would come back from an ocean expedition with a giant aquatic animal at the end of a pole.
It would be a day for wordplay and wittiness, of puns and potshots. What else can you ask for when you have a great outfielder named Trout?
But alas, Trout has caught his first fish, and it’s so big that we can only tip our hats...
Ladies and Gentlemen, here are the winners of our 'Best Of 2012' series voted on by the fans and members at AngelsWin.com. A GREAT job all around to everyone involved and BIG thank you to all you who participated in the voting. There was incredible moments and contributions from our writing staff this past here. Here's some of the best of 2012 below.
The Angels avoided arbitration with pitcher Jerome Williams on Tuesday, agreeing to terms with the right-hander on a 2-million contract for 2013.
Four other Angels -- pitchers Jason Vargas, Tommy Hanson and Kevin Jepsen and third baseman Alberto Callaspo -- filed for salary arbitration Tuesday and are set to exchange figures Friday. If the team and players can't come to terms...
By Gregory Bird - AngelsWin.com Columnist
Can our new number two hitter be as productive as Hunter was for the Halos last year? Can the Angels fill the hole left by Torii’s departure or will it be a black hole? How can the Angels maximize their production and fulfill their preseason billing as the most dynamic offense in the Majors? In trying to tackle this I discovered it was...
Jason WhitneyMike’s last name, “Trout” is very apropos for what appears to be fun hobby for the young stud outfielder. Trout’s girlfriend, Jessica Tara Cox tweeted a picture of the massive fish the Trout family reeled in! I’ve never heard of a Goliath Grouper, but that’s a fish I’m staying away from. Look at the size of this thing!
In the second picture Mike’s brother...
I caught one T…
Angels phenom Mike Trout, the reigning AL rookie of the year and MVP runner-up, will skip the World Baseball Classic to focus on spring training, his agent told the Los Angeles Times on Sunday. In the mean time, he’s been fishing with girlfriend Jessica Tara Cox. Hopefully Trout will skip the sophomore slump this season..-TO
Angels’ Mike Trout Halo’s His Fans...
Right-hander Jerome Williams has avoided arbitration with the Los Angeles Angels on Tuesday, agreeing to a one-year deal.
The veteran went 6-8 with a 4.58 ERA for the Angels last season, making 15 starts and spending long stretches in the bullpen.
Williams likely will start the season as a long reliever for Los Angeles this spring, with Jered Weaver, C.J. Wilson and new arrivals...
Is it just me, or does it seem as if Mark Trumbo is destined to find himself in the hot seat every off-season? At this time last year there were questions floating about regarding Mark Trumbo and his ability to play third base every day. Mark Trumbo proved his critics right, playing terrible defense at the hot corner for only 8 games before finding refuge in the outfield. Trumbo...
After a quick glance at the Top 15 list it should be fairly clear that this is one of the weakest minor league systems in Major League Baseball. Poor drafts (mainly due to lost draft picks from free agent acquisitions) and trades have decimated the system, which has almost no starting pitcher depth to speak of.
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The January 15th, 2013 edition of daily news for the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim including Angels announce spring training invitees, Trout catches 550-pound fish and much more...
The Story: The Angels released their full list of non-roster invitees for training camp.
The Monkey Says: Most of them were already known, none of them are very exciting. Luis Rodriguez and Brendan...
I saw this picture on BustedCoverage the other day. Mike Trout just living the life man. The guy is the best player in professional baseball and now he’s taking the fishing world on by storm. Trout better be careful about reeling in 550 lb fish – he’ll be rumors of steroids before the sun comes up.
The Single-A affiliate of the Los Angeles Angels are rolling out a tasty promotion this season.On Friday, April 5, the Inland 66ers will hold Farewell to Twinkies Night on the heels of the announcement that Hostess is shutting down their operations.The organization has also extended an offer to actor Woody Harrelson, who in 2009, starred as the Twinkie obsessed Tallahassee in the...
Mike DiGiovanna of the Los Angeles times reports that reigning American League Rookie of the Year and MVP runner-up Mike Trout will not accept an invitation from the United States officials to play in the World Baseball Classic. Even more telling, the source was his agent:
[Trout's Agent Craig] Landis said that Trout “just wanted a regular spring-training preparation,”...