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Reliever Jason Bulger heads a list of 13 players in the Angels' organization who have been granted Minor League free agency by Major League Baseball.
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Former major league catcher Scott Servais has agreed to become an assistant general manager with the Los Angeles Angels.
The team said Friday that Servais agreed to a multiyear deal, and his duties include scouting and player development. He will report to new general manager Jerry Dipoto.
Servais had been senior director of player development with the Texas Rangers since 2005...
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So, the strongest earthquake in the recorded history of Oklahoma rumbled throughout the Midwest on Saturday night. Folks felt it in such places as Kansas City, St. Louis and Dallas. Among those affected was Los Angeles...
The MLB Movember Mustache Madness Wild Card bracket is only getting wilder. Since most owners are viewed as villainous characters, it is only fair that two of them grow some villainous mustaches.
He doesn't own the Braves any more, but his weird, snowy white pencil mustache lives on in infamy.
Moreno made some waves with his comments about...
Erick Aybar was far from home, in the Far East, when he learned that he was a Rawlings Gold Glove Award winner for the first time. The Angels' shortstop was overwhelmed when the news arrived.
Angels outfielder Mike Trout who is ranked No. 1 on MLB.com's Top 50 Prospects List, knows he is not a finished product yet, but he's confident he will be one soon.
The Angels have agreed to terms with former major league catcher Scott Servais on a multi-year contract to become assistant general manager of scouting and player development.