Found December 03, 2011 on
LA Angels Insider:
By now, most of you already know that Jeffrey Stephen Mathis is no longer an Anaheim Angel. Yes, you can scream up and down and be thankfully that DiPoto finally made that move that most of you wanted into a reality. The truth is, we have a bigger ordeal on our hands. No, it's not Mills +8 ERA. It's the women. THE WOMEN ARE HURTING YOU GUYS!!
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The Angels made a huge move this morning, acquiring Houston Astros manager Brad Mills. No, not really, but they did pick up Brad Mills from the Blue Jays.
What did it take to get the lefty with a lifetime ERA of 8.57? It only took a guy with a lifetime batting average of .194. Yes, Angels fans, Jeff Mathis is now a Toronto Blue Jay.
Mathis career in an Angels uniform is now over...
The Los Angeles Angels have traded catcher Jeff Mathis to the Toronto Blue Jays for left-hander Brad Mills.
The Angels made the deal on Saturday to get rid of the light-hitting Mathis, who led the club with 79 starts behind the plate last season.
The Angels acquired catcher Chris Iannetta from Colorado last Wednesday.
Although Mathis is a strong defensive catcher, he batted just...
The Los Angeles Angels traded catcher Jeff Mathis to the Toronto Blue Jays on Saturday for left-hander Brad Mills.
Although Mathis is a strong defensive catcher, he batted just .174 with three homers and 22 RBIs in 2011. He is batting .194 with 26 homers since starting his major league career in 2007.
Mathis said he is excited to work with Toronto's pitching staff.
Christmas just came early for Angel fans as news breaks that the Angels have traded Jeff Mathis, easily one of the most maligned players in franchise history, to Toronto for lefty pitcher Brad Mills.
After acquiring catcher Chris Iannetta earlier this week, the writing was on the wall that Mathis' reign of terror would be coming to an end, but to see that it is now official...
Things are moving along quite smartly this offseason, as the Angels unloaded Jeff Mathis for LHP Brad Mills to Toronto, which means the Halos have managed to trade both their 2010 receivers to the same team. Mills was actually fairly interesting in the lower minors, but he spent three years at AAA posting uninspiring numbers (4.32 ERA with a 21-23 record, 7.8 K/9, 2.63 K/BB). If...
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The December 5th, 2011 edition of daily news for the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim including reactions to the Mathis trade, Angels pursuing closer Ryan Madson, make an offer to C.J. Wilson and much ...
The Angels on Saturday announced the club has acquired left-handed pitcher Brad Mills from the Toronto Blue Jays in exchange for catcher Jeff Mathis.
Three days after trading for catcher Chris Iannetta, the Los Angeles Angels found a landing place for light-hitting catcher Jeff Mathis, trading him to the Toronto Blue Jays in exchange for left-handed pitcher Brad Mills.
In brief - none of us have any idea what AA is gonna do.Full stop.His public comments suggest:1. a trade is much more likely than a free agent2. he's almost certainly not going to sign either Pujols or Fielder3. If a reporter tell you he's "in on" someone, he's almost certainly NOT.4. if they tell you a deal is basically done, it probably is.5. he's much...
The Los Angeles Angels traded catcher Jeff Mathis to the Toronto Blue Jays on Saturday for left-hander Brad Mills. Although Mathis is a...