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TV ratings for first half of 2016 should give Arte Moreno nightmares

The Nielsen ratings for the first half of the 2016 season are out, and just like you'd expect, there isn't a lot of sunshine for the Angels in this report. Now, they've never exactly been a ratings juggernaut to begin with, but the already-low ratings continue to slip into some dark territory. The ratings released today are for the first half of the season, going from April 3 to...
Via Halos Heaven
5 days ago

What If Arte Moreno Had Splurged for Cespedes?

A few months ago, many Angel fans were dreaming about adding one of the premium free agent left fielders who were listening to bids this past off-season to the Halo roster, but those dreams poofed into the bitter reality of Arte Moreno’s new-found, tight-fisted, fiscal philosophy, and Halo Honks had to live with beginning the season with a Daniel Nava/Craig Gentry platoon in left...
Via Monkey with a Halo
9 days ago  |  Discuss

Details of Scott Servais clashing with Mike Scioscia revealed

Mike Scioscia’s clash with the Angels’ front office has been well documented. A few years ago it was reported that he and GM Jerry Dipoto were not getting along and that the team would have to choose between the men. Owner Arte Moreno’s solution was to keep both until things got so bad that DiPoto left his position as GM during the 2015 season. Dipoto wasn’t out of work...
Via Larry Brown Sports
October 23, 2015  |  Discuss

Halo Headlines: Angels playoff tiebreaker scenarios, Moreno reneges on parking spots

The September 24, 2015 edition of Los Angeles Angels news includes a breakdown of potential playoff tiebreakers, Arte Moreno getting stingy with parking spaces, and more… The Story: How the Angels line up in playoff tiebreakers MWAH Says: Everybody should get on board with #TeamEntropy. There’s still a (very slim) chance the club could end up in a three-way tie with the Twins...
Via Monkey with a Halo
September 24, 2015  |  Discuss

Are the Angels now the worst organization in baseball?

By Garrett Wilson Are the Angels now the worst organization in baseball? It seems almost impossible that any franchise could ever step to the Marlins and dare displace them atop the dysfunction power rankings. Yet somehow in the last six months and culminating in the resignation of Jerry Dipoto, Arte Moreno and company have shown the world that when it comes to reprehensible behavior...
Via The Outside Corner
July 03, 2015  |  Discuss

Jerry Dipoto officially steps down as Angels GM

By Vincent Frank The rocky relationship between the Los Angeles Angels and Jerry Dipoto officially came to an end on Wednesday afternoon when the general manager officially resigned. This came amid reports early Wednesday morning that there was going to be a sizable shakeup in the makeup of the Angels front office hierarchy. Dipoto’s resignation also shouldn’t come as much...
Via Sportsnaut
July 01, 2015  |  Discuss

Arte Moreno, ticket sales and CONSPIRACY!

Buried in a recent article about the nonexistent stadium lease talks between the Angels and Anaheim is information that, when combined with the report that the club anticipated ticket sales to drop, would intrigue any budding conspiracy theorist. Seeing as this is the Internet, where conspiracy lives at every corner (look out!), I thought I’d share. Entering 2015, the Angels had...
Via Monkey with a Halo
June 05, 2015  |  Discuss

Benefits of bringing Hamilton back outweigh concerns

By Ian Casselberry What are the Texas Rangers thinking in making a trade for Josh Hamilton? The question was posed to me on a radio show this week, a day after the deal in which the Angels sent Hamilton back to Texas for a player to be named later or cash considerations. The terms of the deal sound far more cold and business-like than the emotional drama that surrounded the trade...
Via The Outside Corner
April 29, 2015  |  Discuss

Hamilton: Angels knew what the risks were with signing me

By Steve DelVecchio Before the Los Angeles Angels decided to eat $68 million to basically give Josh Hamilton back to his old team, owner Arte Moreno explored ways to void the 33-year-old’s contract. To the surprise of no one, the MLB Players Association fought Moreno and won. An arbitrator ruled that the Angels could not punish Hamilton for his latest drug relapse. While many...
Via Larry Brown Sports
April 28, 2015  |  Discuss

Angels could pursue action against Josh Hamilton for violating contract

By Larry Brown Angels owner Arte Moreno told reporters Friday that the team could pursue action against Josh Hamilton for potentially violating his contract with the team by using drugs. “We have a contract with Hamilton, and in that contract, there’s specific language that he signed, and his agents approved, that said he cannot drink and use drugs,” Moreno said via Angels...
Via Larry Brown Sports
April 10, 2015  |  Discuss
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