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The Jered Weaver that I was afraid of coming into the season showed up against the Brewers

The scary Road Weaver showed up for the first time in 2016, and it did not end well. Brewers beat Angels 8-5. Angels 5  Brewers 8 Coming into the season, some Angels fans were very worried about Jered Weaver. I count myself among those that had seen the decline of his fastball over the years, and who had tracked his continued troubles whenever pitching away from his Big A stomping...
Via Halos Heaven
3 days ago

Final: Jered Weaver stumbles in fifth inning, Angels fall to Brewers, 8-5

MILWAUKEE – A nice, tidy ballgame for Jered Weaver exploded on him in one messy inning. The Angels veteran pitched four scoreless innings but then gave up four in the fifth inning of the Angels’ 8-5 loss to the Milwaukee Brewers on Monday night....
Via The OC Register
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Roenicke returns to Milwaukee as Weaver faces Crew

Ron Roenicke, in his first season back as the Angels' third-base coach, was dismissed as Milwaukee's manager right around this time last year, ending a relationship that lasted a little more than four seasons. Roenicke and the Angels visit Miller Park on Monday, with Jered Weaver opposing the Brewers' best starter thus far, Jimmy Nelson.
4 days ago

Los Angeles Angels: Return of the Dream Weaver

Thursday, the Angels played their final game of the series in Chicago against the White Sox. The Halos had dropped the previous two games, losing 5-0 in the Tuesday, and 2-1 last night after almost mounting a comeback. The Angels will head back home Thursday night after splitting the series in Chicago, and will return to face King Felix and the Mariners. The biggest takeaway from...
14 days ago  |  Discuss

Final: Jered Weaver pitches Angels to victory over White Sox

CHICAGO – Jered Weaver is making his point. A couple weeks after Weaver guaranteed not only that he will again pitch effectively, but will regain some velocity, he showed both in the Angels’ 3-2 victory over the Chicago White Sox on Thursday...
Via The OC Register
14 days ago  |  Discuss

Jered Weaver gets disrespected by Twins' scoreboard

Jered Weaver is one of the softest throwing pitchers in baseball. Apparently the Minnesota Twins’ scoreboard programmer/operator did not get that memo. Weaver started for the Angels in their game Saturday at Target Field, and his fastball velocity was down just like it has been since spring training. According to Angels reporter Pedro Moura, Weaver was in the 81-82 mph range with...
Via Larry Brown Sports
19 days ago  |  Discuss

Return of veteran Weaver propels Los Angeles Angels

The Los Angeles Angels started this season 1-4 and then on the seventh day Jered Weaver made his return to the rotation. After rehabbing nagging neck and arm injuries throughout Spring Training, Weaver returned Sunday fired up and ready to prove his critics wrong. He tossed six innings, giving up six hits, one walk, and one earned run. He also added four strikeouts and finished with...
21 days ago  |  Discuss

MRI on Jered Weaver’s neck reveals nerve tightening

The final year of Jered Weaver’s contract with the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim is already off to a rocky start. According to a report by Pedro Moura of the Los Angeles Times on Friday, an MRI taken on Weaver’s neck revealed nerve tightening. At the moment, however, the righthander is not being shut down and will meet with a doctor to gather more information. Jered Weaver...
Via Larry Brown Sports
March 11, 2016  |  Discuss

Another Year of the Jered Weaver Experiment

At this point it’s safe to call it a spring tradition: Eyebrows get raised in response to Jered Weaver‘s underwhelming velocity, and Weaver tells the media he doesn’t care. There’s nothing wrong with Weaver’s reaction, because he is more of a command pitcher, and he knows he’ll be fine if he locates. I’m sure he’s beyond tired of this repeating conversation. But from...
Via Fangraphs
March 10, 2016  |  Discuss

Jered Weaver reportedly topped out at 81 mph in spring game

Jered Weaver was once a very valuable pitcher for the LA Angels. Now he has fans counting down the days until his contract expires. Entering 2016, Weaver has experienced a drop in average fastball velocity in five consecutive seasons. It looks like we’ll be making that six straight years. The LA Times’ Pedro Moura reports that Weaver topped out at 81 mph in his spring training...
Via Larry Brown Sports
March 09, 2016  |  Discuss

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