Jose Alvarez optioned to Salt Lake. RHP Josh Wall recalled. #Angels
— Angels PR (@LAAngelsPR) April 18, 2014
Rotation depth has been a problem for the Angels for what seems like forever, but things had been looking particularly dire headed into this year. Then, lo and behold, the Tigers saw fit to send Jose Alvarez on over to Anaheim. He’s hardly a savior but he is something… right?
The March 24th, 2014 edition of daily news for the Los Angeles Angels including Romine traded for Alvarez, Pena, Tracy and Torrealba released and much more...
The Story: The Angels traded IF Andrew Romine for LHP Jose Alvarez.
The Monkey Says: This was a very nice mover from Dipoto. Romine is out of options and appeared to be losing the battle for the reserve infielder job...
From Alden Gonzalez of MLB.com: The Anaheim Angels converted an out-of-options utility infielder into some much-needed starting-pitching depth today, when Andrew Romine was traded to the Detroit Tigers for 24-year-old left-hander Jose Alvarez.
The Tigers were in desperate need of infield coverage now that shortstop Jose Iglesias may miss the entire 2014 season with a stress...
The Tigers acquired a shortstop Friday and it was not Stephen Drew.
Needing to shore up the position now that they know Jose Iglesias will miss four to six months with stress fractures in both legs, the Tigers traded left-hander Jose Alvarez to the Los Angeles Angels for Andrew Romine.
Romine played in 47 games with the Los Angeles Angels in 2013, hitting .259 with nine runs scored...
The Detroit Tigers acquired Andrew Romine from the Los Angeles Angels for left-handed pitcher Jose Alvarez on Friday, filling the hole left by Jose Iglesias.
Romine is a career .250 batter with a .958 fielding percentage and a .1 career-WAR. Likely a depth move for the organization on the infield, the Tigers paid a pretty hefty price in Alvarez for a middle-infielder who has never...