Could Sherman Johnson Make The Angels Roster?

The Angels could have a sleeper slugger in Spring Training. Infielder Sherman Johnson has an invited to camp with the Halos, and could potentially grab a bench role on the team. The 26-year-old infielder Sherman Johnson is ready to take the next step in 2017. After a strong campaign in 2016, it’s time to see what he can offer the Major League organization. The Angels invited Johnson...
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4 days ago

Top Angels Prospect Performances, 2016

2016 was a very down year for the farm. A very, very down year. Sherman Johnson still showed up. In terms of player performance, 2016 was the roughest year in memory on the Halos’ farm. Below is a chart showing the distribution of players accumulating two or more wins above replacement for the system over the last seven years (quick trivia: who was the six-WAR player back in...
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4 days ago Top 30 Prospects Update: #30 Sherman Johnson

Prospect: Sherman Johnson - Rank: 30 2015/16: 17            Position(s): 2B, 3B, SS, LF Level: AAA                 Age: Entering Age 26 season in 2017. Height: 5'10”              Weight: 190 lb. Present -  Future  Hitting Ability: 45 - 50 Power: 45 - 50 Baserunning: 55 - 55 Patience: 60 - 60 Fielding: 60 - 60 Arm: 50 - 50 Overall...
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December 11, 2016

Sherman Johnson Wasn’t Selected in the Rule 5 Draft

Sherman Johnson, seen here beginning a terrific double play, wasn’t selected in the Rule 5 draft. The purpose of this post is to notify the right-thinking members of the public that, contradictory to what “sense” and “reason” would appear to dictate, that Angels infielder and future major-leaguer Sherman Johnson was not selected in baseball’s Rule 5 draft this morning...
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December 08, 2016  |  Discuss

Second base prospect Sherm Johnson learns from adversity

SALT LAKE CITY – Sherman Johnson was used to clawing for every morsel of success on the baseball diamond. Natural ability, hard work and an instinct for the game had always seen him through. It was how a 5-foot-10 second baseman who didn’t earn a...
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May 18, 2016  |  Discuss

Angels Top Prospect Countdown: #17 – Sherman Johnson

Sherman Johnson In 10 words or fewer: Utility infielder lacks standout tools, but gets on base. Position: INF | Age (2016): 25Bats: L | Throws: RHeight: 5’10″ | Weight: 1902015 Rank: Unranked LEVEL PA AVG OBP SLG HR K% BB% SB BABIP wOBA AA591.204.325.314717.3%15.1%20.240.303 OFFENSE Contact – C+.  Sherman lacks the contact ability to be a true leadoff...
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January 06, 2016  |  Discuss

Angels prospects primed to be traded

This time of year, speculation can run wild, especially for teams that are buying at the trade deadline. Sure, everyone likes the fancy name that is made available by a struggling team, but beneath the surface is really where all the action is. The June draft is finally in the rearview mirror, the Angels have signed their draft picks and have started playing Rookie Ball games in...
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June 23, 2015  |  Discuss

Dennis Raben is a Beast - Weekly Prospect Hotlist (August 11 - August 17, 2014)‏

By Adrian Noche, Staff Reporter - 1. Dennis Raben, 1st Baseman, Inland Empire 66ersPast 10 games: .417 AVG  15 H  1 Double  1 Triple  6 HR  3 SBOverall: .296/.368/.586Dennis Raben is playing like a man possessed out there in the California League. The hulking first baseman’s slash line currently sits at .296/./.368/.586. However, his numbers were not always...
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August 18, 2014  |  Discuss

Professio”Nole” Athlete of the Week: Sherman Johnson

Despite the NFL preseason getting into full swing and the Major League Baseball regular season hitting the home stretch, the Professio”Nole” Athlete of the Week for the week of August 11th through the 17th comes on the minor league diamond. This week’s top professional athlete from Florida State is former FSU third baseman Sherman Johnson. For the Advanced-Class A Inland Empire...
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August 18, 2014  |  Discuss

Sherman Johnson Is Tops in This Week’s Prospect Hotlist (May 5 - May 11, 2014)

Second Baseman Sherman Johnson tops this week's Angels Prospect HotlistBy: Adrian Noche, Columnist - 1.) Sherman Johnson, 2B, Inland Empire 66ersPast 10 games: .390 AVG  16 H  4 Doubles  0 Triples  1 HR  6 SBOverall: .294/.394/.440Sherman Johnson is continuing to make his case as a future lead-off hitter for the Angels. Johnson has demonstrated above-average plate...
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May 12, 2014  |  Discuss

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