If the Angels don't make any more offseason moves, how would you rate the job Reagins has done. I think/hope that he must have a grand plan that includes more than just this but according to Tony, "We're in good shape," Reagins said. "If the season opened tomorrow, I'd be happy where we are."
I, for one, would not be satisfied. I like the Cabrera trade, but I don't agree with the Hunter deal, unless it leads to another trade to free up some of the outfield logjam. The #1 priority this offseason was to get power out of 3rd, and so far, we have not addressed that need. I would actually like another power arm in the pen, but I don't view that as an absolute necessity.
If Reagins does have a grand plan that includes more moves, he has pot committed himself to execute that plan. I'm hoping his quote is just posturing to get our potential trade partners to lower the price. However, given the current make up of the team, and despite him saying this gives us more options, he's actually painted himself into a corner where he has to make another move.
So I ask you, if the season started without any more moves being made, how would you rate Tony's first offseason as GM?