Baseball’s international signing period officially opened today, so we’re tracking every player the Angels have brought in
The right-handed reliever showed strong potential after making his MLB debut in 2021, years after he was signed by the Halos in 2018.
Acquired in July in the Tony Watson trade, Selman played in 18 MLB games and ended the season being DFA’d
Numerous different injuries wrecked Rendon’s second season in Anaheim
From Unwanted Ranger, To Dependable Halo; Herget Brings Stability To A Bullpen That Can Be Mostly Classified as Inconsistent
The longtime Met was one of the best defensive players on the Angels during his time in Anaheim
Buttrey abruptly retired last April, citing a lack of motivation to keep playing
Despite some very rocky stretches, Mayers had his second straight productive season in Anaheim
Acquired at the trade deadline in exchange for Andrew Heaney, Peguero could fit into the Angels future pitching core but largely struggled in his major league appearances
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The Rookie Experienced A Share Of Ups And Downs During His First Taste Of Big League Action, But There Is Alot To Like From The Left-Hander Moving Forward To 2022
"The Thing" Captivated Angels Fans And The Veteran Proved Why He Is Still A Reliable Starting Pitcher 10 Years Into His Career
Tyler showed some promise for the future as he appeared in 5 games with the major league team
Peña’s fourth season with the Angels saw him play just two games in the majors and ended with him becoming a free agent
Criswell was one of the many pitchers the Angels sampled on their pitching staff last season and he made one start with the major league club
Ohtani’s lengthy list of awards grows even bigger
The former top prospect finally put it together at the major league level in 2021
The former All-Star closer joined the Halos for a handful of games in September
After 29 games and 31 innings pitched, Aaron Slegers fell short of the relief power that the bullpen needed, leading to his election of free agency before the end of the season.
Guerra’s first season with the Angels did not live up to expectations as he ended the year being DFA’d
It wasn’t Kurt Suzuki’s best season with the Angels, but his catching experience made him a positive counterpart for the bullpen.
A Gold Glove in 2020 filled the new season with high hopes for Griffin Canning, but the doom of the IL struck again, leaving fans with dreams of what could have been.
Schebler had limited plate appearances with the Angels and caught the injury bug in the minors.
High Hopes Turned Sour Early In April As Fowler Completed Just 7 Games With The Halos Before A Season-Ending Knee Injury Shut Down The Veteran Outfielder
Hoyt was one of the many pitchers the Angels went through as possible bullpen solutions but ultimately only played in nine games with the major league club