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Angels trade news, rumors & notes

Mike Trout will rejoin the team in Seattle

He just had his first child

Angels acquire starting pitcher Dylan Bundy from Orioles

Oh hey, TRADE ALERT

MLB trade rumors: Angels have shown “real interest” in Zack Wheeler

The longtime Met has been nothing short of stellar the past two seasons.

MLB trade rumors: Angels "drawing trade interest" in Brian Goodwin and Jonathan Lucroy, per multiple reports

Stove is hot stove is hot stove is hot stove is hot

Healing the Angels by the 2019 Trade Deadline: Five takes

With the help of Baseball Trade Values, the masthead at Halos Heaven created 5 scenarios to fix the Angels’ future

Angels discussing trades for Giants’ left-handed relievers Will Smith and Tony Watson, per report

The Angels aren’t done quite yet.

Prediction: Eppler’s “touchdown” is coming soon

Angels interested in free-agent reliever David Robertson

Robertson, 33, has been a high-end workhorse out of the Yankees bullpen for the last decade.

Angels could target Yusei Kikuchi now that he’s been posted by the Seibu Lions

Is Kikuchi the next Shohei Ohtani?

“Poppycock”: bemused Mike Scioscia dismisses reports that he will be stepping down

Sosh reaches back in the vault to pull out that word, dating himself.

Luis Valbuena designated for assignment, flips bat accordingly

Angels fans rejoice in unison.

Report: Angels relievers Blake Parker and Jose Alvarez drawing “serious interest”

The stove is hot, the stove is hot, the stove is hot.

Analyzing the return for Ian Kinsler

The Angels acquired minor-league relievers Ty Buttrey and Williams Jerez. Learn more about them here.

Nationals’ star outfielder Bryce Harper available, per reports

Whether it is genuine or not is yet to be seen, but the next 24 hours will be highly intriguing.

Blake Parker, Jose Alvarez among Angels relievers “believed to be in play” at deadline, per Ken Rosenthal

Both relievers have been having good seasons for the Halos. With a light August schedule, will the club continue to sell or stand pat?

Angels do quite nicely in Martín Maldonado trade

The first and possibly last trade of the 2018 deadline for the Angels, Eppler moves an expiring asset to the monolithic moonwalkers (the Astros).

Garrett Richards needs an extension yesterday

Good things come to those who wait, except for when they don’t.

Next season’s position players and the division rivals they crushed

The Angels of 2018 will have a dramatically different look. Who did they rub the wrong way?

MLB Winter Meetings: Angels “in on” Ian Kinsler

MLB Winter Meetings: Tigers exchanging names in Ian Kinsler trade

Day 2 of the Winter Meetings, and we’ve got potential trade action.

The Angels have a meeting with Shohei Ohtani

Seven teams have meetings with Ohtani. The Angels are one of those seven.

The Angels are ‘in’ on Shohei Ohtani, acquire international bonus pool money to court him

Jim Johnson has been traded to Anaheim, but the main piece isn’t Jim Johnson, no sir.

Let the readers decide: If I were Billy Eppler...

We’re the GM now.

If I were Billy Eppler..., Part II

It’s time to play with some imaginary money.

Angels having “extensive internal discussions” regarding an Ian Kinsler acquisition

They also placed a waiver claim on him back in August.

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Offseason moves by our AL West competition to undermine the Angels

Angels trade minor league RHP Elvin Rodriguez to Tigers, completing the Justin Upton trade

Rodriguez had a 2.91 ERA across Rookie and A-ball this season.

Angels trade for Brandon Phillips, capping off a crazy off day

In order for the trade to be official, Phillips needs to waive his no-trade clause.

Angels move Cameron Maybin to make room for Upton

The fleet-footed outfielder will now play for the Astros.

Who should bat behind Mike Trout?

Albert Pujols is not the ideal batter to follow Mike Trout, and we already have the ideal three-hole hitter.

The Angels have Fernando Salas again

Everyone’s favorite reliever is back, and he’s sporting some gaudy numbers! Not the good kind.

The front office will be very predictable this offseason. Probably.

Billy Eppler has thrown Angels fans some serious curves the past couple seasons, but this time, he certainly can't deviate from what seems so obvious. Right?