On Friday, Zack Cozart agreed to three-year, $38 million deal with the Angels, who continued their busy offseason by adding an All-Star infielder to beef up their lineup and deepen an already impressive defensive unit.
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The Angels officially agreed to terms on Saturday with 17-year-old Venezuelan shortstop Kevin Maitan, the top prospect the Braves forfeited for violating international signing rules.
Welcome to the offseason of Billy Eppler. The Angels' third-year general manager added Zack Cozart as his third baseman on Friday, capping a frenetic eight-day period that includes the Angels winning the Shohei Ohtani sweepstakes and a trade for second baseman Ian Kinsler, who filled the team's biggest hole.
General manager Billy Eppler and his staff now heads back to Southern California with just a few items left on their offseason shopping list.
Three months ago, on the day the Angels were eliminated from postseason contention, manager Mike Scioscia identified one hole that he believed would demand the club's focus this offseason.
Who do the Angels have in the pipeline? Get scouting reports, video, stats, projected ETAs and more for the Halos' Top 30 Prospects on MLBPipeline.com's Prospect Watch.
The Angels selected right-hander Luke Bard from the Twins' Triple-A roster during the Major League phase of the Rule 5 Draft on Thursday.
The Angels made a move to plug the biggest remaining hole on their roster on Wednesday, acquiring veteran second baseman Ian Kinsler from the Tigers in exchange for two Minor League prospects.
Angels manager Mike Scioscia met with the media on Wednesday at the Winter Meetings in Lake Buena Vista, Fla.
Angels general manager Billy Eppler confirmed on Tuesday that Japanese two-way star Shohei Ohtani received a platelet-rich plasma injection in his right elbow in October, which Eppler described as a "preventative" measure.
Trout gets married in a winter wonderland
With Shohei Ohtani in tow, one of the questions the Angels are now weighing this offseason is whether a six-man rotation would be the best way to fold the Japanese two-way star into the Majors next year.
New Era unveiled the new PROLIGHT 59FIFTY that players will be wearing this spring, a fitted cap featuring a new featherweight polyester material that is the lightest on-field fabric in MLB history.
The Shohei Ohtani chase sparked a full mobilization of the Angels' front office and led to a few sleep-deprived nights for general manager Billy Eppler, whose efforts were rewarded last week when Ohtani chose to come to Anaheim after drawing fervid interest from around the league.
Ohtani joked that he wanted Trout's number
Even as he emerged as the most sought-after free agent of this offseason and sparked a captivating courtship that lured most Major League clubs, there remained an air of mystery around Japanese phenom Shohei Ohtani.
General manager Billy Eppler quite literally fell out of his chair when he received a call Friday morning informing him that Japanese two-way star Shohei Ohtani wanted to sign with the Angels.
Ohtani arrives at Angel Stadium with red carpet
This is what happens when you put Shohei Ohtani and Mike Trout together: You have baseball's most interesting team. Say hello to your 2018 Los Angeles Angels.
Ohtani is asking fans to pick his nickname
Now that Japanese star Shohei Ohtani has chosen to bring his unique two-way talent to Anaheim, one significant question remains: How will the Angels use the right-handed pitcher/left-handed slugger?
Japanese two-way superstar Shohei Ohtani announced Friday that he will join the Angels as he makes his much-anticipated transition from Nippon Professional Baseball to the Major Leagues. Ohtani joins a long list of big offseason acquisitions in Angels history, including three Hall of Famers and another player who is on the 2018 Hall of Fame ballot.
The sky is the limit for Ohtani and Trout
Ranking the reasons why Ohtani chose the Angels
Six years ago, over the span of 48 frenzied hours at a hotel in Dallas, the Angels pulled off a $331.5 million free-agent splurge that left the baseball world stunned.
Trout's reaction to Ohtani news classic
Who will have better season, Trout or Ohtani?
The Angels agreed to terms on a 2018 contract with right-handed reliever Blake Wood and tendered contracts to all 10 of their other arbitration-eligible players ahead of Friday's 5 p.m. PT deadline.
For the first time in three years, the top spot on MLBPipeline.com's early Draft Top 50 list is not topped by a high school pitcher. It should come as no surprise that the top guy is still a pitcher, and one from the 2017 College World Series champion Florida Gators. Right-hander Brady Singer, who helped pitch them to that title as a sophomore, is the clear choice as the best overall talent in the 2018 Draft class.
At the 24th annual ETTA Gala at the Beverly Hilton Hotel on Wednesday night, the Albert Pujols Foundation received the Community Philanthropy Award, and accepting was Joc Pederson and his older brother, Champ.