Pedro Moura

Writer

Pedro Moura is the Angels beat writer for The Times. Previously, he covered the Angels and Dodgers for the Orange County Register, where he won Best Reporter honors from the OC Weekly for his work in 2015. Before joining the Register, Moura spent three years at ESPN.com, where he covered USC and the Clippers. He is a native of Santa Clarita and a graduate of USC.

Recent Articles

  • Angels likely to wait out free-agent market for starting pitching

    Angels likely to wait out free-agent market for starting pitching

    The Angels maintain they are confident in their seven-strong starting-pitching depth. They also maintained they were confident in their starting-pitching depth the last two winters. That depth did not prove sufficient. So it would make sense for the Angels to acquire help to supplement their stable....

  • Angels looking for a left-handed bat and already have eyes on one as offseason opens

    Angels looking for a left-handed bat and already have eyes on one as offseason opens

    With only one proven second baseman available in free agency, the trade market at the position could resemble a game of musical chairs, Angels general manager Billy Eppler acknowledged Monday. Surely, he will take a seat somewhere this winter. But between first and third base, where the Angels...

  • Angels to shop for a second baseman at general managers meetings

    Angels to shop for a second baseman at general managers meetings

    The Angels’ front-office contingent will arrive at this week’s general managers meetings in Orlando, Fla., with one clear and present need: a second baseman. There are more additions they would prefer to make, but in the 90 days before spring training starts, the closest thing to a certainty is...

  • Dodgers don't plan big changes to roster and field staff

    Dodgers don't plan big changes to roster and field staff

    The Dodgers’ top executives promised Tuesday that most of the roster and staff that fell one victory short of a World Series championship will return for another run in 2018. Speaking six days after a World Series Game 7 loss to the Houston Astros, president of baseball operations Andrew Friedman...

  • Angels make first move of the offseason, re-sign Justin Upton to five-year deal

    Angels make first move of the offseason, re-sign Justin Upton to five-year deal

    On the first day of the offseason, the Angels re-signed Justin Upton to a five-year, $106-million contract, extending the slugging left fielder’s agreement another year to keep him away from free agency. Upton, 30, had the right to opt out of four years and $88.5 million left on his contract. He...

  • Astros' Springer is in a groove, wins World Series MVP

    Astros' Springer is in a groove, wins World Series MVP

    When he arrived in the major leagues in April 2014, George Springer earned a reputation for dancing. The 2014 Houston Astros were still awful, one year short of success, and his energy helped chase the ever-present losses. Hours before every game, he’d blast music in whatever clubhouse they occupied,...

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