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Angels get promising pitcher in Howie Kendrick trade
Angels get promising pitcher in Howie Kendrick trade

A quiet winter meetings for the Angels got loud in a hurry late Wednesday night when the club traded veteran second baseman Howie Kendrick to the Dodgers for promising left-hander Andrew Heaney, who had been acquired from the Miami Marlins earlier in the day.

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  • Jose Abreu wins AL rookie of year award; Angels' Matt Shoemaker second
    Jose Abreu wins AL rookie of year award; Angels' Matt Shoemaker second

    Jose Abreu, the $68-million Cuban import who stepped into the Chicago White Sox' cleanup spot on his first day in the major leagues and dominated thereafter, was a unanimous selection Monday as American League rookie of the year.

  • Faith, family, community keep Angels' Albert Pujols grounded
    Faith, family, community keep Angels' Albert Pujols grounded

    After a Sunday morning filled with hitting, fielding, throwing and base-running drills at Albert Pujols' baseball camp, dozens of kids gathered around home plate at Orange High for a brief chat and question-and-answer session with the Angels first baseman.

  • Angels send Hank Conger to Astros, get a reliever from Rays
    Angels send Hank Conger to Astros, get a reliever from Rays

    Angels General Manager Jerry Dipoto checked two items off his off-season to-do list Wednesday, acquiring a veteran left-handed reliever and the type of young, cost-controlled starting pitcher he covets.

  • Angels acquire Rays pitcher Cesar Ramos for prospect Mark Sappington
    Angels acquire Rays pitcher Cesar Ramos for prospect Mark Sappington

    Angels General Manager Jerry Dipoto wasted no time putting his off-season plan into motion. Within two hours of trading catcher Hank Conger to Houston for two prospects on Wednesday, he acquired veteran left-hander Cesar Ramos from the Tampa Bay Rays for minor league pitcher Mark Sappington.

  • Angels expect to extend free agent austerity program another winter
    Angels expect to extend free agent austerity program another winter

    It’s open season on baseball’s free agents, but don’t expect the Angels to do any big-game hunting. It figures to be another winter of prudent spending for the club that lavished $317.5 million on Albert Pujols and C.J. Wilson in December of 2011 and $125 million on Josh...

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