It's time to preview the Angels, one of baseball's bigger disappointments in each of the past two seasons.
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Thirty-nine arbitration-eligible players filed salary figures Friday. Here's a list with the known figures to this point.
The Angels made some significant changes this winter, trading away some offense for more pitching. Our Al Melchior examines the 2014 roster for Fantasy gems.
One year ago Sunday, the Red Sox and Dodgers rocked the baseball world with a shocking trade. Each franchise was completely changed, and for the better.
Despite a 9-5 clunker to Oakland in their home opener, if these Angels are not playing in the World Series it will be owner Arte Moreno's Most Spectacular Failure Yet. ...
With Ryan Madson not ready to go to start the season, the Angels could turn to any of Ernesto Frieri, Kevin Jepsen, Scott Downs or Sean Burnett at closer to start the season.
Our season preview series kicks off with the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim.
Chase Headley heads a list of players who filed arbitration numbers on Friday. Headley asked for $10.3 million, with the Padres countering at $7.075 million.
The Angels were supposed to have a roster built to win a championship a year ago, but they failed to make the playoffs. Our Al Melchior reminds owners they are still plenty talented heading into 2013.

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