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Angels Ease Griffin Canning Into Pro Ball

Take It Easy

Angels second-rounder Griffin Canning won't pitch for an affiliate this summer.

Jahmai Jones Overcomes Slow Start

Jones Shows Aptitude

Jahmai Jones' high level of aptitude helped him overcome a slow start.

Jordon Adell Brings Upside To Angels

Big Upside

The Angels view Jordon Adell as a "potential franchise player.”

Tyler Carpenter Could Be Nearing A Breakthrough

Time For Turnaround

The Angels haven’t soured on Tyler Carpenter despite his numbers.

Jesus Castillo’s Live Arm, Projection Excite Angels

Unearthed Gem

What seemed like an innocuous deal could reap dividends for the Angels.

A First for Sherman Johnson

A First

The goal is to get to the big leagues, Sherman Johnson said.

Nate Smith Developing A Spring Routine

Finishing Polish

Nate Smith hoped to use big league camp to polish parts of his game

Eckstein A Fitting Role Model For David Fletcher

Role Model

There is one comparison to David Eckstein that David Fletcher would like to shed

Matt Thaiss Adapts Quickly To New Position

Glove Work

How quickly the 21-year-old Matt Thaiss advances will depend on his glove.

Brandon Marsh Ready To Go

Marsh Ready To Go

The Angels will get their first extended look at Brandon Marsh this spring

A Quantum Leap For Michael Hermosillo

Quantum Leap

An invite to big league camp is a testament to Michael Hermosillo's progress

Torii Hunter Jr. Picks Baseball

Picking Baseball

The son of the former All-Star outfielder decides to forego football

Angels See Eduardo Paredes In Bullpen

Winning Piece

Eduardo Paredes could have an impact in 2017, the Angels believe

Keynan Middleton Powers Up

Power Up

Keynan Middleton’s fastball was clocked as high as 102 mph in his first game a[...]

Promotion Was Well-Earned For Jahmai Jones

Jumping Jahmai

Jahmai Jones flashed so many skills that he was promoted to low Class A

Angels Bet On Meyer’s Arm Strength

Big Bet

Some scouts wonder if poor control will force Alex Meyer to the bullpen

Angels Are In No Rush With Jones

No Rush

The Angels chose to take it slow with Jahmai Jones

Angels’ Johnson Shows Great Discipline

In The Mix

Sherman Johnson could challenge for the second base job next spring

Long Has Look Of A Workhorse

No Long Shot

Grayson Long has the look of a rotation workhouse

Angels’ Adams Proves He’s No Fluke

Ready To Go

It shouldn’t be long before Caleb Adams is bumped to Double-A.

Angels’ Long Looks Like A Big Leaguer

No Long Shot

Grayson Long already has gained a reputation as a rotation workhorse

Angels Can’t Talk Green Out Of Retiring

Green Retires

The Angels tried to talk Hunter Green out of retiring, to no avail