Angels’ Calhoun Looking For Opportunity
Kole Calhoun doesn't have the kind of eye-popping skills that would make him a top prospect, but he has enough tools to help the Angels in a reserve role.
Defense Comes First For Angels’ Bandy
He has a cool name and an in with the boss, but neither will factor into whether Jett Bandy catches a big league game for the Angels.
Angels Look For Wood To Take Command
A word often used in describing Angels pitching prospect Austin Wood is "enigma," which isn't necessarily a bad thing. There's something intriguing, maybe even a bit mysterious, about a 6-foot-4, 225-pound righthander who can throw 97 mph but often struggles to command his blazing fastball.
Angels’ Schugel Finds His Calling On The Mound
A.J. Schugel showed enough potential as a third baseman at Central Arizona JC that his father Jeff, a long-time professional scout for the Angels, thought he had a good chance of being drafted as an infielder.
Angels Organization Report
You won't find too many 19-year-olds with a grand total of two Rookie-level games on their professional resumes in big league camp, but in Nick Adenhart the Angels feel they have a special case.