Combimetrics: the introduction of Magnum Octad Enumerate (MOE)

Combimetrics brings to you Magnum Octad Enumerate, the new theory that explains the true recipe for success in the majors.

Remaining free agents the Angels should consider

With less than a week until spring training, there are many free agents who could be late additions to the Angels, including some top free agents.

Angels prospects to watch in spring training

Some of the Angels' top prospects will make their spring training debuts, so what can we expect from these young players?

How are the Angels trying to build a contender?

A slow off season does not mean a non-productive off season. The Ange's recent moves show how they are trying to build a contender in Anaheim.

Cody Allen is the Angels answer for a closer

After a terrible 2018 campaign, Cody Allen is looking to solidify the Los Angels Angel's bullpen and return to his dominance.

Boring Minor League team names are a waste of an opportunity; how to be better

There’s nothing more disappointing than a Minor League affiliate with the same name as the parent team, unless its cliche like "Bulldogs" or "Cougars."

All non-pro level sports teams should have ridiculous names

Most of us have spent time looking through all of the Minor League baseball team names across the country. Ridiculous names should be required.

Who are the Angels clearing money for?

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What can we expect from Zack Cozart in 2019?

Zack Cozart disappointed in his first season in Anaheim, but after a shoulder surgery what can the Angels expect from the infielder in 2019?

A look back at Shohei Ohtani’s historic rookie season

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