Rehab start goes well for Jered Weaver, what’s going on with the outfield and defensive metrics and, Jerome Williams is working to keep a spot on the Angels rotation. The Angels are on a season high four-game winning streak. Here they come, Texas Rangers.
It also says in the article that Weaver could be back in the rotation next week, if everything goes smoothly. Please, everything, go smoothly.
This is one step closer to the “dogs and cats living together” that Peter Venkman was referring too.
Oh, for the love of…..really? Someone get Ryan Madson an advil so he can get back to pitching.
“I can’t believe it’s taken this long,” Madson said. “I thought by last Friday it would be ready.”
Said every Angels fan, ever.
Congratulations on 10 years of ownership. Now, as a gift to the fans, please eat Joe Blanton‘s contract.
So, the west was lost because of the managers. Wait, what?
I see what you did there.
10 lashes for speaking ill of Mike Trout. For shame.
All of this could have been easily avoided had the Angels simply not signed Blanton and given the rotation spot to Jerome Williams. All that Williams need to be this season was a decent #5. Up to this point, he has been muchbetter than that.
“The only thing a player can do — like Jerome is doing — is be as productive as they can be,” Scioscia said. “We’ve got a ways to go before our pitching staff is settled — hopefully not too long — but in the next couple weeks.”
Or in the next week. Or day. Hell, I’ve got a few hours, I’ll make the hard phone calls for you, skip.