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Mike Trout is at the forefront of a youth movement in this year’s All-Star game, Tommy Hanson is on track to be back by the end of the month and, C.J. Cron did his thing at this year’s Futures Game.

LA Angels’ Mike Trout Leads Youth Movement at All-Star Game

And there will be many many more of these to come. How long they will keep happening in an Angels uniform is the big question though.

Hanson on Track to Rejoin Angels’ Rotation After All-Star Break

Until a month from now when Hanson is once again shelved.

Sidenote: Right here, in this very spot, I almost linked to a slideshow.

Disaster. Averted.

Top Prospect Performances at the Half: Pitchers

Slow down. Don’t get too excited. Most of the “prospects” are a bit old for the league’s that they are playing in. But, there could be options for late season callups in this list.

Trout is Excited About the All-Star Game Despite the Hectic Schedule

Good thing Trout is young and doesn’t have to worry about little things like sleep. Something that he will probably get none of over the next couple days.

Angels Prospect Hotlist – 7/15/2013

Jose Rondon didn’t make the top-five in this list. But he did garner a mention. I’m pretty sure that I am developing a minor crush on the young shortstop.

C.J. Cron and Joc Pederson Took Part in Sunday’s All-Star Futures game

Joc Pederson is a Dodgers prospect. Therefore, he is not to be trusted. Cron went 2-3 with two singles. He went down swinging on three pitches in his fist at bat, and didn’t look very pretty doing it either.

Tags: Los Angeles Angels Mike Trout Tommy Hanson

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