Welcome to Halo Hangout, the Los Angeles Angels news and opinions site brought to you by the FanSided Network. Halo Hangout is dedicated to providing top-notch Angels news, views and original content. This site also serves as a community for like-minded fans to come together to catch up on the latest news and to discuss their passion.
Born and raised in Santa Ana, Calif., Jose Serrano has always desired to be a journalist. He worked his way from staff writer of the Santa Ana College el Don newspaper to an Editor-in-Chief role where he led the school to nationwide recognition. Individually, Jose gained recognition from the Columbia Scholastic Press Association in 2008 and 2009 for various stories written and pages designed. When he is not writing, Jose find pleasure in watching his beloved Los Angeles Angels, occasional making it on their road trips. His devotion to baseball comes from a childhood love of the game that is reinvigorated at the dawn of every season.
Kyle Franzoni has the unfortunate distinction of having his very first baseball memory be that of Mookie Wilson's slow grounder going through the legs of Bill Buckner. Since then, it has been an up and down love affair with the game, which naturally lead to putting his thoughts to digital paper and trying his hand at writing about the game he loves. A native of Vermont, where he lives with his wife and twin sons, Kyle is editor of Jays Journal and is the Editorial Director for FanSided MLB.
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Griffin Gallagher is a high school student from New Jersey. He enjoys watching baseball, (preferably Angels baseball), and sports blogging in his spare time, along with spending time with family and friends. Writing for Halo Hangout is Griffin's first real experience with sports journalism, although he does have his own blog.
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