The Los Angeles Podcast of Anaheim

LOS ANGELES, CA. - JUNE 27: Mike Scioscia
LOS ANGELES, CA. - JUNE 27: Mike Scioscia /

As part of our on-going efforts to bring  Los Angeles Angels fans the best, most informative, most interesting, and most up-to-date access to all things Angels Baseball, Halo Hangout will be part of a new podcast project.

Beginning with the winter meetings next week, the Los Angeles Angels Podcast of Anaheim, a semi-daily audio blog for all things Angels, will bring you commentary and analysis from Halo Hangout’s writing staff on what the Billy Eppler, Arte Moreno, and the Angels front office are working on for the 2018 season.

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Podcast Goals

During this off-season, we’ll be talking about the Angels, of course, as well as the other teams in the division. We’ll look at how free agents big and small are going to shake out, and what to expect for the coming year.

Once the season starts, the podcast will follow the season, with updates two to three times every week. We’ll examine every series, zooming in on individual games and match-ups. At the end of every week, we’ll provide a round table discussion that will step back to look at the organization as a whole. We’ll talk about the farm system, about the front office, the manager, and what the teams fortunes look like, not just for 2018, but years down the line. You’ll get different perspectives from the HH staff, and we hope our chatters will be as fun to listen to as the games themselves.

The Podcast is a passion project that we’re developing on our own, and we hope to get your feedback to make it the best fan experience as possible. The Podcast page will go live next week at with our first round table chatter about Billy Eppler, free agents, possible trade scenarios, crazy-to-believe rumors, and the beehive of activity that is the baseball winter meetings. When the first episode goes up, we’ll link it here. As subsequent updates are delivered, we’ll post them on the Halo Hangout page, as well as to the Podcast’s own Facebook and Twitter feeds.

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The Los Angeles Angels Podcast of Anaheim is coming. Look for it!