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The LA Angels are not going to be big spenders this offseason. However, there are still deals to be dealt, and trades to be made. With one of the best free agent classes ever, there a plenty of value deals the Angels can make this winter.
With so much money invested in Albert Pujols, Justin Upton, and Mike Trout, the LA Angels do not have a ton to spend this offseason. Multiple reports say that Billy Eppler will have around $25 million to spend, and while that is enough to sign some big names (i.e Patrick Corbin), the offseason will be another of Eppler making small moves and hoping they pay off.
Last year, Zack Cozart was a value deal despite coming off a breakout year, and obviously Shohei Ohtani was the best deal in baseball. Now, there is no Ohtani for Eppler to bring in this year, but there are still a good number of names, even former All Stars, that the Angels might be able to bring in to fill out their roster.
This article is all about value deals that Eppler can make for players who can come in, get the job done, and might even offer some upside.