The LA Angels part ways with five players from 40-Man Roster. Could there be more?
By David Rice
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The Angels thought that Luis Garcia and his 90s fastball would be a good fit in their back of the bullpen. Unfortunately, Garcia struggled to get batters out and also struggled with his control after being acquired last Winter in exchange for Jose Alvarez. Garcia finished the season with a 2-1 record and an ERA of 4.35. His WHIP of 1.52 and allowing 13 home runs in only 62 innings negated his 57 strikeouts. Plenty of other pitchers emerged to fill the role the Angels thought Garcia would fill. He will not be missed.