Angels Weekend Roundup
Catching you up on the latest Los Angeles Angels news from the weekend.
It’s Sunday night, which, nowadays, feels the same as any other night. With everyone stuck at home in response to the coronavirus, the days and nights are starting to blend together.
Hopefully, you still found a way to stay busy over the weekend. And if you did, you might not have had time to check on your latest Angels news.
We thought we would help you out with a round-up of the top stories from the weekend. Enjoy!
What to expect from Dylan Bundy: Acquired in the offseason from Baltimore, Bundy was one of the bright spots of Spring Training before play was suspended. Could he turn into a hidden gem for the Halos? As long as he keeps the ball in the ballpark. [read more]
Revisiting three rumors from the offseason that never came true: Hot Stove season kept fans busy over the winter. Would the Angels land local star Gerrit Cole? Who else was rumored to come to Anaheim but didn’t? And how do we look at those rumors now? [read more]
President hopes to have fans back in stadiums by August: As MLB looks for creative ways to schedule a season amid the coronavirus, including the possibility of playing in front of empty stadiums, President Trump met with major sports league commissioners over the weekend and expressed hope fans could return to stadiums in August and September. [read more]
Angels non-roster players receive financial support: The Major League Players Association struck a deal to send financial assistance to non-roster players who were at Spring Training as of March 13 and have accumulated at least one day of service time in the big leagues. [read more]
David Fletcher is a strange kind of hitter: Fan favorite, David Fletcher, had a strong season at the plate in 2019, but the way he did it, finding base hits without hitting the ball hard, presents an interesting story. [read more]