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Raisel Iglesias, LA Angels. Mandatory Credit: Abbie Parr-USA TODAY Sports
Raisel Iglesias, LA Angels. Mandatory Credit: Abbie Parr-USA TODAY Sports /
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The LA Angels are going to have a busy offseason.

Arte Moreno is a rich man, and has the chance to spend quite a bit this offseason.

We’ve already spent a lot on our 2022 payroll, but we have plenty more that we can throw at players. We’ve got important players to re-sign, and important new players to go after. Bookmark this article so that you can keep up with what the team is up to this winter, as we use this page to update you as the offseason goes along.

LA Angels free agency tracker

Noah Syndergaard, SP--Syndergaard was signed by the Angels to a one-year/$21 million contract.

Aaron Loup, RP--Loup was signed by the Angels to a two-year, $17 million contract with a team option for a third year.

Michael Lorenzen, P/OF--Lorenzen was reportedly signed by the Angels for one year and roughly seven million dollars. He is reportedly going to be in the Halos' rotation.

Matt Duffy, INF--Duffy was brought on by the Angels on a one-year contract worth $1.5 million.

Archie Bradley, RP--Bradley was picked up by the Angels on a one-year/$3.75 million contract.

Ryan Tepera, RP--Tepera was signed by the Angels for a two-year/$14 million deal.

LA Angels free agents lost

Alex Cobb--The Giants are reportedly finalizing a deal with Cobb. UPDATE: The deal is official, and for $20 million over two years. The contract includes a club option for 2024.

Steve Cishek--The Angels let Cishek walk, and he headed to the Washington Nationals for a one-year deal worth $1.75 million.

LA Angels trade rumors

Frankie Montas--The Angels are reportedly talking to the Oakland A's about trading for Montas, according to CBS Sports MLB Analyst and former MLB GM Jim Bowden.

Chris Bassitt--The Angels are also reportedly talking to the Oakland A's about trading for Bassitt, according to CBS Sports MLB Analyst and former MLB GM Jim Bowden.

Luis Castillo--The Angels are reportedly trying to pry Castillo away from the Reds and are the frontrunners for him according to MLB Network's Jon Morosi.

LA Angels payroll 2022

  • Halos 2022 payroll as of today: $153,088,094
  • Halos’ 2022 projected payroll ceiling: $200,000,000
  • Available to spend: $46,911,906

Via Spotrac

LA Angels top prospects 2022

MLB.com’s top ten:

1. Reid Detmers — LHP
2. Sam Bachman — RHP
3. Jordyn Adams — OF
4. Kyren Paris — SS
5. Jeremiah Jackson — SS
6. Arol Vera — SS
7. Ky Bush — LHP
8. Alexander Ramirez — OF
9. Denzer Guzman — SS
10. D’Shawn Knowles — OF

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