Some parts of the roster will likely be tinkered with throughout the rest of this offseason and through spring training. Some parts of the roster are already set.
Overall, when I look at this roster and try to predict how some of those moving pieces will piece together, I keep coming back to three things.
No. 3 too-early Angels roster prediction: Our SS depth chart will remain what it is now
The fact that the two of them were picked up instead of going after one of the prized free agent shortstops goes to show that the Halos are looking for depth over everything. Now, they seem to have that.
They have those two former Yankees now, and that goes with some depth guys that the team gave experience last season in Jack Mayfield and Luis Rengifo.
There are still major names at shortstop still available this offseason in free agency, but they already have quite a few bodies there. One could suggest that some of those other shortstops we already have could switch positions, but where would they go? David Fletcher will be playing second base, and Anthony Rendon will be playing third.
Our shortstop depth is likely already set.