Angels make series of smaller moves, fill holes

The Los Angeles Angels have been relatively quiet during all chaos that has consumed these last few days leading up to Major League Baseball’s 2015 trade deadline. The Colorado Rockies sent the face of their franchise, shortstop Troy Tulowitzki, to the Toronto Blue Jays in a blockbuster deal that no one saw coming. Starters Johnny Cueto and Scott Kazmir, and Cole Hamels have new homes, and a number of other big trades, involving starting pitchers, are about to be completed or are just on the horizon.

The Angels, however, have made a number of smaller moves. They haven’t made any game-changing, big statement moves but what they have done is fortify their outfield. In a matter of days, the Angels made trades to acquire three outfielders, giving manager Mike Scioscia flexibility and multiple options to fill the Angels most glaring need: their hole in left field.

For more on how the Angels went about filling the holes in their lineup check out the rest of this post on Today’s Knuckleball using the link below:

Angels use series of small moves to fill most glaring needs

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