I never saw we had an Angels thread on LGK. Nice to see other Kings/Angels fans rather than just the Kings/Dodgers ones I always hear.
Moreno should legitimately have one goal right now. He needs to make sure Trout never leaves the Angels. He has a talent that could go down in baseball history when its all said and done, he needs to make sure he is the Angel's Jeter and not the Mariners Arod.
First pitch of spring training hasn't even been thrown, and the injuries have already started.
Angels' Josh Hamilton on crutches after straining calf - latimes.com
Damn bad news about Josh sigh
Trout signs a deal with the Angels to become a millionaire. It's just not that contract we all want him to sign.
Mike Trout signs one-year, $1-million deal with Angels - latimes.com
Also Blanton still sucks.
Angels might not keep Joe Blanton in their bullpen - latimes.com
So I was at the box office yesterday getting my tickets for the first couple of months of the season when I noticed the Angels adopted some bizzare stock market price structure where most of the games will be priced according to their demand, but not all the games will priced according to this demand structure. So for example tickets to Mike Trout bobblehead night which is a regular season game during the opening series of the season will cost me $15 per tickets, but for the game versus the Dodgers on the 28'th which is a pre season game that never sells out it will cost me over $20 for the same seats. Reason being for that is games against certain teams like Dodgers, Yankees, or Red Sox will have a set minimum for which the tickets prices start at. If you go online they have totally different prices from the box office for certain games. It's all confusing and it's all crap. Either make all the games priced according to their demand, or don't do the demand price structure at all.