Loyal Readers

The loyalty of our readers continues to astound us.  Three months after deciding to take this prolonged respite, we still receive comments and e-mail imploring us to resume our blogging activities.

Fear not, loyal readers, we are planning a return.  Details at this point remain unclear, but we will be back….perhaps even soon.

Thank you for continuing to check in and, most of all, for remembering us.

We look forward to bringing you what you’re looking for.

In the meantime, of course….

Go Angels!

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With Apologies For The Delay

Indeed, your internet browser was not deceiving you; with great disappointment, we are taking a prolonged respite.  

Real life beckons and another blogger bows out….for now.

Go Angels!

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Pitching The Byrd

Eric Seidman at Fangraphs knows why the Angels need pitching, he’s just not sure why they’re considering Mark Mulder.

Pedro‘s more appealing than Byrd who’s slightly  more appealing than Mulder, who is more appealing than….than….uh….well….um….hmmm.  

If Mark Mulder is seriously in play, we think you give Chuck Finley a go instead.  They’ll throw about the same speed and Fin’s got the better out pitch.

Okay, not really, and this guy‘s not the answer either, but something seems necessary; it’s obviously urgent if the team is running Matt Palmer out there.

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Storied Team

But, according to Howard Bryant at ESPN.com, it was actually a steroid team.  

Which one wasn’t?  We’d love Brad Fulmer’s opinion on the matter.

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Oliver Twist

Well, consistent with this season’s theme, another Angels’ pitcher, this one interim starter Darren Oliver, is headed to the disabled list.  

This can’t be headed anywhere good.

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Shields Down

Speechless, we feel compelled to defer.  

We’re taking a few hours off.

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In Memory

Happy Birthday today to Preston Gomez, who would have been 86.  preston23

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