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Los Angeles Angels: The potential plan B for Gerrit Cole is not pretty It is clear why the Los Angeles Angels are so determined to get Cole because if they don't, they are going to be trapped in mediocrity with a starting rotation that, will be better with Shohei Ohtani, but still won't be good by any means. Welcome!

MLB winter meetings: Will the cash-rich Dodgers finally spend on premium talent? The Dodgers have been active. They've already met with starting pitchers Gerrit Cole and Stephen Strasburg, and third baseman Anthony Rendon, according to people with knowledge of the situation. Those three players are considered the top free agents in this winter's class.

LA Angels: Jason Castro Could Be The Answer at Catcher The LA Angels were always going to be in the market for free agent catching this offseason, and Jason Castro might be the best of the bunch left. While mos…

MLB winter meetings: Angels GM Billy Eppler is finally equipped with financial might With owner Arte Moreno's blessing, Eppler will operate this offseason without spending restrictions. Such limitations have hurt the Angels in the past. Last year, their offers reportedly fell short of free-agent contracts signed by former Angels draft pick Patrick Corbin and 2018 World Series hero Nathan Eovaldi.

Gerrit Cole market expected to crank up The consensus seems to be that the Yankees have made Cole their top priority, and are prepared to do whatever it takes in the way of a contract offer to land him. Cole, however, is seen as preferring to return to Southern California, if possible, putting the Dodgers and Angels in play even if they don't bid as high as New York.

Angels in the running for Gerrit Cole as winter meetings open He attended Orange Lutheran High and UCLA. He has talked about how he grew up as an Angels fan, and attended games regularly at Angel Stadium, including the 2002 World Series.

LA Angels: Is Michael Hermosillo a Trade Chip? The LA Angels have a plethora of outfield talent in their organization, which makes Michael Hermosillo a perfect trade chip this offseason.

Meet the Angels newest pitcher, Dylan Bundy Here is a deep dive into Dylan Bundy, what he throws, and how he might help the Angels be more relevant in 2020. I'm a bit lukewarm on Bundy but he certainly has potential. In fact, given this current rotation, Bundy could be a top of rotation starter.

Dance in L.A. this week: 'The Nutcracker,' 'Nochebuena' and more Debbie Allen's Hot Chocolate Nutcracker The Debbie Allen Dance Academy is joined by Raven-Symone, Tichina Arnold and others. Redondo Beach Performing Arts Center, 1935 E. Manhattan Beach Blvd., Redondo Beach. Sun., 2 p.m. $40-$110. thehotchocolatenutcracker.com.

Los Angeles Angels: Adam Jones feels like the perfect Angels signing The Los Angeles Angels look to be busy this winter with the number one target being Gerrit Cole. However, the team should still look to add in other areas…

LA Angels Trade Market: Making Blockbuster Deals With Every NL Central Team As the LA Angels continue to look for ways to improve, these trades with each NL Central team would go a long way towards contending in 2020.

Racing! CHRB recommendations to the Governor Remembering back a couple weeks at the California Horse Racing Board meeting that would never end, executive director Rick Baedeker announced several recommendations the board was making to Gov. Gavin Newsom. He hit many of the high points. Well those ideas were being worked on until Wednesday, when the memorandum was sent to Newsom.

LA Angels: Howie Kendrick Was the Missing Piece in Halos' Puzzle That's where Howie Kendrick could have come into the mold. Last year, Howie hit.344 last season in 121 games. His production in the playoffs was historic, as he came up time after time in clutch situations for the Nationals. His role with the Angels would have seemed murky, but when you consider their unique roster, it's obvious.

Should the LA Angels limit Griffin Canning's innings in 2020? The LA Angels watched rookie Griffin Canning's season end early due to elbow inflammation. Should the team limit the young stud's innings in 2020?

LA Angels: Dylan Bundy May Be Better than Ever in Anaheim When the LA Angels traded for Dylan Bundy, it was seen as a move to bolster the middle of their rotation. However, Bundy could prove to be even better.

Point of View: California's bullet train This is a project the voters thought they wanted, but if they're still paying attention, it's clear there isn't anywhere near enough money to complete this project. And in the great California tradition, the red tape is strangling it. The original price tag voters approved in 2008 was $40 billion for the entire project.

LA Angels: What would a healthy Zack Cozart mean for Halos in 2020? Up to this point, Zack Cozart's contract with the LA Angels has been a bust. Now getting healthy, can he prove himself in 2020 for the Halos?

Letters: USC keeps Clay Helton and readers keep fighting on But in the face of all the nonstop negativity, all the bitching and moaning regarding the retention of a decent man like Coach Helton, put me down as a supporter of Helton. Jim B. Parsons. Carpinteria. As a 1965 graduate of USC, I have endured almost 54 years of teasing about USC being a football factory where academics take a back seat.

Holiday Tree Lightings, Parades & More 2019: Los Angeles & Nearby LOS ANGELES COUNTY, CA —The 2019 holiday season is upon us in Los Angeles County with such annual festivities as holiday boutiques, Nutcracker ballets, Santa breakfasts, Christmas parades, concerts and tree-lightings, Chanukah events and more.

Gerrit Cole, the Yankees and the Value of the Long Game Now, in free agency, the Yankees are trying again. Cole's affection for the Yankees is well-known. He beamed after meeting Chris Chambliss - "A U.C.L.A. Yankee!" he said.

Leonard Goldberg, veteran producer of 'Blue Bloods' and 'WarGames,' dies Leonard Goldberg, a network and studio executive and producer whose TV credits ranged from "Starsky and Hutch" in the 1970s to the current drama series "Blue Bloods" and whose independent movies included "WarGames" and "Sleeping with the Enemy," has died at age 85.

Pensacola shooting: 4 dead, including shooter, at Florida naval base A shooter opened fire in a classroom building at the Naval Air Station Pensacola on Friday morning in an attack that left four people dead, including the assailant, and multiple people wounded. The shooting - the second at a U.S. Navy base this week - prompted a massive law enforcement response and a lockdown at the Florida base.

LA Angels: Top Pitcher Carmen Mlodzinski Should Be Target in 2020 Draft The LA Angels are focused on free agency and trading for starting pitchers right now, but looking ahead to the draft, more help could be on the way.

LA Angels News: It’s a M.A.D. World The baseball implementation of Mutually Assured Destruction, where the threat of being destroyed is something that is not only a risk to the loser. Yes, the loser is emotionally crushed, and perhaps they are competitively crushed. Certainly their franchise plans are crushed.

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