Will the Angels proceed with additional signings?

New York Post John Heyman reported on February 3 (Korean time) that the Los Angeles Angels are in contact with several players.

According to Heyman, the Angels are in contact with several pitchers who remain on the free agent market. Catcher Gary Sanchez, bullpen pitchers Jack Britten and Andrew Chaffin, infielder Elvis Andrews and starting pitcher Michael Waka were mentioned as players the Angels contacted.

The Angels have been busy this winter. In the free agent market, they recruited starter Tyler Anderson, bullpen Carlos Estevez, infielder Brandon Drury, and outfielder Brett Phillips, and in the trade market, they acquired outfielder Hunter Renfro and infielder Geo Acella. Despite bad news such as failed investment cases such as 토토사이트 Anthony Rendon and attempts to sell the club by owner Art Moreno, large-scale recruitments that would surprise the market were not made, but the Angels continued to reinforce their strength.

“The Angels still have a little bit of room to spend,” Heyman said, adding that the Angels are in contact with several players. The Angels, whose free agent Shohei Ohtani will become a free agent after the end of this season, are determined to make it to the postseason this year. However, it is evaluated that he has not yet approached the postseason power.

Mentioned players such as Waka, Sanchez, Britten, and Chafin are veterans with clear careers. If they join, they are players who can be sufficiently helpful to the Angels’ power.

With the call for spring camp approaching in about two weeks, attention is focusing on whether the Angels will reinforce their additional power.

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