Halo Headquarters The Los Angeles Angels Of Anaheim Blog Tue, 16 May 2017 03:52:43 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.7.5 https://i0.wp.com/www.haloheadquarters.net/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/cropped-Screen-Shot-2017-03-03-at-7.29.14-PM.png?fit=32%2C32 Halo Headquarters 32 32 88860494 Thank You For The Memories: The Final Halo HQ Goodbye /thank-memories-final-halo-hq-goodbye/ Tue, 16 May 2017 03:52:43 +0000 /?p=6244 This message was written by the founder of Halo Headquarters: Alexander Alarcon Over 1,000 articles, 400,000 views, 20+ writers, and thousands of memories I will never forget. Today I bring some sad news that hurts to write, but hopeful for an even better future. Halo Headquarters is officially “closing it’s doors” and will no longer […]

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This message was written by the founder of Halo Headquarters: Alexander Alarcon

Over 1,000 articles, 400,000 views, 20+ writers, and thousands of memories I will never forget. Today I bring some sad news that hurts to write, but hopeful for an even better future. Halo Headquarters is officially “closing it’s doors” and will no longer be covering the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim. So why is this once popular blog shutting down for good right in the middle of halo baseball? Let me explain.

I started Halo Headquarters about two years, with hopes of improving my sentence structure and grammar skills as I was ready to finish off my last two years of my undergraduate. Little did I know that writing a couple of game recaps two years ago would turn into a loved blog throughout the community. Multiple writers contacted me throughout social media in hopes of joining the team, but I simple told them it’s not a paying job and I’m doing it for fun. Surprisingly they still wanted to join the team, and Halo HQ was born. Writing 3-5 articles a week turned into 10-15 articles published on the website a week throughout multiple writers. The blog kept growing and growing as we hit over 150,000 views and over 3,000 followers on twitter.

With my past work experience with Fansided and USA Today, I knew I had the privilege of helping other young and hopeful passionate journalist to follow their dreams. Halo Headquarters turned into a stepping stone for high school and undergraduate writers looking to get experience to hopefully get their name out in the world. Our blog was featured on Bleacher Report, YardBarker, and Yahoo, the writers were finally getting their name out in the very competitive journalism career and finding jobs.

I was passionate and had the time to help each and every writer reach their goals. However sometimes the flame goes out. As this years baseball season began, multiple people offered to buy the website or take over as Senior Editor. I never thought I would leave Halo Headquarters, but it was an option I couldn’t leave unanswered. As I finished my undergraduate at Azusa Pacific University with a bachelors in Science, Applied Exercise Science doors started to open up to follow my dream career of becoming a physical therapist. I could not put in the same amount of time and effort into Halo HQ as I was two years ago, and it was not fair for the writers in my eyes.

I’m saying goodbye to Halo Headquarters. As I write this I’m still in talks with multiple people to potentially buy out the website and take over as the Senior Editor. A lot will be happening in the next months, but in the mean time, Halo HQ will be finding a new Senior Editor to take over and put the same heart I used too in the website. If a Senior Editor is not found, a do have an offer from a competitor to officially shutdown the website for good.

Alex Alarcon | Halo Headquarters

I want to say thank you to all my viewers, and support I got in this journey. I will never forget the thousands of memories I’ve had with interviewing players, meetings fans at the games or reading comments on the articles. Thank you and for the last time Light That Baby Up.

—- Alexander Alarcon (Founder and Former Senior Writer)

 

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Is it Time to Call Up Dustin Ackley? /time-call-dustin-ackley/ Fri, 12 May 2017 21:36:12 +0000 /?p=6241 The Los Angeles Angels are having trouble finding an everyday player at second base. The Halos acquired veteran infielder Danny Espinosa over the off-season, but that hasn’t panned out like the organization thought it would. Is it time to look for other options to try to find some production? This season Espinosa is hitting .138 […]

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The Los Angeles Angels are having trouble finding an everyday player at second base. The Halos acquired veteran infielder Danny Espinosa over the off-season, but that hasn’t panned out like the organization thought it would. Is it time to look for other options to try to find some production?

This season Espinosa is hitting .138 with three home runs and 13 RBI in 33 games. He’s been almost unbearable to watch at the plate this season. Luckily for the Halos, Espinosa is on a one-year deal, and isn’t tied to the organization long-term.

The next option was veteran Cliff Pennington, but he hasn’t been playing much better this season. He’s hitting just .235 with four RBI in 18 games. Pennington has six walks with ten strikeouts, and has put together some quality at-bats.

The Angels don’t believe Pennington can be the everyday starter, and didn’t bring him in to do that. He signed a two-year deal with the Halos this off-season, but is better used as a utility infielder off the bench rather than an everyday starter at second.

Well, that leaves one more easy option, and that would be to call up Dustin Ackley from Triple-A. The former 1st rounder has played in 28 games in the minors this season and is hitting pretty well. He’s hitting .287 with one home run and 18 RBI with 13 walks in Triple-A.

The 29-year-old could be the Halos next best option to fill in at second base. The Espinosa experiment needs to end, and it’s time to give Ackley a shot to earn a spot on the roster.

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Three Reason the Angels Should Win the Series Against the Tigers /three-reason-angels-win-series-tigers/ Fri, 12 May 2017 01:10:55 +0000 /?p=6237 The Angels may not be in a tailspin 36 games into the season, but the pilot has definitely put on the fasten seat belt sign. After starting the season with a promising 6-2 record, the Halos have struggled to stay above .500 and currently find themselves 17-19. Fortunately it’s still fairly early in the season […]

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The Angels may not be in a tailspin 36 games into the season, but the pilot has definitely put on the fasten seat belt sign.

After starting the season with a promising 6-2 record, the Halos have struggled to stay above .500 and currently find themselves 17-19. Fortunately it’s still fairly early in the season and the Angels are currently only two games out of the second wild card spot.

The reasons for their lackluster record are not a secret: multiple injuries to their starting pitching and bullpen to go along with a lineup that has not hit as well as anticipated. When you combine those two factors together, the Angels are actually lucky to be in the place they are in. A few more unlucky bounces and the Angels could be looking up at the entire American League West.

Tonight the Angels open up a four game home series against the Detroit Tigers. The Angels and Tigers (16-16) are both looking to get over the .500 mark but here are three reasons why I think the Angels could have the upper hand in this series.

1. Detroit has struggled against Western Division teams.

Even though it’s early in the season, the Tigers have had their struggles against teams in the West Divisions, both American and National League. In eight games against Seattle, Oakland, and Arizona, the Tigers have managed only three wins while allowing 6.2 runs a game. The Tigers themselves have been able to score runs in these games but their pitchers have not pitch well enough for their batters to pick them up.

With Mike Trout and Albert Pujols back in the lineup and Yunel Escobar on his recent tear, the Angels have a good chance of putting up some runs and getting a few wins.

2. The Tigers score more runs in games they win versus games they lose.

This statement is as obvious as making the prediction that the team that scores the most runs will win. But the point I’m trying to make it that the Tigers are either really good at scoring runs or really bad. In their past eight wins, Detroit has averaged 8.75 runs a game compared to the 2.75 run average in their past eight losses. The Tigers are also prone to being streaky this season as they have three winning streaks of three games or more to go along with twice losing four games in a row. If able to catch the Tigers on a cold spell, the Angels could not only win the series but get a much needed home sweep

3. The Angels will be facing the Tigers’ top four pitchers.

Wait…what? How is this a good thing? Yes it’s true that this series the Angels will run into Michael Fulmer, Jordan Zimmerman, Daniel Norris, and Jason Verlander who together have an 11-6 record. But these same pitchers have had trouble with their control. Together they have 124 Ks with 58 walks which, including their number five pitcher, gives them the 2.1/1 strikeout to walk ratio. Good enough for 25th in the majors.

The Angels are not the best team at taking walks, in fact they are 11th in the American League. But if they are able to be patient at the plate, they may get a few gift baserunners which they can hopefully turn into runs.

There is a saying that every game counts, even the ones in early May. A series win here for the Angels could potentially put them in a wild card spot and that would be a huge psychological boost going not only into upcoming games and the rest of the season as well.

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Should the Angels trade Yunel Escobar? /angels-trade-yunel-escobar-2/ Thu, 11 May 2017 23:05:16 +0000 /?p=6234 It’s only May, but the Los Angeles Angels need to start thinking about the future of their organization. Third baseman Yunel Escobar could be an interesting trade piece to multiple teams this summer. The 34-year-old is on the last year of his original three-year deal. This season Escobar is hitting .259 with five home runs […]

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It’s only May, but the Los Angeles Angels need to start thinking about the future of their organization. Third baseman Yunel Escobar could be an interesting trade piece to multiple teams this summer. The 34-year-old is on the last year of his original three-year deal.

This season Escobar is hitting .259 with five home runs and 16 RBI in 35 games. He’s been a workhorse as he’s leading the league in both plate appearances (158) and at-bats (147) this season. That’s not all, Escobar has walked 11 times with just 17 strikeouts, and has become a stable bat in the Halos order.

At this point he’s not a part of the future though, and will likely be traded by the end of the season. The Angels have multiple options that can play third base that are locked up for more than one season. The farm system is dry for the Halos and it could be time to consider making a move.

Yes, it’s early in the season, but that might mean the Angels could get more in return for him. Players are dropping to the disabled list right and left. Plenty of competitive organizations could use Escobar’s bat in their lineup. This could be the best time to move him, but could hurt the Angels.

The red-hot Astros have started to run away with the American League West. The Angels are still in it, but injuries have significantly hurt their chances this season. Escobar is a helpful bat, but won’t make or break the Halos playoff chances. Regardless of when he gets traded, don’t expect Escobar to finish the season in an Angels uniform.

 

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Angels Kick Off Four Game Set Versus Detroit Tonight /angels-kick-off-four-game-set-versus-detroit-tonight/ Thu, 11 May 2017 18:57:38 +0000 /?p=6231 The Angels did not put their best foot forward in the last three games up north, losing two out of the trio. Even without centerfielder Mike Trout, losing the series to the A’s seems unreal. Like some sort of cringe-worthy nightmare. Going into the series, the Halos were a healthy 5-2 against them collectively. In […]

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The Angels did not put their best foot forward in the last three games up north, losing two out of the trio. Even without centerfielder Mike Trout, losing the series to the A’s seems unreal. Like some sort of cringe-worthy nightmare. Going into the series, the Halos were a healthy 5-2 against them collectively. In the prior series the Angels managed to sweep their division rival. So to do a 180 suddenly makes little sense until it is broken down.

Naming one reason is practically impossible. But here is one of the main reasons that led to the lack of success. The offense itself sputtered in each loss to an extent that defies explanation. For example, in yesterday’s game the Halos drew three straight walks to start the game. They had the bases jacked with no outs. A golden opportunity to put multiple runs on the board. By the time the inning was over, they were extremely lucky to have put one run across due to a bit of careless defense. Otherwise, the Angels would not have scored the entire ballgame. It may seem strange to pinpoint just one inning, but it describes how the road has been for them this year.

Yesterday’s game was another instance when a starting pitcher did okay enough on paper. Jesse Chavez allowed just a pair of runs in 5.2 innings on the mound. However, the two runs came via the long ball. An unsightly sight that basically seems like an instant replay at this point. In other words, it is nothing new. It comes to show that even one mistake can have a way of magnifying itself.

The Angels look to put that all behind them starting tonight. The team will be hosting a four-game stretch versus the 16-16 Detroit Tigers. J.C. Ramírez will be given the nod in the first matchup. Ramírez has been a breath of fresh air for the Halos, whose pitching staff has suffered some serious blows in just a little more than a month’s worth of action. The Nicaraguan pitcher has gone 3-2 so far this season and has racked up 33 strikeouts.

The Tigers intend to counter with a tough righty of their own in Michael Fulmer. After winning the AL Rookie of the Year Award last season, Fulmer has not regressed by any means in 2017. He has picked up right where he left off. In six chances, he has gone 3-1 and carries a very respectable 2.77 ERA.

If all goes according to plan, it is likely that Trout will be starting tonight. For this Angels’ team, his presence is one that will be welcomed with open arms. The superstar currently owns a 17-game hitting streak. The streak happens to a career high for the reigning AL MVP. The extra offense could very well come in handy this series. His electrifying bat instantly gives his team’s lineup a greater probability of winning. There is no doubt about that.

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Can J.C. Ramirez Become A Reliable Starter? /can-j-c-ramirez-become-reliable-starter/ Thu, 11 May 2017 16:53:13 +0000 /?p=6228 Injuries to the starting rotation have forced one of the Los Angeles Angels best relief pitchers J.C. Ramirez into the pitching rotation. This is his fourth Major League season, and he made his first career start this season. It’s safe to say the Halos had low expectations for him in the rotation, but Ramirez has done […]

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Injuries to the starting rotation have forced one of the Los Angeles Angels best relief pitchers J.C. Ramirez into the pitching rotation. This is his fourth Major League season, and he made his first career start this season. It’s safe to say the Halos had low expectations for him in the rotation, but Ramirez has done his job.

This season Ramirez is 3-2 with a 3.74 ERA in eight games (five starts) with 33 strikeouts in 33 innings pitched. He has surprised the Halos with his ability as a starting pitcher. Until this season Ramirez hadn’t started a game since 2011 in the Philadelphia Phillies minors.

The Angels did not expect that they would have to make this move. Both Garrett Richards and Tyler Skaggs have been sidelined for long periods of time. The Angels have asked Alex Meyer to join the rotation, but could seek veteran help soon.

Meyer continues to struggle, but the 28-year-old Ramirez has blown the Angels away. Last season Ramirez went 3-4 posting a 4.35 ERA in 70 games between the Reds and Angels. He struggled heavily with the Reds, but something about the Angels has changed him.

Last season Ramirez posted a 2.91 ERA in 43 games with one save and 31 strikeouts. He was becoming one of the Halos late inning weapons until this season. The Angels were shorthanded and Ramirez made the jump to the rotation, even if he didn’t feel completely comfortable there.

Expect Ramirez to continue seeing work out of the rotation as Richards and Skaggs are not close to returns. He’s been solid in his starts thus far, and has a decent chance of becoming a part of the Angels everyday rotation.

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Why My Prediction for the Angels’ Season was Wrong. /prediction-angels-season-wrong/ Thu, 11 May 2017 03:34:11 +0000 /?p=6225 Before the season started, I ran a prediction series covering all facets of MLB. One of the predictions was for how the Angels would fare this season. My prediction was an optimistic one, maybe overly so. I picked the Halos to finish second in the A.L. West with ninety-two wins, just shy of a wild […]

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Before the season started, I ran a prediction series covering all facets of MLB. One of the predictions was for how the Angels would fare this season. My prediction was an optimistic one, maybe overly so. I picked the Halos to finish second in the A.L. West with ninety-two wins, just shy of a wild card spot. In retrospect, that prediction seems ridiculous. Hey, we all can be wrong sometimes, right? Here’s some of the specific why I was so wrong, and what I was thinking with such a hopeful prediction:

1.) The Angels’ pitchers couldn’t stay healthy – While I was totally right about Tyler Skaggs and his inability to hold onto his rotation spot for the entirety of the season, I was wrong about Garrett Richards, who has only pitched five innings this season and is still out for at least another month. Four of the Angels’ best starters and their three best relievers are all injured, and several of those pitchers have yet to pitch at all this season. It’s a repeat of last season, and while the players they’ve been giving starts to this season have actually given the Halos more than you would ever think they would, it just isn’t enough to carry the team.

2.) The depth players haven’t produced – Cameron Maybin is batting .202 and has lost playing time to Ben Revere, who’s batting only .239. Danny Espinosa is batting .142 and has more strikeouts than total bases. That ineptitude has led to playing time for Cliff Pennington, who’s taken advantage of it to the tune of a .219 batting average. Luis Valbuena just finally returned after missing the first several weeks of the season. The Angels’ new additions have not given them what they needed from the bottom half of the order. This problem has been exacerbated by Trout missing five games over the last week. This team without Trout is just plain bad.

3.) Crucial mistakes at inopportune times – The defense has actually been pretty good overall, but they still seem to suffer from a lack of focus at the worst possible times, particularly Pennington, who has made several poor defensive plays as well as on the base paths. A team that employs Yunel Escobar is going to suffer their fair share of mistakes, but even players like Trout, Maybin, and Jefry Marte. have made egregious mistakes at times. Those kinds of things can work together to cost you a few wins a year.

4.) The bottom line – My prediction was overly optimistic. I thought the starting pitching, led by Richards and Matt Shoemaker, would stay healthy and just effective enough. I thought the bullpen would be long, versatile, and effective, particularly with Cam Bedrosian shutting the door. I thought the improvements in left field and at second base and catcher would push this lineup above league average. I thought C.J. Cron would stay healthy and break out. You get where I’m going. Maybe the Angels will get all their missing pitchers back and put together the staff I thought they’d have. Maybe those new additions will finally bounce back and bring depth to the lineup. Maybe it’s a case of all those mistakes being bunched together to make it seem like there’s a problem that’s not really there. More likely, they are what most people thought they’d be; a team that would be lucky to finish around .500.

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Has Ricky Nolasco Become The Ace of The Angels? /ricky-nolasco-become-ace-angels/ Wed, 10 May 2017 20:04:59 +0000 /?p=6221 The Los Angeles Angels acquired veteran Ricky Nolasco last August from the Minnesota Twins to stabilize the backend of the rotation. That’s not how it’s worked out as Nolasco has become arguably the best pitcher for the Halos in 2017. Yes, injuries have knocked out plenty of his competition, but no one can say he’s […]

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The Los Angeles Angels acquired veteran Ricky Nolasco last August from the Minnesota Twins to stabilize the backend of the rotation. That’s not how it’s worked out as Nolasco has become arguably the best pitcher for the Halos in 2017.

Yes, injuries have knocked out plenty of his competition, but no one can say he’s not doing his job. The Angels didn’t bring in Nolasco to be the leader of the rotation. His last start on Monday has shown that he’s more than capable of taking on bigger role.

Against the Athletics on Monday, Nolasco went seven strong innings and struck out 10 batters. He didn’t earn the victory, but he definitely kept the Halos in the ball game. According to Alex Espinoza, Nolasco had this to say after Monday’s game.

“We’ve just got to keep doing our job,” Nolasco said. “It’s a team game. We can’t be worried about what those guys [the hitters] are doing. There’s going to be a lot of games where those guys pick us up, especially with the good offense that we have. They’re going to be picking us up when we’re struggling.”

This season Nolasco is 2-2 with a 4.31 ERA in seven starts with 37 strikeouts and just seven walks. The home run ball has hurt him quite a few times, but that might be his only weakness. He won’t be making any All-Star teams, but I think it’s time to admit it Angels fan.

Ricky Nolasco has become the ace of the team whether we want him to be or not.

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Angels To Remain Cautious With Mike Trout; DL Unlikely /angels-remain-cautious-mike-trout-dl-unlikely/ Wed, 10 May 2017 17:15:29 +0000 /?p=6218 The Angels are crossing their fingers that their face of the franchise, Mike Trout, will not have to be placed on the DL. Trout’s left hamstring is still not 100 percent. Baseball’s best player had to do something yesterday that was a first for him in his professional career. While it seems unbelievable, he sat […]

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The Angels are crossing their fingers that their face of the franchise, Mike Trout, will not have to be placed on the DL. Trout’s left hamstring is still not 100 percent.

Baseball’s best player had to do something yesterday that was a first for him in his professional career. While it seems unbelievable, he sat out for a fourth straight game and for the fifth time in the last six. Rumor has it that he will do some running drills today to go along with some outfield work. ESPN.com explains all the latest relative to Trout. Suffice to say, the 25-year-old hates having to play the waiting game. At the same time, he understands the whole cliché of playing it safe.

“‘I want to play, but we’ve got to be smart,’ Trout said Tuesday, before he had spoken to Angels manager Mike Scioscia. ‘They don’t want me to go out there to run 50 percent. It’s smart. It’s definitely better. I’ll take BP today.’”

According to Manager Mike Scioscia, Trout is more mobile than he was a couple days back. That is an extremely encouraging sign to say the least. However, the head honcho also indicated that the team does not want to rush things. Not one bit. Considering the type of ballplayer Trout is, the Halos want the best possible version of Trout on the playing grounds.

On Monday, the two-time AL MVP underwent an MRI. Based on what GM Billy Eppler exhibited, the results of it were deemed “‘normal and clean.’”

Trout said that yesterday’s batting practice session was a crucial step for him. Be that as it may, the time away from the field is something he is not happy about. He would much rather be contributing instead of spectating. But he grasps that he can only do so much right now.

“‘It’s not fun. You can just cheer on your guys. What more can you do?’ he said. ‘I eat seeds, chew some gum and go from there.’”

In a perfect world, the Angels want to keep the five-tool superstar away from the dreaded DL. That is their hope at this point in time. Likewise, it is the hope burning within every single Angels fan.

“‘We sure hope so. We never anticipated this being a DL,’ Scioscia said. ‘… But we’re going to give him all the time he needs, because we just don’t want him healthy, we want him doing what he needs to do to be that special player.’”

In light of Trout’s absence, Cameron Maybin started in center field for the fourth straight contest.

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Angels Rally Early to top A’s /angels-rally-early-top/ Wed, 10 May 2017 06:12:18 +0000 /?p=6214 Mike Trout was not in the Angels lineup, no problem the Halos bats lit up tonight and racked up seven runs against the Oakland Athletics. Angels snag the victory Here’s what we learned from today’s game We don’t need Mike Trout all the time. Who doesn’t like Mike? Best player in the game, and that […]

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Mike Trout was not in the Angels lineup, no problem the Halos bats lit up tonight and racked up seven runs against the Oakland Athletics. Angels snag the victory

Here’s what we learned from today’s game

We don’t need Mike Trout all the time.

Who doesn’t like Mike? Best player in the game, and that smile that gets you every time. Thankfully Healed up and resting, Albert Pujols leading the surge with his 596th home run. Then Ben Revere providing some power tying the game in the second with a solo homer. Escobar hit a home run of his own and Pennington turning in a solid night at the plate, scoring a combined six RBI’s between them.

Alex Meyer can hold is own in the Big leagues

He did give up just three runs but he went 5 innings. Walking five but he struck out seven. Meyer proved he deserves to be in the bigs. Getting his first win of the season. Only one hitter burned him and it was Yonder Alonso. If he can keep the pitch count down and the walks to a minimum he will turn into a productive big leaguer.

Injuries, injuries, injuries.

Mike Trout is still recovering from hamstring tightness. Simmons feels great enough to swing the bat but went 0-4 in his return. Richards will remain on the DL for some time. As far as other  arms Bedrosian and Street are still in recovery.

Tomorrow Jesse Chavez looks for redemption against his former team. Angels split the series winning 7-3

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