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Winter ball roundup: Dominican League

After short stay for top prospect Franco, others shine in LIDOM
January 27, 2021

Without a Minor League season in 2020, top prospects headed to various locations across the globe for offseason work. Over the next few weeks, will look at the highlights from winter ball seasons worldwide. First up: the Dominican Winter League. Season summary Perhaps baseball’s most iconic current winter circuit,

Prospects in the Angels’ 2020 player pool

Los Angeles relies upon quality over quantity in shortened season
July 10, 2020

As part of the new rules for the 2020 Major League season, each of the 30 organizations will maintain a 60-man player pool for the duration of the campaign. Some members of the player pool will feature on the active Major League roster while others will work out at an

Adell, Jackson shine for potent Angels

Precocious prospects help organization total 609 homers
November 4, 2019

Each offseason, goes position by position across each system and honors the players -- regardless of age or prospect status -- who had the best seasons in their organization. Click here to locate your favorite club.If you take a quick glance at the record of each Angels affiliate, it looks as

Quartet of Bees make history in Burlington

Soriano, Robinson, Yan, Sykes work overtime in 10-inning no-no
August 27, 2019

Jonathan Van Eaton had watched similar scenes unfold a few times this season. The Class A Burlington pitching coach wasn't about to get ahead of himself until the game was officially over.But Angels No. 10 prospect Jose Soriano, Parker Joe Robinson, 17th-ranked Hector Yan and Chad Sykes combined to throw a

Yan twirls more hitless ball for Bees

Angels No. 29 prospect extends no-hit streak to 11 1/3 frames
June 20, 2019

As Hector Yan threw from the mound at Community Field on Thursday night, he didn't want to think about the past. His mind narrowed in on the next pitch. When it was gone, the next one again entered his headspace.So as the No. 29 Angels prospect barreled through 6 1/3

Yan, Duensing combine on Bees' one-hitter

Burlington falls one out short of first no-no since August 2008
June 15, 2019

Hector Yan and Cole Duensing were sharp for Class A Burlington on Saturday night. In fact, they were oh-so-close to history.The Bees were one out away from their first no-hitter since 2008 when Peoria's Ivan Herrere singled to left-center field off Duensing. The right-hander closed the game out on the