Jeff Fletcher, Redlands Daily Facts

Jeff Fletcher

Redlands Daily Facts

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Past articles by Jeff:

Angels’ Reid Detmers aims to be a 20-game winner

The 23-year-old lefty has improved his velocity since last year, when he had a 3.77 ERA in his first full season, which could help him jump to the next level. → Read More

Jo Adell blasts long opposite-field homer in Angels’ victory

Adell hits his second homer of the spring, his first since his first at-bat of the spring. Left-hander Tucker Davidson strikes out four and walks one in three innings and has 14 strikeouts and two … → Read More

Angels newcomer Hunter Renfroe brings a game-changing arm to outfield

Renfroe, who leads major league outfielders in assists over the past three seasons, said he get as much of a thrill out of throwing out a runner as he does from hitting a home run. → Read More

Angels’ Griffin Canning works three innings in second start of comeback – Orange County Register

Canning has allowed one run in five innings in two starts since returning from a back injury that cost him a season and a half. His fastball was 94-95 mph, which was harder than before he was hurt. → Read More

Angels’ Mickey Moniak off to a hot, healthy start in spring – Daily News

Moniak is having the best spring so far among the candidates to be the Angels’ fourth outfielder, but the team may opt to have him playing every day in the minors. → Read More

Angels belt four homers, end victory with spectacular defense

Brett Phillips, Anthony Rendon, Jordyn Adams and Mickey Moniak homer and the game ends with second baseman Adrian Placencia’s diving catch → Read More

Angels expect Shohei Ohtani to miss potential World Baseball Classic matchup with USA

Ohtani set to pitch for Japan in the WBC quarterfinals Thursday in Tokyo, then for the Angels on March 24 in Arizona, lining him up for Opening Day on March 30 → Read More

Angels owner Arte Moreno details why he isn’t selling the team – Daily News

In Sports Illustrated interview, Moreno explains ‘I didn’t want to go,’ as well as discussing his plans for soon-to-be free agent Shohei Ohtani → Read More

Angels lefty Aaron Loup joins Team USA for World Baseball Classic

Loup, 35, posted a 3.84 ERA with the Angels in 2022, the first year of a two-year deal he signed after he had an 0.95 ERA with the New York Mets in 2021. He is reportedly replacing Brooks Raley. → Read More

Angels prospect Jeremiah Jackson enjoys memorable week

One day after hitting a winning two-run homer, Jackson was loaned to Team USA as a fill-in player for its exhibition game against the Angels → Read More

Angels prospect Jeremiah Jackson enjoys memorable week

One day after hitting a winning two-run homer, Jackson was loaned to Team USA as a fill-in player for its exhibition game against the Angels → Read More

Angels star Mike Trout excited for imminent start of World Baseball Classic

Trout’s dream team faced his real team when Team USA played an exhibition against the Angels on Thursday. The game also offered some young Angels the chance to play in a star-studded lineup. → Read More

Angels lose to Team USA in final WBC tune-up

Tyler Anderson gave up a grand slam to Nolan Arenado in the 6-0 loss, spoiling his outing. The Angels had only five hits, including two from Taylor Ward. → Read More

Jeremiah Jackson homers in 9th to propel Angels past Rockies

Jackson, an Angels infield prospect, had been hitless in nine at-bats this spring before hitting a two-run homer for a 4-3 walk-off win. Chase Silseth pitches four innings. → Read More

Angels’ Brett Phillips confident in new swing despite slow start

Phillips, who spent winter working with Trent Woodward, has started the spring 1 for 19 with 11 strikeouts, but says more at-bats will help get his timing down → Read More

Angels collect 18 hits in victory over Padres

Jo Adell had two of the Angels’ hits, snapping an 0-for-15 slump. Left-hander Tucker Davidson worked three scoreless innings to start the 5-4 win for the Angels. → Read More

Angels’ Max Stassi adjusts to new style of catching – Daily News

Stassi, one of the only catchers in the majors sticking to the traditional squatting stance, has switched to one knee down and is hopeful for better results → Read More

Angels blank Guardians on five hits in Cactus League victory

The Angels have pitched two shutouts in their first 11 Cactus League games. Griffin Canning worked the first two innings, his first competitive game after missing 20 months with a back injury. → Read More

Angels’ Griffin Canning returns to mound after 20 months lost to injury – Orange County Register

Canning was one of the Angels’ best starters in 2020, but he struggled early in 2021 and then missed the second half with back troubles that also cost him all of 2022. Now he’s trying t… → Read More

Angels hard-throwing prospect Ben Joyce continues to impress in first spring training

Joyce hit 102 mph in his outing on Sunday, but manager Phil Nevin said his secondary pitches have been particularly impressive. Joyce was just drafted last July, but he’s fighting for a job i… → Read More