Anthony Rendon is the boost the Angels offense needed


Hello, Halos Heaven. My name is Eric Stephen, and I will be writing here occasionally about the Angels.

My official title is producer for the California communities, but that’s just a fancy way of saying I’ll be writing a lot about baseball. My history is mostly Dodgers-related, having run True Blue LA for just shy of a decade, along with some general baseball writing at SB Nation dot com. In my new role, I’ll be getting back to my roots, which means Dodgers writing again, but I’ll also be writing about the Angels as well.

SP.0328.ANGELS.STADIUM.GF–– Spring Training atAngel Stadium in Palm Springs: a manicured diamond. LA

Old Angel Stadium in Palm Springs shared a parking lot with a library. Very quaint.
Photo by Gail Fisher/Los Angeles Times via Getty Images

I’ve been in Southern California my entire life, growing up in Palm Springs, followed by college in San Diego, and now in West Covina, almost equidistant from Angel Stadium and Dodger Stadium.

Writing about the Dodgers for so long, one of the most surprising things I noticed was how many Dodgers fans had animosity for the Angels, and vice versa. This was new to me, since I grew up liking both teams. I had both Dodgers and Angels games…

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