It is only late December, and already the offseason for the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim feels like it's winding down. Most of the big fish that dominated the post-Word Series headlines have already been caught and what remains is little more than bait for future trade hooks. Two monsters still lurk the depths, but each appears to be circling one lone lure, searching for another to compare it with. Matt Holliday and Jason Bay have received sizable offers from the St. Louis Cardinals and New York Mets respectively, and no team has been reported to match either. The Angels were once targeted as a key player in the Bay sweepstakes, but chose to turn their focus on pitching, which is to say they went full bore after Roy Halladay and came up empty-handed. As for Holliday, the closest the two s ...
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