Angels acquire infielder Tommy La Stella from Cubs

Blash, an eighth-round draft pick of the Seattle Mariners in 2010, did not provide a viable solution to the Angels’ woes. He is a prolific triple-A hitter — he owns a 1.000 on-base-plus-slugging percentage with 244 RBIs in 318 games at that level — but he has not translated that success to the major leagues. After joining the Angels via a spring-training trade with the New York Yankees, he shuttled between triple-A Salt Lake and Anaheim all season, pairing his minor league batting average of .317 with a paltry .103 average in 24 major league games. He has batted .186 with a .306 OBP and 35 runs scored in 123 games since debuting with the San Diego Padres in 2016.


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