The Los Angeles Angels were one of the key players of the offseason, vying for right-hander Zack Greinke and ultimately landing slugger Josh Hamilton, along with pitchers Jason Vargas and Ryan Madson. These moves came a year after Los Angeles signed Albert Pujols and C.J. Wilson. While the team has frequently made splashes over the past few seasons, general manager Jerry Dipoto told Mike DiGiovanna of The Los Angeles Times that he doesn't foresee any "high-profile moves" occurring this summer.
“You’re always looking for ways to get better, to maybe find some smaller pieces to contribute, but the high-profile moves? I wouldn’t suspect that we’re looking for those. I don’t know that we can acquire a better starting pitcher than Jason Vargas, and the bullpen has been very good.”