The city council of Tustin, one of the cities in discussion as a potential landing place for the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim, should the club indeed part ways with Anaheim, held a closed-door meeting Tuesday night.
The Los Angeles Angels ended negotiations Friday afternoon with the city of Anaheim for a new angel stadium lease without any agreement.
The Angels’ four-year absence from the playoffs is embarrassing for an organization with a sky-high payroll and equally lofty expectations, but they seem capable of ending the drought if the club’s various pieces finally add up properly.
Hitting coach Jim Eppard and bench coach Rob Picciolo will not return to the Los Angeles Angels next season.
Anaheim is hardly out of the American League West race, just three games behind leader Texas and 2 1/2 games behind second-place Seattle, but owner Arte Moreno has already told general manager Tony Reagins not to spend any more money this season, ESPNLosAngeles.com’s Mark Saxon writes.