What's with GMs this year? Did someone get hold of an illicit photograph with all of them in it?
I've never been the biggest fan of Stoneman, given he hasn't managed to maximize his prospects very well, but with his lack of major moves, he also hasn't made any major mistakes. I wonder if we'll hear why he stepped down.
It's strange, a lot of GMs leaving the position without being fired...
Bill Stoneman is stepping down as the Angels' general manager and taking a consultant role with the team.
According to CBS Sportsline, the Angels are leaning towards going with their director of player development, Tony Reagins, as his their successor. Still, it'd be a surprise if they didn't at least check in with Walt Jocketty first. The Angels have reached the postseason four times in the last six years under Stoneman.