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LAA Kevin Pillar
Los Angeles Angels
OF: 77  
2024 Projected Value: $0
2024 Actual Value: $21 Difference: $21
Based on 10-team AL-only league

Player Stats      Daily Log
Year AB H R HR RBI BB SO SB AVG Rate
2024 proj 237 53 32 11 36 8 60 4 0.224 12.9
2024 128 39 22 7 28 8 23 6 0.305 35.4
2023 197 45 29 9 32 6 50 4 0.228 12.1
2022 12 1 1 0 0 1 4 0 0.083 -1.0

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6/08/24 Angels Notes: Astros Showdown, Kevin Pillar Importance, and Skaggs' Legacy. The Los Angeles Angels prepare to take on the Houston Astros at home, asserting their recent uplift in momentum following a noteworthy series against the Padres. Veteran Angels outfielder Kevin Pillar is embracing his role as a mentor, shaping the next generation of players. A former Angels infielder continues his professional baseball journey, signing with an American League powerhouse. After a season at Triple-A level with a National League team, he steps down to Double-A, aiming to revitalize his career with some new challenges.
Source: https://www.si.com/mlb/angels/angels-news/angels-n...
6/07/24 Angels' Kevin Pillar Reveals How He'll Know When It's Time to Retire. When does a professional athlete know when it's time to retire and move on to the next stage of his life and career? For Angels outfielder Kevin Pillar, 35, the answer is a little different. "The main reason to hang up this journey is not because I don't believe I can play at this level anymore, it's because I enjoy time with my family," Pillar told Trent Rush on the Under the Halo podcast. Pillar went on to explain that his role on the Angels, who are effectively rebuilding this season around a handful of young position players, involves more coaching than at any previous stop in his career.
Source: https://www.si.com/mlb/angels/angels-news/angels-k...
6/06/24 Angels hit 'the classroom' during this season of learning. Even though Kevin Pillar has spent 10 years in the major leagues, placing him at the top of the seniority list among the Angels' active position players, the 35-year-old outfielder was subjected to the same treatment as a rookie in the “classroom” on Saturday afternoon. Pillar had to explain to his teammates what happened the night before, when he took off from first base too early and was thrown out at second to end a one-run loss. “I talked about what I was thinking and feeling in that moment and what probably should have happened,” Pillar said. As a part of what Manager Ron Washington has often described as a season of growth for the Angels, they have been breaking down the previous day's mistakes every day at the end of the hitters meeting.
Source: https://www.redlandsdailyfacts.com/2024/06/06/ange...
6/03/24 Former Chicago White Sox' OF Made Baseball History with Torrid Stretch for Angels. After being let go by the Chicago White Sox earlier this season, veteran outfielder Kevin Pillar continues to do historic things for the Los Angeles Angels. Pillar, who just played his 21st game with the Halos, put together a first 20-game stretch unlike anything we've almost ever seen at the major league level. Kevin Pillar has a .400 batting average and 21 RBI in his 20 career games with the @Angels. Over the last 20 seasons, the only other MLB player to hit .400 and have 20+ RBI through 20 career games with a team is Matt Holliday with St. Louis in 2009.
Source: https://www.si.com/fannation/mlb/fastball/history/...
6/02/24 Knuckleballer Matt Waldron to start for Padres vs. Angels. Kevin Pillar has been the Los Angeles Angels' hottest hitter since the start of May, but he likely won't be in the lineup on Monday when the club hosts the San Diego Padres in Anaheim, Calif., for the opener of a three-game set. Pillar, who was signed on April 30 after electing to choose free agency following a stint with the White Sox, has found new life. After hitting just .160 (4-for-25) in 17 games with Chicago, Pillar has hit .389 (28-for-72) with five homers and 21 RBIs across 21 games with Los Angeles. Despite the gaudy numbers, Angels manager Ron Washington continues to use Pillar as a platoon player, starting him in center field against left-handed pitchers while the left-handed-hitting Mickey Moniak starts against right-handers.
Source: https://www.reuters.com/sports/baseball/knucklebal...

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