Always room for improvement
Originally Published: October 28, 2005By Rob Neyer | ESPN Insider
I'll remember the moment as long as I'm alive. It was March 2003, and I was in Angels general manager Bill Stoneman's office in Phoenix. Five months earlier, the Anaheim Angels had won the World Series. Of the 25 players on the Angels' World Series roster, 24 were slated for the Opening Day roster in 2003.
I asked Stoneman whether he hadn't been tempted to shake up the roster a bit.
His response? "We wanted to stay more the same."
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