Hardball Talk "Well, that progressed from rumor to trade in a hurry. Ken Rosenthal of FOXSports.com reports that the Angels have traded center fielder Peter Bourjos to the Cardinals for third baseman David Freese. Obviously the Angels are betting that Freese will bounce back following a down 2013 and the..." November 22
The Angels want pitching,and sources say they've indicated a willingness to other teams to trade Peter Bourjos or/and Mark Trumbo to get it.
Hardball Talk "Angels outfielder Peter Bourjos will likely require surgery to insert a pin into his broken wrist reports Mike DiGiovanna of the L.A. Times. Bourjos was hit by a Jordan Lyles pitch on June 29 and immediately went on the DL. He returned on August 16 but in the 15 games in which he has played since..." September 07
X-rays on #Angels CF Peter Bourjos show broken bone in right wrist hasn't healed completely. Has thrown but no swinging. More X-rays Fri.
#Angels OF Peter Bourjos said he has fracture in R wrist. Out 2-3 weeks. Said it could have been worse but will go on DL.
Two things official after this game: Peter Bourjos will be activated tomorrow, Jerome Williams will start Wednesday. #Angels
MLB.com "The Angels didn't just lose a tough game on Monday night -- they lost their center fielder, and possibly their fill-in third baseman. Peter Bourjos hurt his left hamstring while legging out a sacrifice bunt in the top of the 11th of an eventual 10-8, 19-inning loss to the A's and will be placed..." April 30
Orange County Register "Standing in the outfield Bermuda grass, his red socks hiked higher than his hopes, Angels center fielder Peter Bourjos still won't let himself get too comfortable. The third-year veteran knows that his playing time, his starts in center field and the nearly everyday opportunity to develop..." March 27
Orange County Register "For Peter Bourjos, it's like 2012 never happened. "After the season, I took a long break mentally and just didn't even think about it," the Angels outfielder said, referring to a season in which he hit .220 with a .291 on-base percentage. There's no question the numbers were disappointing, but..." February 18