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New Angels manager Ron Washington puts team on notice

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Absolutely nothing is expected from the Los Angeles Angels in 2024. Just don’t say that to new manager Ron Washington.

Washington put the team on notice during an interview with Foul Territory. He stated that he expects everyone to pull their weight and, if not, they will no longer be a part of the team.

Washington is one of the more respected coaches in the game. The former Rangers manager has been lauded for his work with younger players, especially around the infield. His impact has been felt around the league with the likes of Dansby Swanson, Freddie Freeman and others benefiting from his tutelage and wisdom. 

The Angels are hoping that can make a difference going forward. They are facing a rebuilding period now that Shohei Ohtani departed for the Dodgers, relying more on their young players than they have in the recent past. Washington is renowned for his ability to work with those youngsters, helping mold them into solid major-league options. His patience is well-known throughout the game.

That patience can be tested as well. Washington expects his players to work and strive to get better. He made it clear that if they are not going to put in the effort, they will no longer be a part of the team. It is a message that the Angels needed to hear.

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