Brennan Boesch RF/DH LAA 15 Days

Boesch has elected free agency.

Rather than accept his outright assignment to Triple-A, Boesch has, predictably, chosen to explore other opportunities. The 29-year-old went just 14-for-75 (.187 average) in 27 games with the major league team this season, but he hit .332/.381/.636 with 25 homers at Triple-A Salt Lake, and figures to draw interest this winter as a lefty bench bat.

Brennan Boesch RF/DH LAA 17 Days

The Angels designated Boesch for assignment Tuesday.

Boesch clubbed 25 homers in 95 games with Triple-A Salt Lake this season, but he hit just .227/.239/.364 upon his return to the major league team in September, resulting in his absence from the ALDS roster. The 29-year-old lefty has plenty of pop, which alone should make him intriguing to teams this offseason, though he's likely best suited for a reserve role.

Brennan Boesch RF/DH LAA 22 Days

Boesch was not included on the Angels' ALDS roster, Mike DiGiovanna of the Los Angeles Times reports.

Boesch put together an outstanding season at Triple-A Salt Lake, finishing with a .332/.381/.636 batting line, 25 homers and 85 RBI in 95 games. He hit just .187/.203/.293 with two homers in 27 games with the big club, however, and apparently the Angels prefer Efren Navarro as a lefty DH option.

Brennan Boesch RF/DH LAA 1 Month

Boesch went 1-for-4 with a home run and two RBI in a loss to the Rangers on Friday.

Boesch didn't have the best night in sum, as he struck out in each of his other three at-bats, but was able to unload off Lisalverto Bonilla in the fifth inning for the two-run shot. the 29-year-old now has two home runs and three RBI in his last four games.

Brennan Boesch RF/DH LAA 1 Month

Boesch went 2-for-4 with a home run and two runs scored in a win over the Mariners on Monday.

Boesch has seen limited action since being called up Sept. 2, as he came into the contest with two hits in 17 at-bats over that span. The left-hander slugged .636 with 25 homers in 95 games at Triple-A Salt Lake this season, but will likely be a part-time player for the Halos in the final two weeks of the season.

Brennan Boesch RF/DH LAA 2 Months

Boesch was recalled from Triple-A Salt Lake on Tuesday, Alden Gonzalez of MLB.com reports.

As expected, Boesch's name was included among the players recalled after Salt Lake's season ended Monday. Boesch put together an outstanding season at the Triple-A level (.332/.381/.636 with 25 homers in 95 games), and it seems he may see frequent starts at DH against right-handed pitching over the final weeks of the regular season. He's starting and batting eighth Tuesday against the Astros' Brad Peacock.

Brennan Boesch RF/DH LAA 2 Months

The Angels optioned Boesch to Triple-A Salt Lake following Wednesday's game, MLB.com's Alden Gonzalez reports.

Boesch went just 1-for-18 after being called up last week, so the Angels decided he would be the player taken off the roster to make room for bullpen reinforcements.

Brennan Boesch RF/DH LAA 2 Months

Boesch was recalled from Triple-A Salt Lake on Tuesday.

Boesch has quietly put together an outstanding season at Triple-A Salt Lake (.326/.380/.625 with 22 homers in 84 games), and he's finally been rewarded with a promotion back to the big club. He'll serve as the designated hitter and bat seventh against Phillies right-hander Jerome Williams on Tuesday, and it seems Boesch man see regular time at DH moving forward, making him an interesting target in AL-only and deeper mixed formats.

Brennan Boesch RF/DH LAA 6 Months

Angels optioned OF Brennan Boesch to Triple-A Salt Lake.

The 29-year-old outfielder appeared in nine games with the Angels, slashing .231/.231/.308 with no RBI and two strikeouts. He'll continue to function as organizational depth.

Brennan Boesch RF/DH LAA 6 Months

Angels recalled OF Brennan Boesch from Triple-A Salt Lake.

The Angels are piecing together an outfield with Josh Hamilton and Kole Calhoun on the disabled list. Boesch had two home runs and nine RBI through the first 13 games with Salt Lake and will be a bench bat for the Angels.