• Wells remains focused on role with Angels

    Summary of 2 articles · Updated Feb 25, 2013
    "My kids," Wells said Monday morning. "It just stinks for them," Wells said. "It has nothing to do with me. "I want to give them every reason to make it a hard decision, and I'm sure Peter's going to do the same," said Wells, who had a single in two at-bats and misplayed a line drive in left field. "But we have fun with it. So on Sunday afternoon, shortly after checking out of his first spring game, he had already found out that Curtis Granderson would miss 10 weeks with a broken forearm, that the Yankees may be looking for another outfielder and that, naturally, his name would be thrown around.
    Source: MLB.com
    • Wells plans to retire at 35 after 2014 season

      When Vernon Wells' seven-year, $126 million contract comes to an end in two years, so will his baseball career. The Angels outfielder, owed $42 million over the next two seasons, plans to retire at the end of 2014, even though he'll be only 35.
      Source: MLB.com

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