Tommy Gilligan-USA TODAY Sports

After yet another disastrous season in Anaheim, the Los Angeles Angels are cleaning house completely.

One day after firing manager Brad Ausmus, the Angels have decided to move on from pitching coach Doug White.

Like Ausmus, White spent just one season with the Angels. He led a pitching staff that ranked 25th in team ERA and in the bottom half in batting average allowed.

This is a clear indication that the Angels are going to make sweeping changes. It also leads us to believe that a new manager will have his pick of a coaching staff.

That could potentially end up being former Chicago Cubs skipper Joe Maddon, who was let go by his team this past weekend.