Grandal, 30, is likely the best hitting catcher remaining on the open market after blasting more than 20 home runs in three consecutive seasons. The one-time All-Star has spent the last four campaigns with the Los Angeles Dodgers, slashing .238/.337/.453 over 510 games.
The backstop rejected a qualifying offer from the Dodgers following the season so any team that signs him will have to forfeit a compensatory draft pick to his former squad.
The Angels are currently poised to enter 2019 with Kevan Smith as their starting catcher; Grandal would represent a significant upgrade.
The catching landscape got a little clearer Sunday when it was reported the New York Mets had signed Wilson Ramos to a two-year contract. The Mets were one of the teams interested in Grandal before inking Ramos.