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LA Times: Several pieces have to fall in place for Angels to succeed


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Key factors include how Albert Pujols, Josh Hamilton and David Freese bounce back from subpar seasons; how the newcomers to the pitching staff perform, and who picks up the slack for the run production lost when Mark Trumbo was traded.

TEMPE, Ariz. -- Doomed from the start. No phrase better captures the last two playoff-free seasons for the Angels, who were 18-25 and eight games back in the American League West by mid-May 2012 and 15-27 and 12 games back by mid-May 2013.rQOJBZWfPpI

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"Pujols seems to play better with a chip on his shoulder, and with health concerns added to doubts about his worth relative to his massive contract, he'll have plenty to prove."

Albert Pujols retired after the 2011 season. Strange as he was only 31 then. Arte signed the Albert Pujols.


Good to see Scioscia is willing to roll with Calhoun in the Leadoff spot. I like how the skipper is being flexible in his decision making and not going all Jim Tracy.

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