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Would the real Angels team please stand up...


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They just have to stay around .500 until they get this mess straightened out.  Any team who is .500 or better in this division at the All Star Break can suddenly get hot and rip off 7-10 wins in a row, and then suddenly you're in the race for sure.  AO is right on the baserunners, and we all know they need a legitimate LF'er and DH, or someone in this organization to suddenly blossom (looking unlikely).

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They just have to stay around .500 until they get this mess straightened out. Any team who is .500 or better in this division at the All Star Break can suddenly get hot and rip off 7-10 wins in a row, and then suddenly you're in the race for sure. AO is right on the baserunners, and we all know they need a legitimate LF'er and DH, or someone in this organization to suddenly blossom (looking unlikely).

http://www.baseball-reference.com/minors/player.cgi?id=cowart001kal&mobile=false

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2/5 of the rotation stinks(Weav, Shoemaker) and CJ Wilson is starting to turn back into a pumpkin. His ERA is getting closer and closer to going over 4. The bullpen has no reliable 7th inning guy. It went from ridiculously deep to basically just Smith/Street after the losses of Jepsen and Grilli. The offense is bad. Right now, what we're looking at is a team with a very bad offense and a questionable rotation with a thin bullpen. Being at .500 sounds about right

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2/5 of the rotation stinks(Weav, Shoemaker) and CJ Wilson is starting to turn back into a pumpkin. His ERA is getting closer and closer to going over 4. The bullpen has no reliable 7th inning guy. It went from ridiculously deep to basically just Smith/Street after the losses of Jepsen and Grilli. The offense is bad. Right now, what we're looking at is a team with a very bad offense and a questionable rotation with a thin bullpen. Being at .500 sounds about right

Not resigning Grilli, then trading Jepsen for Joyce was not so good

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