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Similar to the last issue, the Angels haven't been good at getting on base in general.
They are 27th in the Majors in on-base percentage (.295) which could be attributed to their low amount of walks but also their lack of hitting from the lineup.
Howie Kendrick is leading the team in batting average but is only hitting .282. The team is hitting a mediocre .247 which places them as the 17th best team in the MLB.
Again, this lack of production could be placed on the early struggles from Pujols, who is still only hitting .190 with just one home run since he signed his monster contract to come to the Angels. However, baseball is a sport which requires a team effort and teams can't simply be carried by one player all the time.
If their hitting does improve, the Angels are going to have base runners to drive in but as of right now, they may be hard pressed to get them.