4 Reasons the Los Angeles Angels Will Go Door to Door in the AL West

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4 Reasons the Los Angeles Angels Will Go Door to Door in the AL West
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Pujols and the Angels will try to dominate in 2013

After stumbling down the stretch in 2012, the Los Angeles Angels will look to rebound against a new-look AL West in 2013.

There is a lot to look forward to for Angels fans this coming year.  Mike Scioscia returns to the helm with a renewed contract, while Mike Trout will compete in his first full season at the major league level.  On the mound, Jered Weaver will look to make another run at the AL Cy Young.

The Angels’ rotation will also see some changes in 2013.  

Rental pitcher Zack Greinke moves north on Interstate 5, having signed a record deal with the Dodgers, and Dan Haren will spend at least a year with the Washington Nationals

Ervin Santana was also traded to the Royals for prospects.

Luckily for the Angels, they are not the only team with questions in the West.  Here are four reasons the Angels outplay the field in 2013.

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