LA Angels: Will Josh Hamilton Be More Valuable Than Albert Pujols in 2013?

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LA Angels: Will Josh Hamilton Be More Valuable Than Albert Pujols in 2013?
Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports
Hamilton will bat behind Pujols in the Angels' lineup.

The Los Angeles Angels made headlines in the offseason when they signed Josh Hamilton to a five-year, $125 million contract.

The left-handed slugger will bat No. 4 in a dynamic offense that will also feature Albert Pujols. The two stars together account for 14 All-Star game selections and four MVP awards. 

With $33.4 million of the 2013 payroll (22.7 percent) going to Pujols and Hamilton alone, expectations are high for the duo in Southern California. Their combined production will go a long way in determining whether the season ends in success or disappointment.

But which player will be more valuable to the team in 2013?

Comparing Josh Hamilton and Albert Pujols across a variety of statistical categories will reveal one to be decidedly more valuable.

*Numbers are taken from my 2013 projected stats.

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