Biggest Winners and Losers of MLB Week 2

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Biggest Winners and Losers of MLB Week 2
Kelvin Kuo-USA TODAY Sports
Albert Pujols, Mike Trout and Josh Hamilton were able to provide a much-needed spark for the Angels against Houston on Saturday night.

Moving deeper into the 2013 season, teams are starting to tinker with things in the lineup, starting rotation and bullpen. Some of these moves are necessary due to injuries, while others are just a sign of a manager looking for a spark. 

As much as everyone always says that it is foolish to panic two weeks into a 162-game schedule, you can feel the desperation in some corners of the Major League Baseball world. 

Things are starting to change all over the country, especially on the East Coast and Midwest. Temperatures are rising (supposedly), pitchers are getting their arms loose and throwing more pitches, hitters are getting their timing back. 

Now we are going to start to see some of the wheat separate from the chaff. But there is still plenty of work for all 30 teams. Before we look at what is to come in the middle and end of April, here are the biggest winners and losers from Week 2. 

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