Los Angeles Angels: Winners and Losers from First Month of Action

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Los Angeles Angels: Winners and Losers from First Month of Action
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The month of April was 30 days too long for the Los Angeles Angels and their fanbase.

Following the team's horrid start, what was set to be a blockbuster, history-making season for the club in 2013—a loaded lineup, loaded bank account and Cy Young talent at the front of the rotation—has quickly become more of an unrehearsed catastrophe.

Impressive—it only took the first month of the season to accomplish such chaos.

Now, as the team limps into May baseball at 9-17, more doubt surrounds the organization than anyone could have predicted. Whether it is injuries or the lack of offensive power from portions of "The Trio," the only good point to come out of April for the Angels is that the month is now history.

It's history, however, that the organization can learn from. With that in mind, as painful as it may be for the Halo faithful, let's take look back at the players who achieved for the Angels in the opening moth, and those who still need a little work. 


Note: All stats were provided courtesy of baseball-reference.com.

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