The Los Angeles Angels find themselves in uncharted waters; this is a team that hasn't been bad for a very long time. Since Mike Scioscia took the reins as manager in 2000, the Angels have played near .500 baseball every year and have made the postseason six times. They entered each of the past two seasons with World Series aspirations, but they enter Friday's action with a 60-72 record, easily out of the playoff race, and headed to their worst winning percentage since 1999. As Buster Olney wrote on Thursday, owner Arte Moreno may have to decide on keeping Scioscia or GM Jerry Dipoto after the disappointing results...
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