Angels head home despite big stars, high salaries
ANAHEIM, Calif. -- The Los Angeles Angels went out and got Albert Pujols and C.J. Wilson. They might end up having the youngest MVP in baseball history and a Cy Young winner.
They've also got plenty of time to ponder how it all went wrong after the most anticipated season in franchise history ended with a fizzle.
The Angels finished third in the AL West at 89-73, a record good enough to win the AL Central or to earn a wild-card berth in the NL. Instead, the franchise with Pujols, ...
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