SAN DIEGO At the end of a very bizarre, very long, very emotionally deflating day, the Angels were left with two important issues that now define their season.
First, they are clearly an offensively challenged team that continually fails to produce with runners in scoring position. Second, injuries are beginning to take a toll.
That's a bad combination for a team that has yet to establish a winning profile, that looks good one day but horrible the next, that can't seem to do the things that mark a championship team.
Where do they go from here? After losing two of three games to the San Diego Padres a team with a worse record than their own the Angels are forced into making some unexpected moves.
Following a 3-2 loss in 13 innings at Petco Park, manager Mike Scioscia said that left fielder Vernon Wells and backup outfielder Ryan Langerhans would not accompany the club to Oakland after both were injured during the game. Scioscia said both will be evaluated Monday and are probab...