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Angels, Pujols Hoping to Find Consistency

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There's nothing to do here but wait.

That's what April is, at least what the Los Angeles Angels have made of it, since so far they've neither pitched nor hit with anything like the veracity of Arte Moreno's offseason pen strokes. They've not been very good or especially bad, so somewhere between the Texas Rangers' first 11 games and the Boston Red Sox's first 11 crises, that's where the Angels lay.

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