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L.A. Angels Should Bring Back 4-Man Rotation for the Stretch Run

The offense has officially come back to Earth, and it has hit the ground with a thud.

So naturally, the issue that needs to be addressed is pitching.

Once the most prolific lineup in baseball, the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim have scored just 34 runs in their last eight games.

Compare that to their 35-run barrage during a three-game sweep in Minnesota earlier this month.

But as good as they've been, the Angels bats have really overachieved during the last two months, scoring at a rate this franchise has never seen. So the recent hitting slump is nothing manager Mike Scioscia hasn't dealt with, and overcome, before.

In the past, the Angels have relied on outstanding pitching—from the starters and the relievers—to back their below avera...

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