It all starts with Mike Trout, but where does it all end? The Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim enjoyed themselves a nice year in 2014. Coming up two wins shy of the franchise record 100 wins, the meteoric rise of Mike Trout saw the young star finally capture the American League Most Valuable Player award that he'd had coming to him for three seasons. Albert Pujols managed 159 games after missing 63 games the previous season and provided value for a club that invested heavily in his talents (more on that later). The 2014 version of the Angels were super-powered by their offense, leading the AL...
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