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After another disappointing finish to their season, we take a look at some of the bright spots for the Los Angeles Angels in 2020.
Even before COVID-19 cast its shadow on Major League Baseball and delayed much of the 2020 season, expectations were tepid at best for the Los Angeles Angels. While they could offensively hang with any team in the league, pitching was once again going to be a question mark that hung over the roster.
Those same expectations improved slightly when the 2020 season was shortened to a 60-game sprint and the playoff field was expanded to 16 teams.