You know the story: the Angels play well, someone gets hurt. They start playing poorly then turn it around. Someone gets hurt again and then repeat the cycle. Over, and over, and over.
There’s light at the end of the tunnel with money coming off the books and young talent blossoming, but before we get to the offseason of optimism, we have to continue to deal with the season of “what ifs?”. As the Angels sit 10 games back of the AL Wild Card with only 16 games left in the season, they’ve been hit with even more injuries.