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Angels Down Snakes, Get On A Plane

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When all you have is a hammer, the whole world looks like a nail, and going into this weekend's series against the Diamondbacks, the Angels' offense looked like a whole row of ten-pennies waiting to get pounded in. Recently, Mike Scioscia confessed that while the team is awfully fond of on-base percentage (OBP) as an important statistic to measure for the team's offense, it really has a big crush on hitting with runners in scoring position, and especially, hitting with runners in scoring position with two outs.