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Angels Augment Pujols, Trout With Hamilton

Matthew Emmons/US Presswire

Well, we have the Angels’ answer.

The Dodgers traded for first baseman Adrian Gonzalez, right-hander Josh Beckett and outfielder Carl Crawford. The Dodgers signed righty Zack Grienke and Ryu Hyun-jin. The Dodgers this, the Dodgers that, and finally Angels owner Arte Moreno said enough.

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