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Scioscia not worried about offense

Angels have faltered with runners in scoring position, but manager remains patient

Updated: April 9, 2010, 12:58 PM ET
By Mark Saxon | ESPNLosAngeles.com

ANAHEIM -- It's in there somewhere, they insist.

Buried in this Los Angeles Angels lineup is the heart of a lion, they think. So, why is it beating as faintly as a mouse's right now?

Maybe it's the cycles of a season, just a short stretch of games signifying little. Maybe some guys had aberrant seasons in 2009 and they're bound to fall back to earth this year. Maybe it's somewhere in between.

The next course of action, apparently, is to do nothing. At least that was manager Mike ...

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