ANAHEIM -- For weeks, Mike Scioscia searched for it, fumbling around grasping blindly at times. He needed to find a button that would spring his listless team to life.
He tried a few things, tinkering mostly with the personnel of an ailing bullpen and a bench that was hardly there. Some guys came up. Some guys went down. But it wasn't until Friday that Scioscia found the switch that appears to have finally given the Los Angeles Angels the confidence they left behind in Arizona.