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Angels' offense coming together

It took a while, but after a 6-5 win at Chicago, the power game is working for L.A.

Updated: May 21, 2010, 12:05 PM ET
By Mark Saxon | ESPNLosAngeles.com

CHICAGO -- For Juan Rivera, it was a matter of calming himself down in the batter's box, getting back to the more patient approach that helped him have a career year in 2009. He's not looking for walks. He's looking for mistakes.

"Before, I was swinging at everything. Now, I'm looking for one pitch," Rivera said.

For Torii Hunter, it was just finding a spot in the lineup where he felt more comfortable. The same goes for Bobby Abreu. Step by step, game by game, this Los Angeles ...

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