Angels midseason report card

The Halos have too many holes to fill to catch the Texas Rangers

Updated: July 13, 2010, 9:53 PM ET
By Mark Saxon | ESPNLosAngeles.com

A position-by-position breakdown through the first half of the season:

C Jeff Mathis C -- His hot hitting to start the season seemed a bit unusual given his usual production and it proved to be a fluke. After returning from a broken wrist, his offense has dive-bombed and he has been a bit more spotty behind the plate, especially with his throwing. When you bat ninth in this lineup, the manager doesn't have much faith in your bat. At times, the pitching has thrived more with Bobby Wilson ...

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