Scioscia pondering offensive options
Angels skipper says reserves might get more of a shot
ANAHEIM -- The Angels' offensive struggles in May and June have been well-documented.Much has been made of the Angels' .224 batting average during that stretch and their 31 combined home runs in May and June is among the American League's worst. And they've scored more than five runs just four times in the past 39 games. But one stat that has been overlooked is the team's on-base percentage. That mark of .318 is the third worst in the AL. It's a far cry from the .345 on-base percentage last season that was the AL's third best.
Rhett Bollinger is an associate reporter for MLB.com. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.