(AP Photo)Angels starting pitchers have allowed fewer than 3 earned runs in 13 of the team's last 15 games.By Zach Stoloff -- Angelswin.com columnistIt’s been a funny season in Anaheim. The first month and a half of the year the Angels looked dead in the water, struggling to find an identity, an offense, and relying on a patchwork rotation to get by. Then, when healthy arms returned and were expected to carry the team, the offense came alive to do just that, but the starting pitching stayed cold. The entire lineup, one through nine, continued on a torrid pace through August but has since inexplicably gone south again. Luckily, the pitchers have finally started to pick up the slack.It’s no secret that the starting rotation has been on an absolute roll of late. This run...

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