By Chuck Richter - AngelsWin.com Executive EditorAngels' fans who followed Sean Rodriguez career through the minors have come to love the way Rodriguez played the game and were hopeful he'd be a part of the future with the club at some position on the field for many years.The Angels having the luxury of a deep crop of talented middle infielders already, combined with a need for a starting pitcher, traded Sean to the Tampa Bay Rays on August 29th. Joe Maddon's Rays seem poised to hand Sean the starting second base position in 2010. Sean clubbed 30 home runs this season, driving in 98 runs, while posting a 1.005 OPS in Triple-A for both the Salt Lake Bees and five games at the end of the season with the Durham Bulls, including a home run for Durham in the Triple-A Championship Game a...

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