Angels ramp up the defensive shifts under new manager Brad Ausmus

The Angels are on pace for more than 1,000 defensive shifts this season, a striking increase from their 648 shifts in 2018. Those numbers reflect a marked contrast between the approach under new manager Brad Ausmus and former manager Mike Scioscia, who wasn’t always quick to embrace the defensive...

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