Updated: May 2, 2003, 7:53 AM ETBy Jim Baker
American League Anaheim Angels: There has never been any doubt about it: Brad Fullmer can hit a baseball. Whether he can do it against both right- and left-handers remains to be seen. He's leading the American League with a .392 batting average headed into May and is proving to be a big bargain for the Angels, who got him at a greatly reduced rate in 2003 after allowing him to become a free agent. His hot start is giving manager Mike Scioscia cause to consider playing him every day, writes Bill Shaikin of the Los Angeles Times. Fullmer has a .601 OPS against left-handers over the past three seasons.
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