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When GM Tony Reagins said his Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim would look to solve their problems internally, he meant it. Sort of. On April 29, the Angels picked up infielder Kevin Frandsen off waivers from the Boston Red Sox. Frandsen, 28, spent six years bouncing back and forth between the minors and major leagues after he was drafted by the San Francisco Giants in 2004. His longest stay in the bigs came with the Giants in 2007 when he batted .269 with five home runs and 31 RBI in 109 games. But the Northern Californian's dream to stay by the bay eventually came to an end. Frandsen left his heart in San Francisco when he was traded on March 26 to the Boston Red Sox, who eventually released him after he hit .258 in 17 games for Triple-A Pawtucket. For his minor league career, Frandsen is a ...

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