No. 2 pitcher LA Angels can acquire after MLB lockout to help fix rotation: Carlos Rodon
While Rodon had some durability concerns this year, he came back for the end of the regular season and the postseason, so he's fine health-wise right now. Rodon finished the season top five in Cy Young voting in 2021, a year he was also an All-Star in.
He flashed incredibly high potential, as he pitched to a tune of a 2.37 ERA and an insane 183 ERA+. Striking out 12.6 batters per nine innings, he's the type of power pitcher the Halos could use for sure. His 0.957 WHIP was tremendous, and he allowed just 6.2 hits per nine frames this season.
Truthfully, the only question surrounding Rodon was durability before this season. Whenever he was able to stay healthy in his career, he had pitched well, and that was the story this season as well. While there still is injury history here, it's tough to find many pitchers with higher ceilings than Rodon.