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3 things we'd like Santa to leave under the LA Angels' tree

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Oct 17, 2021; Cumberland, Georgia, USA; Los Angeles Dodgers relief pitcher Kenley Jansen (74)
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It's Holiday season, and the LA Angels have quite a few items on their Christmas List.

Some are more high up on the list than others, and some are more reasonable than others. That being said, if Santa came by and dropped three gifts at Angel Stadium for our team, it's clear as to which three we'd like to see the most.

All three aren't too much to ask for, and we're more than deserving. After the bad luck we received last year with injuries, we deserve some presents to pick us up and put us up to where we're supposed to be as a franchise.

No. 3 thing we'd like Santa to leave under the LA Angels' tree: Trevor Story

Here's the thing about the LA Angels asking for Trevor Story, as opposed to who lots of people are suggesting is the better free agent in Carlos Correa: If we ask for Story, then Santa will have enough resources left to make us even better gifts to go along with this one. If we ask for Correa, regardless of if he's better or not, the Elves won't have enough to build many more presents of that worth to also put under the tree.

Correa is going to cost a lot this year, as he has been rumored to be looking for a mega deal that he's still diligently searching for. Everyone knows that Story is a cheaper gift than Correa. If we ask for Story on our Christmas List, Santa is more inclined to also drop these next two gifts under our tree.

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