Play on Tampa Bay at 7:10 ET. What a terrible April it has been for the Angels, who have opened at 6-11 (-$1095) and find themselves in last place of the AL West amidst so much hype prior to the season getting underway. Albert Pujols, off to arguably the worst start to any season in his career, is bearing the brunt of the criticism right now because he was the big free agent signing. But as a team, the Angels aren't doing much at all, averaging less than four runs per game overall while batting a collective .254. That continued yesterday in a 5-0 loss here at Tropicana Field to the Rays, in the series opener between these teams. That was already the third time the Halos have been shut out this season. Things don't figure to improve against Tampa Bay's Jeremy Hellickson, who looked great in his lone home start thus far, shutting down the Yankees and finishing just one out away from a complete game shutout, allowing only three hits. The Angels lost money in night games vs. righties last season (-$795) and while they have dropped five of seven, the Rays have won three in a row. While CJ Wilson, yet another free agent signee, has looked pretty good for LA so far, he was hammered by Tampa Bay in last year's ALDS, allowing eight runs, including three homers, in just five innings. Overall, the Rays were big winners vs. lefties last season (+$1310) and are 6-1 at home this season. Take Tampa Bay.