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The Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim will lose about $10 million this year and, at 76-80, are likely going to have their first losing season since 2003, according to ESPN Los Angeles. But the site also reports that this isn't going to stop the team from spending a lot of dough this offseason.

Multiple sources tell the site that the Angels are going to go hard after Tampa Bay Rays left fielder Carl Crawford(notes) when he becomes a free agent.

"You always have to take account of how the finances work, but we're not limited financially in any way," Angels GM Tony Reagins told the site. "Whatever we need to do that makes sense and that's reasonable, we'll address."

Other likely targets on the Angels list are Philadelphia Phillies right fielder Jayson Werth(notes) and Boston Red Sox third baseman Adrian Beltre(notes).

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Source: ESPN Los Angeles

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