Hunter has a few good years left, but in time this could end up looking like a West Coast version of the Yankees' signing of Johnny Damon signing two years ago. Hunter won't fall off a cliff like Damon has, but he's not that great a hitter (career OBP: .324). Nevertheless, the LAAALAS (Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim from Latin America; hat tip to Halos Heaven) have a rookie GM, Tony Reagins and suffice to say, his approval rating will rise and fall on how Hunter does in Orange County.
The Angels have a surfeit of outfielders who all carry serious baggage -- aging Garret Anderson has to be phased out, Vlady Guerrero's body seems to breaking down, Gary Matthews Jr. has HGH questions hanging over his head, young Juan Rivera has an injury history and Reggie Willits doesn't seem able to hit for power. Someone is getting jettisoned.