It's been a long time for Angels' fans. Precisely 1193 days since the last time the Angels were alone atop the AL West division. That's 3 years, 3 months, 5 days, or;

103,075,200 seconds
1,717,920 minutes
28,632 hours
170 weeks (rounded down)
A LONG TIME

A lot has been written about the Angels improved bullpen and how it could be the main reason for the Halos turnaround this season. Monday night's game is a very good example as to how this theory could be true: Los Angeles Angels at Boston Red Sox - August 18, 2014 - MLB.com LAA Recap, "Setup man Joe Smith and closer Huston Street weren't available after appearing in each of the last three games, and Wilson lasted only 5 1/3 innings in a start that saw him throw 62 pitches in the first three frames and walk a season-high-tying five batters. But Mike Morin, Fernando Salas, Jason Grilli and Kevin Jepsen stepped up, locking down the game's final 11 outs to give the Angels five wins in their last six games. They're 23 games above .500 again and in sole possession of first place for the first time since May 15, 2011.