Who is leading the Angels in RBI? Your "bust" acquisition.
And if you really thought he would put up HOF numbers as an Angel, you're mistaken. He's 32 and approaching the second half of his career. I expected .300-30-100 at best, not .330-40-130. I know he signed the monster contract, but did you really think he was going to put up Cardinals numbers every year until his final year? Come on, now...
He's finally raised his OBP to over .300, all the way up to .302.
He'll typically have a few pretty good games in a row, as in his last three outings, then have a handful of poor games. That's keeping his OBP very low and at this rate, it may never be particularly high this season.