For the last few years Angel fans had longed to replace Alberto Callaspo with an upgrade... then they went and traded him and forgot about the upgrade part. Ooops! Now the Halos have a giant black hole atop the depth chart and third and are going to have to find a way to fill it in a market that is almost completely devoid of third base talent. So, you know, good luck with all that.
What they already have: Luis Jimenez (71 wRC+, 0.7 fWAR), Chris Nelson (61 wRC+, -0.7 fWAR), Andrew Romine (70 wRC+, 0.4 fWAR)
If Arte Moreno loses his mind... he'll hand Michael Young a three-year, $40 million contract to bring "veteran leadership" to the clubhouse even though Young is barely even a replacement level player right now.
If the Angels are creative and aggressive... they actually have a lot of options despite the seeming lack of talent on the market. Fans, of course, will want the Halos to make a run at San Diego's Chase Headley. There is no doubt that he would be a perfect fit for the Halos except for that whole "they don't have any prospects worth trading" thing. Frankly, it isn't even clear if Headley is available, but if he is it is a virtual certainty that some other team will be able to easily trump any offer Dipoto can make.