Last Saturday the Angels' home run drought came to an abrupt end with Garret Anderson's three-run blast in the eighth inning. It broke a 3-3 tie against the Detroit Tigers at Angel Stadium, and enabled Vladimir Guerrero to accept congratulations rounding third base from coach Dino Ebel.The Angels pounded out four more runs in an inning that culminated with a two-run homer by Orlando Cabrera. The Angels had hit home runs only twice in their previous 19 games and ranked last in the American League. At game's end, the Angels prevailed, 10-3.
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