Christine Cotter / LAT
One game does not a season make, but Angels cleanup hitter Garret Anderson brought his power slump to a resounding conclusion Tuesday, knocking in a franchise-record 10 runs to lead the Angels to an 18-9 demolition of the New York Yankees at Angel Stadium. Anderson's one-man hit parade featured his club-record eighth grand slam, a three-run home run, an RBI double and a two-run double, increasing his season total from 40 to 50 RBIs. Perhaps turnabout is fair play: The last player to drive in 10 runs in a game was the Yankees' Alex Rodriguez, who did it against the Angels on April 26, 2005. It was the sixth time since 1969 that a player drove in 10 runs or more in a game.
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