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Angels can't keep it close in 8-3 loss to Boston

KEY MOMENT: The Angels used four relievers in an effort to keep the game close in the seventh inning, and left-hander Cesar Ramos got a big out, inducing David Ortiz to fly to shallow left field with the bases loaded and the Red Sox leading, 4-2. But Xander Bogaerts ripped an 0-and-2 pitch from...

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  • Blue Jays hammer Angels pitchers for 17 hits in 10-6 victory

    Blue Jays hammer Angels pitchers for 17 hits in 10-6 victory

    On a day the offense stirred, the Angels pitching staff was shaken, giving up more runs in a 10-6 loss to the Toronto Blue Jays on Monday than it did in the previous six games combined (nine).

  • Kole Calhoun returns to cleanup spot as Angels juggle lineup again

    Kole Calhoun returns to cleanup spot as Angels juggle lineup again

    Another day, another cleanup hitter for the offensively challenged Angels, who will turn to long-time leadoff man Kole Calhoun in an effort to add some punch to the middle of the order in the opener of a four-game series against the Toronto Blue Jays on Monday.

  • Orioles rally keeps Garrett Richards from losing because of wild pitch

    Orioles rally keeps Garrett Richards from losing because of wild pitch

    There was one benefit in the eyes of Angels pitcher Garrett Richards to the Baltimore Orioles breaking open a tight game with two eighth-inning runs en route to a 3-0 victory in Camden Yards on Sunday.

  • Orioles shut down the Angels, 3-0

    Orioles shut down the Angels, 3-0

    KEY MOMENT: Manny Machado singled to center field with two outs in the eighth inning. Angels Manager Mike Scioscia pulled starter Garrett Richards in favor of Mike Morin, who gave up an infield single to Jimmy Paredes and a two-run double to Adam Jones, whose drive to the gap in left-center field...

  • Orioles have the Wright stuff in 3-0 victory over Angels

    Orioles have the Wright stuff in 3-0 victory over Angels

    Mike Wright allowed four hits in 7 1/3 scoreless innings of his major league debut, and the Baltimore Orioles broke open a tight game with two eighth-inning runs en route to a 3-0 victory over the Angels in Camden Yards on Sunday.

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