TURNING POINT: Chris Iannetta's 12th-inning homer snapped the Angels' two-game losing streak and gave them two extra-inning wins on a six-game homestand in which four games went to overtime -- the first time that's happened since June 1975. The Angels sent the game to extra innings when Howie Kendrick beat the relay on a potential game-ending double play, allowing Mike Trout to score from third. Trout, who drove in the Angels' first run with a third-inning double, and Albert Pujols had back-to-back singles to start the inning. Kendrick could have won the game two innings earlier but his two-out drive to the warning track in right was speared by Brandon Moss, whose leaping, backhanded catch saved two runs.
AT THE PLATE: Trout, who has hit safely in 10 of the Angels' 15 games this season, doubled in the team's first run in the third. Moss, the eighth-place hitter in the
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UP NEXT: The Angels have Thursday off and open a three-game series at Detroit on Friday. Right-hander