OAKLAND -- A day that began with bad news got even worse for the
A pair of fly balls, one lost in the sun and one that somehow fell between a pair of speedy outfielders, dropped during Oakland’s two-run fifth inning and five-run sixth, and the Angels fell a season-high 13 games behind the
The Angels snapped a 5-5 tie in the sixth on
The Angels sent 10 men to the plate during a four-run first inning that featured RBI singles by
But Angels starter
A leadoff walk to
Cespedes followed with a towering fly to shallow right-center field that Trout lost in the sun and right fielder Kole Calhoun failed to make a play on. The ball dropped for an RBI single, tying the score, 5-5.