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Angels offense breaks loose for 10 runs on 13 hits
Angels offense breaks loose for 10 runs on 13 hits

Angels 10, Texas 2 AT THE PLATE: For an offense struggling to string hits together and score runs, there aren't many better cures for the common cold spell than Globe Life Park, home of the Texas Rangers. The Angels entered Monday ranked last in the American League in batting (.195), 14th in on-base percentage (.245) and 13th in slugging (.332). They scored 16 runs in their first six games and hit .174 (four for 23) with runners in scoring position. But in winning two of three games here, the Angels scored 18 runs and hit .293 (32 for 109) with two home runs and seven doubles. They were six for 17 with runners in scoring position Wednesday. Mike Trout reached base four times in a game...

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