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Yankees rally for four runs in fifth inning to beat Angels, 6-2

Yankees rally for four runs in fifth inning to beat Angels, 6-2

KEY MOMENT: Within a span of 11 pitches in the fifth inning, the Yankees turned a 2-1 deficit into a 5-2 lead. Chris Young led off with a home run to left, John Ryan Murphy and Didi Gregorius hit one-out singles, and Brett Gardner lined a three-run homer to right off Angels starter C.J. Wilson, who kicked himself for throwing a four-seam fastball to Gardner instead of a sinking two-seamer that might have induced a double play. "I have to figure out a way to get the ball on the ground in that situation," Wilson said. AT THE PLATE: Mike Trout and Albert Pujols, who were a combined four for 20 against Yankees starter CC Sabathia, hit consecutive homers in the first, Pujols'...

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