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Angels need, and get, a little extra to beat Twins in 10 innings, 7-6
Angels need, and get, a little extra to beat Twins in 10 innings, 7-6

The Angels didn't so much beat the Minnesota Twins Friday night as they did outlast them. In a game that featured 17 pitchers, 39 baserunners and took 4 hours and 30 minutes to complete, Kevin Jepsen was the last man standing, the Angels reliever retiring the side in order in the 10th inning to preserve a grueling 7-6 victory over the Minnesota Twins in Target Field. "Every time we scored, they were coming right back and answering," said leadoff batter Kole Calhoun, who entered in a three-for-29 skid but had his fingerprints all over the win, with three hits, four runs, two runs batted in and a stolen base. "It was tough. It was nice to squeak this one out. When...

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