Chase Headley

Angels rally to win against Yankees, but there’s a cost

Angels rally to win against Yankees, but there’s a cost

The Angels and New York Yankees played before a lively allotment of fans at Angel Stadium on Wednesday, the sold-out crowd split between the two teams, every play eliciting cheers from one side or the other. In a season most often played before quiet crowds and heaps of empty seats, it stood out.

“Whenever it gets louder, I feel like they're cheering for me,” said Angels shortstop Andrelton Simmons, who hit the winning home run. “It’s nice to see the stadium pretty full, though.”

On an electric evening in Orange County, the Angels came back from a four-run deficit to defeat the Yankees, 7-5. But like so much of the team’s season, the good news was shrouded in bad: Starter Matt...

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