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Angels' rally comes up just short in lengthy 10-9 loss to Rangers

Angels' rally comes up just short in lengthy 10-9 loss to Rangers

Brandon Phillips awoke early Friday in a Chicago hotel, caught a flight to Dallas and arrived at Globe Life Park 21/2 hours before the first pitch. There, the new Angels second baseman learned he would be hitting leadoff for the first time in two years, and he was surprised.

“They’re throwing it all at me at one time,” he said he thought to himself. “But I can handle it.”

Phillips dressed, took batting practice and began the game by walking against Texas Rangers left-hander Cole Hamels. In a controversial call many hours later, he was ruled to have made the game’s penultimate out at second base, though some camera angles appeared to show he reached safely on Mike Trout’s...

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