Collin Cowgill

Angels complete sweep of Rangers with 12-6 win

Angels complete sweep of Rangers with 12-6 win

KEY MOMENT: The outlook was not bright for the Texas Rangers by the time Albert Pujols stepped to the plate in the first inning. Right-hander Colby Lewis hadn't recorded an out yet. In the first two games of the series, the Rangers' starting pitching had been demolished. Pujols lined an easy single. The Angels led 2-0. The Rangers had seen this before, and it only got worse from there. ON THE MOUND: Technically, the Angels had their worst pitching game of the series, but it mattered little. Left-hander C.J. Wilson challenged hitters and gave up three runs in six innings. “It really was the easiest start I've had all year,” Wilson said of the run support. After...