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Angels lose to Texas Rangers, 14-11, on walk-off home run in 10th inning
Angels lose to Texas Rangers, 14-11, on walk-off home run in 10th inning

ARLINGTON, Texas — It was an extremely eventful Tuesday evening for the Angels, who pounded out 16 hits but lost their fifth consecutive game, blowing a four-run, eighth-inning lead in a 14-11, 10-inning loss to the Texas Rangers at the Ballpark in Arlington. Manager Mike Scioscia was ejected in the second inning and Howie Kendrick became the ninth player in franchise history to amass 1,000 hits with a two-run single in a four-run eighth inning. Mike Trout had four hits and two walks and has reached base in 10 consecutive plate appearances, two shy of Bobby Grich's club record of 12, set in 1984, and Josh Hamilton drove in four runs. BOX SCORE: Rangers 14, Angels 11 C.J....

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