It was a goosebump-inducing Sunday for Angels catcher Jett Bandy, the former Thousand Oaks High School standout whose first big league hit was a home run off Minnesota Twins All-Star Glen Perkins in Target Field.
"I'll never forget anything about the moment," Bandy said after his pinch-hit, ninth-inning shot to left field. "I'll try to cherish it as much as possible. I'm still kind of high off it right now."
While Bandy was making memories, the rest of the Angels were trying to purge the game from their memory banks.
The Angels could not solve rookie right-hander Tyler Duffey, who allowed three hits and struck out seven in seven scoreless innings to...