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Angels spoil Fulmer's no-hitter in 7th, fall to Tigers, 3-0

Angels spoil Fulmer's no-hitter in 7th, fall to Tigers, 3-0

The shadows began their march across the diamond from the first pitch Wednesday. The Angels’ midafternoon finale against the Detroit Tigers made the contest a game of time: If the Angels’ bats were to awaken, it would either be very early, when the darkness was still washing across the third-base line, or very late, when it had overtaken the whole field.

The early window came and went. By the fourth inning, the shadows had swallowed the mound, and the Angels were hitless. Michael Fulmer’s fastball, which sizzled to as high as 98 mph, became all the more inscrutable. Hitters couldn’t see the laces spin.

“You missed a pitch,” Mike Trout...

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