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Things fall apart in the sixth inning of Angels' 4-2 loss to Rangers

Things fall apart in the sixth inning of Angels' 4-2 loss to Rangers

The Angels had a rally going. Albert Pujols and Kole Calhoun had knocked back-to-back singles to start Friday's sixth inning, and Andrelton Simmons, two for two on the night, was approaching the plate.

But, watching the broadcast, Texas staffers saw that Pujols stepped off second for an instant while Rangers second baseman Rougned Odor had his glove on him. The Rangers challenged the call and got it overturned. The change might've been the difference in their 4-2 win over the Angels on a muggy night at Globe Life Park.

In Rangers starter Colby Lewis' 10 starts against the Angels over the last two seasons, he had yielded more runs than he had thrown innings. He gave up nine...

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