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Edwin Encarnacion's walk-off grand slam spoils Angels' comeback

Edwin Encarnacion's walk-off grand slam spoils Angels' comeback

Ben Revere stepped up to bat with one teammate near first base and two outs in Tuesday’s 10th inning, the score tied between the Angels and Cleveland Indians. When he fell behind 0 and 2, Revere retreated three steps to settle his nerves. He battled the count back into his favor and earned a fastball over the middle, at which he cocked his chiseled 5-foot-9 frame and swung with all his limited might.

As the ball shot toward the center-field wall, he took off sprinting, thinking surely he had at least a hit. It would be a huge hit, his first in so long, his once-promising career now on the verge of irrelevance at age 29. And the Angels could finally take the lead and complete...

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