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Mike Scioscia gives Cory Rasmus quick hook in Angels' loss
Mike Scioscia gives Cory Rasmus quick hook in Angels' loss

Cory Rasmus said he felt “pretty good” after allowing one hit and throwing just 43 pitches in four scoreless innings Tuesday night, the Angels right-hander adding that he “would have liked to have” started the fifth inning. Manager Mike Scioscia said Rasmus looked “pretty gassed,” the scorching 96-degree temperature taking a toll on the reliever-turned-starter who was filling in for injured right-hander Garrett Richards for the fourth time. You don’t have to be a 15-year Angels season-ticket holder to know who won that little tug-of-war. Rasmus did not take the fifth. He handed the ball and a two-run lead to one of baseball’s best...

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