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Angels hardly threatening in 5-0 loss to the Giants
Angels hardly threatening in 5-0 loss to the Giants

AT THE PLATE: The Angels mounted just one threat in the game, when Chris Iannetta snapped an 0-for-21 skid with a leadoff single in the sixth and Erick Aybar walked. But Mike Trout flied to center; Albert Pujols grounded out, with second baseman Joe Panik making a nice play behind the bag and a long throw to first; and Kole Calhoun flied to center. The only other Angels batter to reach second was Calhoun with two outs in the ninth. ON THE MOUND: Giants right-hander Tim Lincecum rebounded from his shortest start of the season, a four-inning, four-run, eight-hit effort against the Dodgers last Monday, with eight shutout innings, allowing three hits, striking out one and walking one to...

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