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Angels find offense in 6-4 win over Indians
Angels find offense in 6-4 win over Indians

KEY MOMENT: The Indians had gotten out of the fifth inning with a 2-0 deficit when J.B. Shuck grounded into a double play, or had they? As Angels Manager Mike Scioscia challenged the call, three of the Cleveland players left the field anyway, and pitcher Corey Kluber just stood there for a couple of minutes, not playing catch or doing anything else. Scioscia won the challenge, with Shuck ruled to have beaten a relay throw to first base. Kluber took the mound again, only to walk Collin Cowgill and give up a two-run single to Howie Kendrick. The Angels led, 4-0, and had two extra runs in a game they won by two runs. AT THE PLATE: Erick Aybar had his second four-hit game in five days, and...

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