The Angels' dismal second half has cost the team two spots in the standings and left them straining to maintain contact in a wild-card race that is now entering the home stretch.
But veteran closer Huston Street said frustration over the poor play hasn't spilled over into a clubhouse that remains confident.
“When things are happening like that out there [on the field] you need to be stronger in the clubhouse. And I think this team showed signs of that,” he said. “The best way to put an end to it is to put an end to it.
“Figure out a way to win. That's what the good teams do.”
It's what the Angels did Tuesday, with Kole Calhoun...