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40-39, 2nd in AL West
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Bradley Jr. goes to center with a HR (0:24)
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Cowart cracks a hit and extends Angels' lead (0:32)
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Angels score 3 after overturned call, beat Red Sox 4-2

Parker Bidwell pitched a solid 6 2/3 innings and Los Angeles scored three runs after its challenge overturned an inning-ending double play in the second, leading the Angels to a 4-2 win over the Boston Red Sox on Sunday.

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Farrell ejected in loss to Angels (1:14)
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Farrell gets heated after balk call (0:34)
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Young Jr. gives Angels lead with double (0:32)
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Ranking MLB defenses: Angels

The best defense behind the plate in MLB this season, thanks to Martin Maldonado and Juan Graterol, has the Angels in one of the higher tiers.

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Red Sox come out on top on Ortiz's night (1:16)

Scott Lauber ESPN Staff Writer 

Red Sox 9, Angels 4: Hanley Ramirez picked a perfect way to pay tribute to David Ortiz. Ramirez belted a two-run homer in the fourth inning and Sandy Leon added a two-run shot in the sixth to lift the Red Sox to a series-opening victory after retiring Ortiz's No. 34. But the most encouraging development for the Sox was the performance of Rick Porcello, who tossed six strong innings before allowing three runs in the seventh.

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Ramirez goes deep to pad Boston's lead (0:24)
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Red Sox score on a pair of wild pitches (0:49)
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Angels demote Cron again

Hitting .167 since he returned to the majors on June 3, 1B C.J. Cron was once again optioned to Triple-A Salt Lake by the Los Angeles Angels on Friday. RHP Eduardo Paredes has been recalled to take his roster spot.

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Pujols, Angels surge late, rally past sloppy Yankees 10-5

Albert Pujols lined a go-ahead single during a messy, four-run rally in the seventh inning and the Los Angeles Angels overcame Aaron Judge's major league-leading 25th home run to beat the New York Yankees 10-5 on Thursday night.

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Angels' Street, out since spring training, off DL

Reliever Huston Street has been activated by the Los Angeles Angels after recovering from a strained latissimus dorsi muscle in his back that had sidelined him since spring training.

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Nolasco not getting it done

Angels P Ricky Nolasco has lost each of his last seven starts, matching the longest such streak within one season in franchise history. Per the Elias Sports Bureau, the other Angels pitchers to drop seven consecutive starts within one season were George Brunet (1967), Rudy May (1973), Bill Stoneman (1974), Frank Tanana (1974) and Joe Grahe (1991).

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ESPYS: Vote for Best MLB Player

Is there anyone in baseball better than Mike Trout? Let your voice be heard by casting your vote in our polls, and make sure to tune into the ESPYS on July 12.

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Can Andrelton Simmons sustain fantasy relevance? (1:08)
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Hosmer takes the lead at first

The Royals' Eric Hosmer has leaped the Tigers' Miguel Cabrera and the A's Yonder Alonso for most 1B votes in the latest AL All-Star update. If the lead holds up, Hosmer would be the third Royal to earn consecutive fan elections, joining George Brett and Salvador Perez.

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Power Rankings: Angels staying afloat

The Angels are somehow averaging nearly a full run per game more since Mike Trout last played on May 28. Eric Young has filled in well for the best player in the world.

Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Runs34118th
Batting Average.24522nd
On Base Percentage.31722nd
Slugging Percentage.39228th
Earned Run Average4.1811th
Quality Starts31Tied-18th
WHIP1.278th
BAA.24911th

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