Tuesday, May 11, 2010

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Angels come back after blowing late lead
Four runs just isn't enough. For the second time in five games, the Angels blew a 4-0 lead. The first time, the Angels starting pitching couldn't hold a four-run first-inning edge. Monday night, it was the bullpen's turn.

Unfamiliar foes are old friends
Over the course of six seasons, Kazmir was the ace of the Tampa Bay staff. Tuesday, he'll be asked to silence the Rays' bats.

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Angels regroup to top Rays in 11th
Rivera's walk-off sac fly overshadows Fuentes' hiccup

Angels recall Bell to bolster bullpen
After a busy weekend series against the Mariners saw the Angels use all six of their relievers, they added to their pitching depth by recalling right-hander Trevor Bell from Triple-A Salt Lake on Monday.

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Angels video postgame interviews
Torii Hunter and Manager Mike Scioscia talk about the 5-4, 11-inning victory over the Tampa Bay Rays on Monday night.

Angels beat Rays, 5-4, in 11 innings
Brian Fuentes blows the save by giving up three runs in the ninth, but Juan Rivera's sacrifice fly in the 11th wins it.
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Kazmir ready to face the Rays
Less than a week ago, the Angels saw what a pitcher can do when he’s facing his former team and he manages to control his emotions. John Lackey dominated the Angels last week in Boston.

Wilson getting close to comeback
Catcher Bobby Wilson has a photograph of the massive home-plate collision with the New York Yankees Mark Teixeira, the one that nearly knocked him cold and sent him to the disabled list. It shows Wilson recoiling from the impact, his mask flying.

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