Saturday, May 22, 2010

May 22, 1999 at Tropicana Field in Florida the Anaheim Angels beat the Tampa Bay Devil Rays 8-6. Tim Unroe and Todd Greene would each drive in 2 runs in the win while Mark Petkovsek picked up the win in relief and Troy Percival would record the save. Angels starter Steve Sparks went 5 innings, giving up 4 runs, walking 6 and hitting 4 batters. Four batters hit in a single game is the most by an Angel pitcher and on June 13 of the same year Omar Olivares would hit 4 batters and it was last done on June 7 2001, by Scott Schoeneweis. Todd Greene was drafted in the 12th round by the Angels during the 1993 draft but never saw much playing time until 1999, when he appeared in 97 games, hitting 14 home runs and driving in 42 runs. The Angels would release Greene in March of 2000.

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