On Sunday, the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim secured their 46th come-from-behind victory on the season. Some of those wins have come on clutch home runs or big late-inning hits, as was the case on Sunday against the Texas Rangers, while others have been fostered by strong pitching from both starters and relievers in tight ball games. But the one constant in all of them has been spectacular defense. The Angels have had a tumultuous season, to say the least. In the first half, trouble came from the mound, due in no small part to the tragic death of rookie pitcher Nick Adenhart. Starters and relievers alike were giving up runs and blowing saves like it was going out of style. The only thing keeping the Angels in the hunt for a third consecutive divisional title was their po ...
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