Just when we thought they were out, they pull themselves back in. The Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim had effectively won the AL West and were out of any playoff races, any heated battles for divisional supremacy, and last-minute scrambles for a final spot in October. They were seven games ahead of the Texas Rangers with only 10 games to go. It would take a monumental collapse to blow that lead. But the Angels are well on their way. After the now-infamous Boston Blunder, in which the Angels lost a heart-breaker to the Red Sox when closer Brian Fuentes struck out Nick Green twice in the same at-bat with the bases-loaded but the umps ruled it a walk, the Halos got angry. Winning four of their next five, including their first series win of the season over the Rangers, it looked like the Angels ...
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