Mike Scioscia and Joe Girardi played a game of ôWhat ever you can do, I can do worseö last night. In one of the worst managed playoff games in quite some time, the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim outlasted the New York Yankees 7-6 to take Game Five of their best-of-seven ALCS and force a Game Six in the Bronx Saturday night. This was a game that really had three parts to it. The first part was the Angels ambushed YankeesÆ starter AJ Burnett for four runs in the first inning. A walk to Chone Figgins, a double to Bobby Abreu, a single by Torii Hunter, a single by Vladimir Guerrero, and a single by Kendry Morales. Five batters into the game and just like that, the Angels had four runs. I really thought Burnett wouldnÆt make it out of the second inning. Which leads me to the second par ...
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