The Angels Are Who We Thought They Were (But I’m Not Worried Yet)

Posted: 20th October 2009 by Tom Schecter in MLB
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There was a scenario I forgot to mention at the end of the last column . If the Angels were able to come back from a big deficit and beat our bullpen in Game Three, that might make this series a series again, too. That was silly of me to overlook. I forgot about Game Three of the 2005 ALDS, when the Angels blew a 5-0 lead against Randy Johnson, wound up behind by a couple of runs, and then managed to come back again and beat the Yankees to re-take home-field advantage. Mike Scioscia's team does not fold. Not ever. á Three pivotal moments in yesterday's game not related to Joe Girardi's last call to the pen: ùAlex Rodriguez gets a fastball right down the middle, inner third, and gets a little bit underneath itùjust enough to keep it in the park. With Mark Teixeira on first after a walk, ...

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