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Game #74 at Los Angeles

Game #74 at Los Angeles

Angel Stadium | 9:05 | Snell vs. Kelvim Escobar | Box
Four in a row.
Ian Snell got destroyed; I didn't watch much of the game, so I can't tell if his blister might've led to a lack of control. He allowed 13 baserunners and 5 runs in 6 innings, by far his worst outing of the year.
Tony Armas was sent in to mop things up. In his two innings, five more Angels crossed home plate.
Ryan Doumit is 0 for his last 15. I've written in the past that I don't think he'll be much of a big leaguer, but I was willing to give him the benefit of the doubt through a hot streak. Now, he looks lost at the plate.
Then again, who is hitting these days? Other than the Pirates' opponents.
The Bucs were embarrassed, 10-1.
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