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The Kansas City Royals kicked off a nine-game road trip by taking two of three from the Los Angeles Angels last week, but the fortunes of both teams have changed dramatically since.
C.J. Wilson tossed eight terrific innings and the Angels again broke out the bats in an easy 7-1 victory over the Mariners.
C.J. Wilson struck out 10 in eight innings, Josh Hamilton had a two-run single and the Los Angeles Angels beat Seattle 7-1 on Wednesday to hand the Mariners their season-worst sixth straight loss.
LA beat the Seattle Mariners, 12-0. * Nate McLouth delivered a walkoff homer in the bottom of the 10th inning as the Baltimore Orioles ended a six-game losing streak with a 3-2 win over the New York Yankees.
When Los Angeles Angels center fielder Mike Trout stepped to the plate in the bottom of the eighth inning against the Seattle Mariners , he had already singled, doubled and tripled in the game.
Sean Burnett is off of the DL and Ryan Brasier is sent back down, David Eckstein will represent the Angels at the 2013 first year player's draft and, Jered Weaver 's return will depend on his rehab outings.
The Los Angeles Angels ended the White Sox 's four-game winning streak on Saturday afternoon with a 12-9 victory in an extremely ugly game that featured some words exchanged, two passed balls, 21 men left on base and a Terry Bevington-esque moment in bullpen management.
Left-hander Jason Vargas blanked the Chicago White Sox for seven innings and catcher Chris Iannetta sparked two rallies with a pair of walks Sunday, leading the Los Angeles Angels to a 6-2 victory over the Chicago White Sox before a crowd of 38,190 at Angel Stadium.
Trout's arrival in Anaheim in late April 2012 lit a fire under a struggling team.
The Los Angeles Angels did three times better against Chris Sale than they did last Sunday at Chicago.
It wasn't supposed to be like this for the Angels and the White Sox, an intensive search for silver linings in mid-May. Two of the sport's heaviest disappointments through the first quarter of the season are sharing Angel Stadium through Sunday -- with the White Sox edging the Angels, 5-4, in Thursday's series opener -- and about the best they can ... (more)