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G137: Angels squeak by Rangers, win 4-3

Scott Feldman continues to prove that he’s someone who probably deserves a serious look in 2009, and should be considered before some other (external) options. His game tonight was not one of his best, but at a point of his season where he is past a place where he was supposed to have been shut down (or moved to the pen), he continues to pitch fairly well. And that wasn’t a runon sentence. He went six innings this night, gave up four earned runs on eight hits and one walk. The power wasn’t there for the Angels, they had just two extra base hits this game, both doubles. But it was enough.
Jered Weaver pitched for the Angels, and pitched into the sixth, but left after the first two batters. He was let down by his reliever Jose Arredondo, who allowed two inherited runners to score, accounting for two of the three earned runs on Weaver’s card.
Offensively, the Rangers managed just seven hits the whole game. Six of them were singles, and one was a double (Blalock).
Michael Young 200 watch: One hit.

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