UFC 190:

Angels Downed 4-1 by Indians in 14

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J.B. Shuck finished 2-7 with one home run but the Angels dropped the game to Cleveland, 4-1 in 14 innings. The Angels struck out 18 times in the loss. Los Angeles left 17 runners on base.

The Angels got on the board in the bottom of the first when Shuck hit a solo home run off starter Danny Salazar. With the game even at 1-1 in the top of the 14th, the Indians took the lead for good when Drew Stubbs ripped a two-run home run off Joe Blanton to drive in Lonnie Chisenhall. Soon after, Michael Bourn scored on an error to make the score 4-1.

C.J. Wilson went 7 1/3 innings and picked up the no-decision after he surrendered only one run on four hits with five strikeouts and three walks. Blanton (2-14) picked up his 14th loss of the season after pitching one inning allowing two runs on three hits, punching out one, and walking no one. Carlos Carrasco (1-4) got the victory after going two innings and allowing no runs on one hit with three strikeouts and one walk. Kole Calhoun had a productive game for the Angels, going 3 for 6 with a walk. Shuck also had a good game, going 2 for 7 with a home run, a run, and an RBI. Stubbs went 1 for 5 with a home run, a run, two RBIs, and a walk in the win.

The Angels will go up against the Indians again Wednesday at Angel Stadium at 4:05 PM PDT.

Indians Offense
B+87.9D. StubbsRF5111211
B+87.0L. ChisenhallPH2110000
B86.5C. SantanaDH5111122
C74.7M. Aviles3B4100000
C-71.2A. CabreraSS5100011
C-71.2Y. GomesC5100011
D+67.8M. BournCF6110013
D65.8N. Swisher1B6100013
F56.0M. BrantleyLF6000000
F52.0J. Kipnis2B6000013

Angels Offense
A-91.5K. CalhounRF6300011
A-90.4J. ShuckLF7211100
B86.8M. Trumbo1B6200011
B84.0H. CongerC3100000
B83.0C. IannettaC3100001
B82.5J. HamiltonDH5100022
D+68.1E. AybarSS7200002
D62.6G. Green2B5000014
F59.1C. Nelson3B6000014
F53.0P. BourjosCF6000003

Indians Pitching
A96.3B. Shaw1.10.000.0002013
A94.0M. Rzepczynsk0.20.000.0000010
A93.7R. Hill0.10.000.000004
A92.3C. Carrasco2.00.001.0013126
B+89.4D. Salazar5.11.690.9437275
B85.7C. Allen1.10.001.5011125
B82.0C. Perez1.00.002.0011122
B-81.6J. Smith1.20.002.4043025
C75.3M. Albers0.10.009.0021118

Angels Pitching
A95.9M. Kohn1.00.000.0002014
A94.5J. Gutierrez2.00.000.5003125
A92.4C. Wilson7.11.230.95453113
B+87.8E. Frieri1.00.001.0000122
B82.0K. Jepsen1.00.002.0011120
C76.4D. De La Rosa0.20.003.0002215
F56.8J. Blanton1.018.003.0031031

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