Griffin Canning pitched well, Angels defense didn't cooperate

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Griffin Canning pitched well, Angels defense didn't cooperate
Griffin Canning pitched well, Angels defense didn't cooperate

Angels 3 Rangers 4 Griffin Canning showed once again that is ready for the Big Leagues. It may have taken him 95 pitches to get through 5 innings, but Canning allowed only 3 hits and 1 run (a 1st inning leadoff homer) and he struck out 5. The Angels offense backed him - sort of. Putting up 3 runs in the 2nd thanks to Jonathan Lucroy and Brian Goodwin homers but it was sadly all they could muster. It would have been enough too, if not for (see below)... Justin Anderson relieved Canning and looked pretty shaky. He threw 27 pitches to get through his inning and gave up a run in the process. Enter Cam Bedrosian who you actually can't blame for this loss. His inning when like this: Zach Cozart Error

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