Wade Miley, bullpen hold down Los Angeles as Astros top Angels

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Wade Miley, bullpen hold down Los Angeles as Astros top Angels
Wade Miley, bullpen hold down Los Angeles as Astros top Angels

Opponents only hope to manage the magnificence of Mike Trout, a generational talent whom players and front office personnel around baseball almost unanimously anoint their sport's best player. The Astros seem to surpass the stated expectations. They've tamed Trout for the last two seasons and are en route to repeating it again. A 1-for-5 showing on Saturday torpedoed Trout's season numbers to 6-for-31 in eight games against Houston. For a second straight night, Astros pitchers prevented Trout from making a momentum-shifting strike in the game's most perilous predicament. With two aboard and only one out in the seventh inning of Friday's 5-4 win, Astros starter Zack Greinke faced Trout for a fourth

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