Yankees hand Angels their 9th loss in 11 games

Orange County Register
Yankees hand Angels their 9th loss in 11 games
Yankees hand Angels their 9th loss in 11 games

ANAHEIM — On April 23, 2002, the Angels lost their fourth consecutive game, leaving their record a dispiriting 6-14. Only two teams in franchise history had a worse record on April 23, and neither of them went on to win a World Series. Of course, the 2002 Angels could not know their destiny in April. They were staring at six months' worth of unturned pages. The Angels found themselves in a similar place Tuesday after a 7-5 loss to the New York Yankees, their ninth loss in their last 11 games. It's too soon to declare the season a wash. By win-loss percentage, the Angels (9-15) are performing no worse than their championship-winning forebears on the same date. Yet it's quickly become too late

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