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OC Register: Angels conclude disappointing week with blowout loss to Tigers


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ANAHEIM — So much for the Angels carrying their momentum from a four-game winning streak into seven straight against two of the worst teams in the majors.

The Angels lost 9-1 to the Detroit Tigers on Wednesday afternoon, losing for the fifth time in seven games at home against the Tigers and Baltimore Orioles.

The Tigers (32-72) and Orioles (36-71) have been buried in last place in their divisions.

Mostly, the problem this week has been the Angels’ pitching, a glaring hole that went unaddressed at Wednesday’s trade deadline. The Angels allowed 48 runs in the seven games.

In the past three games against Detroit, the Angels started Jaime Barría (age 23), Griffin Canning (23) and José Suarez (21). Of that trio of young pitchers, Barría and Canning combined to allow two earned runs in 11 innings, but Suarez didn’t fare as well on Wednesday.

For the first two innings, the held the Tigers, but he gave up a pair of runs in the third, on a Jake Rogers homer and a Nike Goodrum RBI single.

In the fifth, Suarez issued a leadoff walk and allowed two singles, coming out of the game with one out. It was the fifth consecutive start in which he’d failed to get through five innings.

He had two more runs added to his line when Trevor Cahill allowed a two-run single to Brandon Dixon, putting the Angels in a 4-0 hole.

After Mike Trout’s 35th homer of the season made it 4-1, Luís García let the game get away by allowing five runs in the eighth.

JC Ramírez followed García to the mound, pitching a scoreless inning in his first outing after more than 15 months rehabbing from Tommy John surgery. Ramírez’s fastballs were 91-92 mph, a little less velocity than the 94-97 mph he had before surgery. Ramírez and the Angels believe he could regain some velocity with time.

More to come on this story.

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