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OC Register: Angels’ comeback comes up short in nightcap loss to Rangers


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ARLINGTON, Texas — Brian Goodwin’s ninth-inning homer simply delayed the Angels’ loss on Tuesday night.

After Goodwin’s homer against Texas Rangers closer José Leclerc tied the score in the ninth, the Angels lost 3-2 when Ty Buttrey gave up a run on an Albert Pujols error in the 11th.

Buttrey, pitching for the third day in a row, gave up a one-out single to Delino DeShields. An out later, DeShields stole second. Buttrey then walked Logan Forsythe. Nick Solak hit a sharp ground ball to Pujols, who let it get past him and into right field as the winning run scored.

The Angels ended up with a doubleheader split, after winning the day game 5-1 behind a dominant performance by Andrew Heaney and Mike Trout’s career-high 42nd homer.

The second game was a pitcher’s duel early between Jaime Barría and Rangers left-hander Brock Burke, who was making his major league debut.

Barría allowed two runs in five innings, an encouraging outing after he’d allowed 22 runs in 22-1/3 innings in the five games before his most recent demotion to Triple-A.

He didn’t allow anything until the fifth, when he gave up a homer to Solak and then an RBI single to Danny Santana.

Barría was outdueled by Burke, who shut out the Angels over six innings. Burke, a former third-round pick, threw fastballs averaging 92 mph with 75 of his 99 pitches.

The Angels managed just four hits and two walks against him in six innings. After Shohei Ohtani’s leadoff single in the fourth, Justin Upton hit into a double play.

In the sixth, the Angels had two on with two out when Albert Pujols hit a fly ball to deep right field.

After Burke left with a 2-0 lead, the Angels got one run back in the eighth on an RBI double by Ohtani, his third hit of the game.

With one out in the ninth, Goodwin blasted his 12th homer of the season, tying the score.

More to come on this story.

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