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Angels Win With Help From a Fan (Throwback)


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Angels Win With Help From a Fan

 

By MIKE PENNER

JULY 15, 1985 12 AM

TIMES STAFF WRITER

Had this game been played in mid-October, rather than on the final Sunday before the All-Star break, they’d be writing poetry about it.

Maybe they will, anyway. This one, a 5-3 Angel triumph over the Toronto Blue Jays, will be hard to dislodge from the memory of anyone who witnessed it.

The setting:

Two American League division leaders doing head-to-head combat before a roaring Anaheim Stadium crowd of 35,306. It’s a pitchers’ duel, heavy on managerial chess-playing, resulting in a one-run Toronto lead as the bottom of the ninth inning beckons.

https://www.latimes.com/archives/la-xpm-1985-07-15-sp-7772-story.html

I was at this game.  I'll never forget Bell going into the LF bleachers with the ball in his glove and emerging from the bleachers without the ball.  Game Winning Home Run Downing!  Thank you fan who took it.

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Hey @Chris, can you edit your post?

It's coming across vertically on all mobile devices, one letter per line straight down. Unreadable. 

Simply cut and paste what you posted into notepad and turn on word wrap, make sure it looks good and then copy back into your original post.

If you can't do it I will later.

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20 hours ago, Chris said:

Angels Win With Help From a Fan

 

By MIKE PENNER

JULY 15, 1985 12 AM

TIMES STAFF WRITER

Had this game been played in mid-October, rather than on the final Sunday before the All-Star break, they’d be writing poetry about it.

Maybe they will, anyway. This one, a 5-3 Angel triumph over the Toronto Blue Jays, will be hard to dislodge from the memory of anyone who witnessed it.

The setting:

Two American League division leaders doing head-to-head combat before a roaring Anaheim Stadium crowd of 35,306. It’s a pitchers’ duel, heavy on managerial chess-playing, resulting in a one-run Toronto lead as the bottom of the ninth inning beckons.

https://www.latimes.com/archives/la-xpm-1985-07-15-sp-7772-story.html

I was at this game.  I'll never forget Bell going into the LF bleachers with the ball in his glove and emerging from the bleachers without the ball.  Game Winning Home Run Downing!  Thank you fan who took it.

Fixed. 

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