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LA Times: Angels defeat Seattle Mariners in stirring comeback, 10-9


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They work their way back from 7-0 deficit. Peter Bourjos, Mark Trumbo homer in a big fifth inning.<br/><br/>Felix Hernandez entered Thursday night's game in Angel Stadium with a 99-25 record and 2.89 earned-run average in 162 career starts in which the Seattle Mariners gave him two or more runs of support.<img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/latimes/sports/baseball/mlb/angels/~4/KY9HPdsZGRU" height="1" width="1"/>

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Sorry to disagree, but I don't see any change in emotion from when they started the year.  I see a team that is playing better on a more consistent basis.  There is some marginal improvement in the starting pitching, and a little more improvement from the bullpen.  The defense is also improved, perhaps because the communication among the defenders is better.  I still think they waste too many clutch hitting chances.

 

They need pitching depth and quality desperately, and unfortunately there is no quick fix for that.  I wouldn't do anything at the trade deadline (as of now) unless they can get a major, long term boost in pitching without damaging the offense much.  It's in DiPoto's hands at the moment.

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Sorry to disagree, but I don't see any change in emotion from when they started the year.  I see a team that is playing better on a more consistent basis.  There is some marginal improvement in the starting pitching, and a little more improvement from the bullpen.  The defense is also improved, perhaps because the communication among the defenders is better.  I still think they waste too many clutch hitting chances.

 

They need pitching depth and quality desperately, and unfortunately there is no quick fix for that.  I wouldn't do anything at the trade deadline (as of now) unless they can get a major, long term boost in pitching without damaging the offense much.  It's in DiPoto's hands at the moment.

 

cuz you are an idiot

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