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OC Register: Tyler Anderson leads Angels past Dodgers, Noah Syndergaard


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ANAHEIM ― Noah Syndergaard and Tyler Anderson arrived at Angel Stadium with similar goals Monday: to use their final exhibition start to prepare for a new season with a new team.

Coincidentally, each pitcher’s new team was the other’s old team. That familiarity seemed to benefit the Angels’ lineup more than the Dodgers’. Syndergaard allowed five runs on nine hits in five innings, including home runs by Mike Trout and Taylor Ward, in the Angels’ 5-4 victory.

Anderson limited the Dodgers to two runs in 5⅓ innings in his first home start as an Angel, both coming on solo home runs by Mookie Betts and Miguel Vargas.

The left-hander, who signed a three-year contract last November after a career year in 2022, walked one batter and struck out five.

The Dodgers used solo home runs by Chris Taylor and Luke Williams in the seventh and eighth innings, respectively, to make the final score close. Right-hander Cesar Valdez closed the door with a perfect ninth inning.

Anthony Rendon went 3 for 3, and Brandon Drury, Shohei Ohtani and Taylor Ward each had two hits for the Angels.

Alex Vesia, Yency Almonte, Evan Phillips, Brusdar Graterol and Caleb Ferguson did not allow a run in relief of Syndergaard.

More to come on this story.

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