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LA Times: Michael Kohn's two big strikeouts quell Tigers threat in Angels' win

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Michael Kohn comes on to face Torii Hunter and Miguel Cabrera with two on in the eighth inning. He strikes both of them out and the Angels go on to win, 3-1, in the 10th.<br/><br/>DETROIT — Angels right-hander Michael Kohn entered Thursday's game in the eighth inning with two on, one out, the score tied and Torii Hunter and Miguel Cabrera due up, a situation few relievers would relish.<img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/latimes/sports/baseball/mlb/angels/~4/3MTDFTBOvPA" height="1" width="1"/>

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Kohn is nearly unhittable when he can actually get the ball over the plate (.150 BAA), but he has these spells where it looks like there's a forcefield around the strikezone.  


Thing is, you can usually tell which Kohn you're getting in the first few pitches, so I'd hope Scioscia has noticed this by now and knows when to keep the leash really short.

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