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LAst Night's Action: Angels Get One in the Bronx

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LA Angels defeat New York Yankees 7-1. The Angels jumped on Yankees' starter Phil Hughes, Chris Ianetta opening the scoring with a two-run homer in the second inning. Albert Pujols hit an RBI double in the third inning, and Howie Kendrick hit a three-run bomb in the fourth that ran Hughes out of the game.

C.J. Wilson went six innings giving up a run in the fifth inning , and the Angels' bullpen for the second consecutive game held fast. Kevin Jepsen, LaTroy Hawkins and Jordan Walden pitched three perfect innings striking out four batters in the process.

LA Clippers defeat Golden State Warriors 112-104. Chris Paul's 28 points and 13 assists led the Clippers over the Warriors. Of course when a team gets out to a 24-5 lead in the first quarter, it should be an easy game. But the Warriors did cut the lead to only one point at halftime thanks to nailing 11 three-pointers.

LA Dodgers defeat San Diego Padres 6-1. Two homers by Matt Kemp help power the Dodgers to a Major League best 8-1 record.

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