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LAst Night's Action: Another Angels Loss in the Bronx

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New York Yankees defeat LA Angels 5-3. Yet again the Angels looked to have a nice lead only to give it up and lose to the Yankees.

Alberto Callaspo hit a bases loaded single off of Freddy Garcia to give the Angels the 2-0 lead in the first inning. But Robinson Cano got two back in the bottom half of the first with a two-run shot to left-centerfield off of Jerome Williams to tie the game.

Curtis Granderson added a two-run shot in the third inning that scored the winning runs for the Yankees.

The Angels at 48-40 remain five games behind the Texas Rangers despite the loss.

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San Diego Padres defeat LA Dodgers 7-6. Everth Cabrera's steal of home plate leads a chain of strange events that results in a Dodger loss.

LA Galaxy defeat Portland Timbers 5-3.

Dwight Howard Rumors Update. The latest Dwight Howard to the Lakers rumor involves the Cleveland Cavaliers according to Hoops World writer Alex Kennedy. In the deal, Howard would come to the Lakers, Andrew Bynum would go to Cleveland and a bunch of draft picks and prospects would go to Orlando.

David Pingalore of WKMG Local 6 in Orlando reported that it is a certainty that Howard will end up with the Lakers and that all of the Houston Rockets rumors are just a smokescreen.

Any talk of Howard being moved should be met with a heavy dose of skepticism. Remember when it was certainty that Howard would be a Rocket? A Net? A Laker (the first time around)?

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TONIGHT'S ACTION
LA Angels at New York Yankees. 10:05 a.m. FSWest, AM 830 KLAA.
San Diego Padres at LA Dodgers. 1:10 p.m. Prime Ticket, AM 570 KLAC.