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LAst Night's Action: Not So Perfect Day for Angels

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Seattle Mariners defeat LA Angels 8-1. While the Seattle bats woke up, the Angel bats decided to wait until they got home for Monday’s game to appear. In the fourth inning Angels’ starter Ervin Santana gave up an Earl Weaver to Josh Wilson and a solo homer to Michael Saunders back-to-back to give the Mariners the 4-0 lead. Franklin Gutierrez doubled home Ichiro Suzuki in the fifth inning to add on a run. And after a wild pitch by Brandon League on a swinging third strike by Kendry Morales allowed Reggie Willits to cut into the Mariners lead 5-1 in the eighth inning, the Mariners got three more off of Brian Stokes in the home half of the inning to avoid the sweep.

LA Dodgers defeat Colorado Rockies 2-0. Read my recap of the game. A little birdie tells me that Matthew McConaughey doppelganger John Ely will be brought back up to the Dodgers Monday.