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Angels 4, Phillies 3

Angels 4, Phillies 3

PHILADELPHIA — Luis Jimenez hit a tiebreaking two-run double in the sixth inning and Matt Shoemaker pitched five effective innings for the Angels. Mike Trout went 1-for-5 with more than 4,000 fans from his hometown of Millville, N.J., in the crowd. The two-time All-Star centerfielder grew up in the small town 45 minutes south of Philadelphia. Shoemaker outdueled Cliff Lee in his second career start and first this season. Lee allowed four unearned runs in seven innings and was hurt by three errors by third baseman Cody Asche.

Angels 4, Phillies 3 05/13/14 [Last modified: Tuesday, May 13, 2014 11:03pm]
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