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Tampa Bay Rays blow 4-2 lead in ugly loss to Angels, capping 1-5 West Coast road trip

Sloppy defense and a poor bullpen performance undermine a solid Jeff Niemann start and negate Carlos Pena's two-homer game, and Los Angeles rallies to sweep Tampa Bay, which finishes 1-5 on a brutal West Coast road trip.

Tampa Bay Rays blow 4-2 lead in ugly loss to Angels, capping 1-5 West Coast road trip 08/12/09 [Last modified: Wednesday, August 12, 2009 7:03pm]
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