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Topic - Chris Iannetta
After watching catcher Chris Iannetta get thrown out at the plate, Cole Kalhoun thought he could beat left fielder Yoenis Cespedes' next heave home.
Los Angeles Angels catcher Chris Iannetta hopes this happens to Garrett Richards many times over.
With all the power they possess in the middle of their lineup, the Los Angeles Angels don't usually need home runs from Chris Iannetta.
A second straight complete game was not needed from C.J. Wilson, who had enough offensive and defensive support from his teammates to make working into the seventh enough.
Tyler Skaggs put a bad start behind him in the best way possible: by carving up his next opponent.
J.A. Happ's return to the Toronto rotation might not last too much longer.
As if the Cleveland Indians haven't had enough problems on this West Coast trip, All-Star second baseman Jason Kipnis strained an abdominal muscle Tuesday night and left the game after grounding into a double play in his second at-bat.
Nationals reliever Tyler Clippard mentioned the possibility that he might be tipping off opponents to what pitch is coming.
Though it was billed as star-studded showcase of two young stars, it came down to pitching in Washington's 4-2 loss to Anaheim.
If the AL West race turns out to be as close as these three games, the Oakland Athletics and Los Angeles Angels will be battling down to the wire come September.
Tyler Skaggs pitched into the sixth inning to help the Los Angeles Angels beat the San Francisco Giants 11-4 on Monday.
C.J. Wilson allowed three runs and struck out nine over 5 2-3 innings as the Los Angeles Angels defeated a Kansas City Royals split squad 7-3 on Friday.
"He was just missing. It wasn't like he was all over the place. This stuff just happens," Iannetta said.
"It would mean he would have a long, successful career," Iannetta said.