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Topic - Chris Iannetta
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.
"It never gets old - your first one, your last one, whatever it may be. It's an awesome feeling," Iannetta said. "I know I hit it really well. But Angel Stadium at night, you never know - and Gentry's a really good outfielder. He almost jumped out of the gym on that one. I think it went off his glove, so I was very thankful that he didn't make an awesome play."