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Topic - Erick Aybar
After two straight seasons of looking up at the Athletics in the AL West standings, the Los Angeles Angels came to Oakland with a chance to move into first place with a three-game sweep.
On a night when Mike Trout and Erick Aybar hit home runs and rookie Matt Shoemaker left the game with a lead, the Los Angeles Angels lost on a simple bunt play.
Everything went right for the Tampa Bay Rays after a mind-numbing loss the night before. Chris Archer escaped a bases-loaded jam with Albert Pujols at the plate, Grant Balfour was able to redeem himself, and Yunel Escobar continued his success against Jered Weaver.
A bad night by the bullpen brought an end to the Toronto Blue Jays' winning streak.
Joe Smith and Ernesto Frieri insist they don't mind which one of them is called on to pitch the ninth inning for the Los Angeles Angels, even if it means some bullpen mixing and matching from game to game.
Throughout an up-and-down month, the Los Angeles Angels have been pretty consistent in one area: hitting home runs.
Hiroki Kuroda can identify the moment he knew his outing was going to be a dud: Hank Conger' line drive in the second inning that smashed off the right field wall with a loud thud.
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.
After blowing a three-run lead in the ninth inning on one ill-fated pitch to Raul Ibanez, Jose Valverde needed a lift, and so did his New York Mets teammates.
The Los Angeles Angels finally showed off their high-powered offense to win their first game of the season.
The Dominicans have their crown, at last. Dominican Republic President Danilo Medina understood the magnitude of this victory, and made sure to call right away to offer his congratulations after his countrymen won 3-0 on Tuesday night.
Pinch hitter Erick Aybar singled home the go-ahead run in the ninth for the Dominicans, who improved to 5-0. They're assured of a spot in the semifinals beginning Sunday in San Francisco.
Oakland Athletics pitcher Brandon McCarthy remained in a "life-threatening" situation in a Bay Area hospital two days after being hit in the head by a line drive.
Athletics pitcher Brandon McCarthy left in the fourth inning of Wednesday's 7-1 loss to the Los Angeles Angels after Erick Aybar's hard line drive ricocheted off the right-hander's head.
Brandon McCarthy left in the fourth inning against the Los Angeles Angels on Wednesday after a hard line drive off the bat of Erick Aybar hit Oakland's opening-day starter in the head.
"It has been a tough last two days for me as I keep replaying in my head when the ball struck Brandon," Aybar said in a statement released by the team. "I am encouraged and thankful to know he has made significant progress, and I keep praying to God to help him recover quickly and fully. I also pray for him and his wife. Our game is a tight brotherhood, and right now we all wear the same uniform colors."
"An umpire makes a mistake," Aybar said. "What I did was forget about it and make contact."