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Nobody knows who won the Angels-Orioles game because we had to go to print!

You know, it was a tough deadline to beat.

MLB: Baltimore Orioles at Los Angeles Angels
Sadly, this hit didn’t secure the win.
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Orioles X, Angels X

The best the Angels have couldn’t get it done Thursday night (possibly, subject to have changed by game’s end). Mike Trout struck out looking twice with runners in scoring position. Ty Buttrey blew the save. Hansel Robles allowed the go-ahead run to score on a Trey Mancini solo home run. Andrelton Simmons didn’t even start and managed to make an error.

José Suarez needs to find some length in his starts. He went 4.1 innings, allowing two runs, and was beginning to slip towards the end. BBB didn’t let him see the lineup a third time. His short start led to Robles, Cam Bedrosian, and Taylor Cole pitching in their third straight game. It led to a lot of bad things.

The Angels got one in the first on a Justin Upton sacrifice fly and probably should’ve had more in the third, as they loaded the bases with one out. They couldn’t capitalize.

The Orioles proceeded to tie it, and then they took the lead in the fifth. It remained that way until Kole Calhoun doubled in three in the seventh. The ball should’ve been caught.

After the Orioles went ahead in the eighth and ninth innings, Brian Goodwin, defensive replacement, tied the score with a long ball.

Some stuff happened after this! The game went at least fourteen innings!

Share your thoughts about what happened! I’m sure it was cool!