Anaheim, CA (Sports Network) - Albert Pujols homered and knocked in three runs
as the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim powered past the Texas Rangers, 7-4, in
the rubber match of a three-game series at Angel Stadium.
Bobby Wilson also went deep and finished with two RBI for the Angels, who had
lost three of their last four.
Mike Trout added a pair of hits and a run scored in the victory. He has now
scored a run in 14 straight games, setting an Angels franchise and
American League rookie record.
Dan Haren (7-8) made his return from the disabled list and allowed two runs on
three hits and three walks through six innings to earn the win. He had been
sidelined since July 3 with lower back stiffness.
Matt Harrison (12-5) surrendered four runs on eight hits and two walks over
six-plus innings to take the loss for Texas, which had won six of its last
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