ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) — The Minnesota Twins are still struggling to regain their stride out of the All-Star break, and that’s given them little chance to keep pace with the surging Los Angeles Angels this week.
Huston Street became the 27th pitcher to record 300 career saves, Kole Calhoun had three hits and drove in two runs, and the Angels beat the Twins 5-2 on Wednesday night for their seventh straight victory.
Brian Dozier had an early two-run single for the Twins, who have lost four straight in California, including two to the Angels. Minnesota has lost eight straight games to Los Angeles overall, and hasn’t won at Angel Stadium since July 23, 2013.
Minnesota left seven runners on base in a frustrating three-inning stretch against C.J. Wilson (8-7), who got Eddie Rosario on a grounder to escape a bases-loaded jam with his 105th pitch in the fifth. Four relievers…
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