ANAHEIM (AP) — Adrian Beltre hit a two-run homer,Michael Young added an eighth-inning RBI single, and the TexasRangers eliminated the Los Angeles Angels from the playoff race with a 4-3 victory Monday night.

Elvis Andrus had four hits for the AL West champion Rangers (94-66), who have won eight of nine. Texas also stayed one game ahead of Detroit (93-67) for the league’s second-best record and homefield advantage in this weekend’s division series.

Peter Bourjos had a run-scoring single in the ninth for the Angels, who began the night three games behind the wild card-leading Red Sox with three to play.

Although Boston’s woes provided an opportunity, Los Angeles has fallen apart with seven losses in 11 games.

Neftali Feliz struck out All-Star Howie Kendrick to finish his 31st save.


(Copyright 2011 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

Comments (2)
  1. yourbizness says:


  2. Paul Butera says:

    The LA Angels is a good team. Just like the all say in Special Olympics
    there are oly winners no loser. They tryed there best. Let me win but if i can not let me be brave in the atempt. the yankees and the Mets are the LOOOOOOers this years. The LA angels fans should have fath in the LA Angels. I like the Yankees the LA Angels Mets Mets and the LA Dogers.

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