ANAHEIM, Calif. — The Los Angeles Angels used eight pitchers — a franchise record for a nine-inning game — in a 2-0 victory over Oakland on Saturday night that increased their AL West lead over the Athletics to four games.
The deficit is the largest for the A’s this season. They led the division by four games on Aug. 9 before going on their current 6-13 slide.
The Angels won their fifth in a row to go a season-best 29 games over .500 (82-53).
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