Angels' dramatic rise capped with Series rings
ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) -- This World Series is fit for the silver screen and the stars are the never-say-die Anaheim Angels.
They came out of nowhere.
They win Game 7 with a rookie pitcher.
They beat the best hitter in the world.
And they didn't need help from a monkey.
John Lackey, Garret Anderson and the Angels made it all come true, beating Barry Bonds and the San Francisco Giants 4-1 Sunday night for the franchise's first championship in 42 years.