Los Angeles Angels defeat Baltimore Orioles, 4-3

DEJA VU Three weeks ago in Boston, the finest start of Jeremy Guthrie's career ended with Chris Ray blowing a save and manager Sam Perlozzo on the hot seat after pulling his starter after 91 pitches.

The Orioles didn't squander a five-run, ninth-inning lead yesterday, as they did at Fenway Park, but the loss was nearly as painful. Ray came in to protect a one-run lead after Guthrie had thrown 88 pitches in eight innings, and he couldn't get an out. Ray allowed a leadoff...

ANAHEIM, Calif. -- When third baseman Melvin Mora finally stepped off the playing field yesterday, he booted the Gatorade cooler, sending it tumbling off the top step and crashing to the dugout floor.

Several of his teammates were far more subdued, staying seated in the dugout long after Vladimir Guerrero had pounded Chris Ray's final, ill-fated pitch over the left-center-field wall, giving the Los Angeles Angels a dramatic, 4-3 victory over the Orioles. They stared lis...