Los Angeles Angels defeat Baltimore Orioles, 6-5
ANAHEIM, Calif. -- The frustration showed on the faces of Ramon Hernandez, whose base-running gaffe ruined a potentially much bigger first inning, and Brian Roberts, who represented the tying run in the ninth inning until he was picked off first base.
But no Oriole looked more defeated in a quiet post-game clubhouse than veteran Steve Trachsel, who was at a loss to explain his inability recently to get outs and keep his team in the game.
Trachsel had another miserabl...
A recap of the Orioles' 6-5 loss to the Angels yesterday:
TRACHSEL TROUNCED AGAIN
Steve Trachsel's second stint in the Orioles' rotation could be on borrowed time. The veteran right-hander had another awful outing, his third in his past four appearances. Presented a 2-0 lead, Trachsel allowed two home runs and four runs in the first inning. The big blow was Torii Hunter's three-run drive to left field. The Orioles crept to within 4-3, but then Trachsel surrendered a ...