Recap: Boston vs. LA Angels

 

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Boston, MA (SportsNetwork.com) - Chris Iannetta's ninth-inning RBI double snapped a tie and sent Los Angeles to a 4-3 victory over Boston in the second edition of a four-game set from Fenway Park.

Kole Calhoun, Mike Trout and Albert Pujols also drove in a run apiece for the Angels, who have reeled off six wins in their last seven efforts, including two in a row to begin this series.

Joe Smith (5-1) tossed a scoreless eighth, then Huston Street left two on in the ninth while picking up his 10th save.

David Ortiz homered among his two hits, with Brock Holt and Mike Napoli adding an RBI each for the Red Sox, who stumbled to their third straight defeat and fourth in five games.

Koji Uehara (5-3) took the loss after being charged with the deciding run.

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