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Werth, LaRoche Lift Nats Past Angels 5-4 in 9th

Werth, LaRoche Lift Nats Past Angels 5-4 in 9th

nytimes.com MLB.com Updated Apr 23, 2014
Trailing by two runs with two men on in the bottom of the ninth inning, Washington's Jayson Werth worked a 3-0 count against Angels closer Ernesto Frieri.
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  • Clippard not pleased, but not concerned by start

    Clippard not pleased, but not concerned by start

    MLB.com Apr 23, 2014
    After allowing four unearned runs to the Angels in a 4-2 loss on Monday night, Nationals reliever Tyler Clippard indicated that he may be tipping his pitches. But manager Matt Williams believes Clippard has a problem with his location.
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  • Angels say Albert Pujols called his shots on 499th and 500th ho…

    Angels say Albert Pujols called his shots on 499th and 500th homers

    yahoo.com Apr 23, 2014
    We're never going to know for sure if Babe Ruth really called his shot and hit a home run against the Cubs in the 1933 World Series. It's fun to think he did. And we know it's possible, because others have done it. Albert Pujols did it Tuesday night, hi…
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  • Video - Nationals Walk Off With Win 00:46

    Nationals Walk Off With Win

    Apr 23
    Adam LaRoche capped the Nationals' 5-4 comeback against the Angels.
  • Video - Mint Condition: Pujols Gets 500 Back 04:30

    Mint Condition: Pujols Gets 500 Back

    Apr 23
    Sports Collectors Daily editor Rich Mueller breaks down the recent trend of fans returning milestone baseballs to players without asking for compensation in return.
  • Video - Mint Condition: Pujols Market 03:13

    Mint Condition: Pujols Market

    Apr 23
    Sports Collectors Daily editor Rich Mueller breaks down the reaction of the memorabilia market to Albert Pujols' 500th home run.
  • Video - MLB Daily Download: Wednesday 04:52

    MLB Daily Download: Wednesday

    Apr 23
    Cary Chow recaps Tuesday night's action from around the league, including some long-ball action from various players, none of whom could overshadow Albert Pujols' memorable night.