Mariners off to bad start to final road trip as Angels win for third time in series

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The Seattle Times

ANAHEIM, Calif. — Regardless of their record, which will end with more losses than wins for the seventh consecutive season, and out of postseason contention since late June, the Los Angeles Angels are still capable of beating teams because of the power production by two hitters in their lineup. On Sunday, the Mariners were reminded of just how much damage Luis Rengifo and Livan Soto can do in a 5-1 loss. Wait, what? OK, so on most days, the two hitters that can carry the Angels offense to victory are former MVP winners Mike Trout and Shohei Ohtani. But on Sunday, it was a one-time Mariners min…

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