Second act is starting slowly for Halos

ANGEL BASERUNNER is just about to get tagged out at second in the Halos’ 5-3 loss to the White Sox on Monday (Angels photo).

The “second half” of the 2018 season for the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim isn’t starting off as well as hoped.  After a 5-3 come-from-ahead loss to the Chicago White Sox on Monday, the Halos have lost three of four games (actually, four of five overall) and again dropped below .500 at 50-51.

At first it looked good for the Orange County team, breaking out to a 3-1 lead over the ChiSox (35-64), on the strength of a two-run double by Kole Calhoun and a solo home run by Shohei Ohtani. But Jose Abreu homered and drove in a run on a single to push the visitors to the win in Anaheim.  Jaime Barria (5-7) took the loss. The Angels will again host the Sox on Tuesday with Felix Pena (1-0) making the start for the home team.

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