Angels win, Dodgers split

ANGELS’ REID DETMERS pitched well against the Texas Rangers on Friday as the Halos won 9-3 (Canadian Press photo via AP).

As the 2023 season winds down, the local teams won two games and lost one on Tuesday. 

In their final double-header of the season, the Los Angeles Dodger (97-60) lost the first game and won the second in Denver.

The Colorado Rockies won the first game 4-1, but the Blue Crew dominated the second, winning 11-2. In that contest, the Dodgers banged out 18 hits, including a home run by Freddie Freeman, his 27th of the season. He drove in two runs and walked twice. He also doubled.

James Outman was 4-for-6 with two runs scored. Max Muncy was 3-for-4 with two runs scored and one run driven in. 

Bo Miller (11-4) got the win, working seven innings and yielding seven hits and two earned runs. He struck out nine batters and walked none.

The Los Angeles Angels evened their series with the Texas Rangers in Anaheim at one game each with a 9-3 win Tuesday night.

Brandon Drury got the Halos off to a big start in the first inning with a three-run home run in the bottom of the inning. He ended up with a 3-for-4 night, including three RBIs and two runs scored. Three other batters had two hits.

Reid Detmers (4-10) got the win, working seven innings and yielding four hits and one home run. He struck out seven batters and walked four as the Angels improved their record to 71-87.

The Angels will be in action on Wednesday against the Rangers with Griffin Canning (7-7) making the start.

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