Rangers Have 4-Error Inning Against Angels
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ARLINGTON (AP) — The Texas Rangers have set a club record with the first four-error inning in the major leagues since 2010.
There were two outs with the bases empty in the second against the Los Angeles Angels on Thursday night when first baseman Mitch Moreland booted a ground ball from Andrew Romine.
After a single by J.B. Shuck, second baseman Ian Kinsler let a routine grounder from Erick Aybar get past him into shallow right field. Romine scored easily from second, and Kinsler got another error when his throw hit Shuck in the back at third, allowing Aybar to take second.
Adrian Beltre’s throwing error on an infield single by Mike Trout allowed Aybar to score the third unearned run.
The last four-error inning was by Pittsburgh on June 16, 2010.
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