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2 on, nobody out, and Michael Young grounds into a double play (hard hit, but right at the second baseman).
Teixeira flies out to centerfield; Gary Matthews, Jr., makes a pretty good catch.
Millwood walks the lead-off batter on four pitches and then gives up a hard RBI double to Vladimir Guerrero on the first pitch he sees.
The commentators hype up Sosa's return to baseball and his great spring training, and then he strikes out looking and whines at the umpire as he returns to the dugout.
Blalock gets a nice double, moves over to third on a wild pitch/pass ball, and he's stranded after the next two batters strike out.
Some Angels douchebag hits a fly ball at the wall in center field, Kenny Lofton forgets Gary Matthews, Jr., doesn't play for the Rangers anymore, tries to make a leaping catch at the wall, and the ball bounces out of his glove for a homerun.
Angels 2, Ranger 0
This season is already looking disappointing.