Found June 18, 2013 on Valley Bay News:
Two season highs were matched tonight for the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim in their 11-3 victory over the Seattle Mariners. The final line on the scoreboard in right field had the Angels with 21 hits, and on the left field side, had 11 K’s, nine of those coming from Jason Vargas, a season high for the young talent. Jason Vargas allowed just four hits and two runs, that could be constituted as contraversial (see later in article). Over the night, Vargas threw 109 pitches, 73 that were strikes, only four balls that missed in the same at bat (one walk) and he sent nine back to the bench by way of the K, five looking or whiffing on his 80-mile-per-hour changeup The last time Aaron Harang pitched in Anaheim, a certain young talent decided he wanted to make history. Mike Trout hit for the cycle nearly a month ago, and decided he’d make history one more time with Harang as the starter. In the bottom of the sixth inning, the Angels messed around a little, and scored seven runs, but one, ju...
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