By Joe Haakenson, AngelsWin.com Contributor -
JUNE 25, 2002
GAME 75 - ANGELS AT RANGERS
ARLINGTON, Texas -- It's been a Jekyll-and-Hyde season for Angels pitcher Scott Schoeneweis, and Tuesday night at The Ballpark in Arlington, Mr. Hyde showed up again.
Schoeneweis gave up eight runs in only 4 2/3 innings and the Angels dropped their third game in the past two days to the Texas Rangers, 11-5, the Rangers' eighth win in row overall. The Angels lefty gave up four hits, three which were home runs, and walked five while he continued his trend of throwing either very well or very poorly.
He's allowed one run or fewer in five of his 15 starts, but he's allowed five runs or more in five of the starts. The inconsistency is troubling to the Angels, who have a replacement ready in John Lackey should they decide to demote Schoeneweis to the bullpen.
Lackey threw seven strong innings in a 3-2 loss on Monday, but was optioned back to Triple-A Salt Lake after the game. Scioscia...