By Joe Haakenson, AngelsWin.com Contributor -
MAY 3, 2002
GAME 28 - ANGELS AT BLUE JAYS
TORONTO -- A bloop hit, an error, a walk and suddenly Troy Percival was in the eye of the storm again. The Angels closer, called upon to save a two-run lead in the ninth inning Friday night against the Toronto Blue Jays, didn't blink.
With the bases loaded and one out, Percival struck out Carlos Delgado and got Raul Mondesi to ground out to second base and lift the Angels to their eighth consecutive win, 6-4, before 13,183 at SkyDome.
''You don't ideally write it up that way,'' Percival said. ''Delgado and Mondesi with the bases loaded is not a situation you're looking forward to.''
But like last week when Percival struck out both Mondesi and Delgado to finish off a 4-0 win in Anaheim, the end result was all that mattered.
The winning streak is the fourth longest in club history and put the club back at .500 (14-14) for the first time since they were 3-3 on April 8. And what's ...