It took the Angels 14 innings to score one run Tuesday.
It took them just nine to do the same Wednesday.
So there is that.
As far as bright sides that’s about the best the Angels can muster these days.
Another day came and went Wednesday and another loss was etched onto their ledger of despair — the Cleveland Indians completing a three-game sweep with a 3-1 victory to send the Angels hobbling into late August with nine losses over their last 11 games.
Players are falling left and right — Mike Trout missed his third straight game with a tight right hamstring Howie Kendrick still isn’t well enough to come off the disabled list and Albert Pujols won’t play again this year — the Angeles are nose diving in the standings and the only intrigue remaining is the progress of a handful of youngsters and whether manager Mike Scioscia and general manager Jerry DiPoto will survive this nightmare of a season with their jobs intact.
This is next-level bad for the Angels who approached this se...