ANAHEIM, Calif. -- It was another throwback night at Angel Stadium with the Halos wearing the 1960's edition of their uniforms and a Beatles' tribute band providing nostalgic postgame entertainment.
The nostalgia wasn't limited to the baseball aesthetics Saturday night as a pair of Angels showed a resurrection of their former greatness.
Josh Hamilton -- who has battled through the toughest year of a brilliant career -- hit a walk-off home run in the 10th inning to give Los Angeles a 6-5 win over the Houston Astros.
It was the 18th homer of the season for the outfielder signed by the Halos for five years and 125 million during the offseason. Thats 25 fewer bombs than he hit during the 2012 season, when he blasted 43 while driving in 128 runs.
Arriving in Anaheim with Hamilton were expectations of an MVP award and possible World Series appearance, but it has been disappointment at nearly every corner Hamilton has turned.
But he's the type of player who usually thrives in big m...