Despite making up some ground over the weekend, the Los Angeles Angels still aren't in position for one of the AL's two wild-card berths.
Keeping things going against the visiting Seattle Mariners could prove crucial if they hope to make the playoffs.
The red-hot Zack Greinke looks to lead the Angels a fourth consecutive win Tuesday night in the first of six games against the Mariners over the next nine days.
Albert Pujols and Kendrys Morales each had two RBIs as Los Angeles (84-69) completed a three-game sweep of Chicago with Sunday's 4-1 victory. The Angels, who limited the White Sox to five runs in the series, have gone 22-9 while posting a major league-leading 2.83 ERA since Aug. 21.
Sitting in third place in the wild-card standings with nine games remaining, Los Angeles is trying to catch division rival Oakland or Baltimore.
"Obviously there's a little bit of scoreboard watching going on now as we dwindle now here," Jered Weaver said after earning his AL-leading 19th win S...