While Aaron Harang has experienced plenty of ups and downs, he was at his best during his last start.
He's never had any success against the Los Angeles Angels, though.
Harang aims for his first win in six tries against the Angels, who look to continue their home dominance of the Seattle Mariners in the first of four Monday night.
Acquired from Colorado in April, Harang (3-6, 5.60 ERA) has posted mixed results since joining the Mariners (31-39). The veteran right-hander has compiled a 1.76 ERA in six of his outings and a 17.12 mark in the other four.
Harang had everything working during Tuesday's 4-0 win over Houston, striking out a season-high 10 and walking none in a two-hitter.
"He was fantastic," manage Eric Wedge said. "When he commands his fastball and it rides like it was (Tuesday), and he's able to leverage it downhill and climb when he wants to, he's real good. When he does that his secondary stuff is locked in, too."
Harang, who's allowed two or zero runs in five of ...