Angels 3, Royals 2 Lee Smith pitched the ninth inning for a record 18th save in 18 appearances last night, preserving California's 3-2 victory over visiting Kansas City.
They did it because Jeter reached on a walk to open the 11th and, one out later, the Angels pitched to Williams instead of walking him and pitching to Paul O'Neill.
As the Angels pitching coach, Black won a World Series ring in 2002 against the San Francisco Giants.
Angels 3, Brewers 1 In Anaheim, Calif., Joe Magrane pitched a four-hitter to help the Angels snap a six-game losing streak.
However, since the Angels only pitched eight innings, this game is not recognized as an official no-hitter.
The Angels starter Paul Byrd pitched six solid innnings, giving up only two runs.
Also in those two months Angels ace pitcher Jered Weaver would pitch the tenth no-hitter in the Angels MLB history.
Angels relief pitcher Doug Corbett pitched a perfect tenth and eleventh innings, and California broke through in the bottom of the eleventh.
And then when the Angels pitched to Bonds, he would more likely than not deliver a critical hit himself, often a home run.
The Angels had pitched battles with street criminals, and the police arrested dozens of Angels, branding them as reckless vigilantes.