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Game 84: Angels @ Minnesota Twins

Here's hoping Johan Ervin can get back to form.

Betcha Gibson loves 'Murica.
Betcha Gibson loves 'Murica.
Jeffrey Becker-USA TODAY Sports

First Pitch: 7:10 PM. Vegas odds: -170 MIN / LAA +155

Weather: Cloudy, Dry, Start Temp 90°

TV: FSN. Radio: The Singing Cowboy Was On It

Opponent's SB site: Halos Heaven

Parker Bridwell was an Orioles prospect the Angels picked up back in April. He's bounced up and down since, and in doing so been more effective than Nik Turley. He throws a 93-MPH fastball, a cutter, slow slider, and change. Digits:


We all knew Ervin Santana was going to regress to the mean. We just like it best when he doesn't try to get his averages back to career levels all in one game! I think a case could be made for Santana really not deserving an All-Star spot (or Berrios deserving it more), if one remotely cares who's named to the All-Star Game, and I don't.

Today's Lineups

Cameron Maybin - CF Brian Dozier - 2B
Kole Lake Calhoun - RF Robbie Grossman - DH
Albert Pujols - DH Miguel Sano - 1B
Yunel Escobar - 3B Herr Max Kepler - RF
Luis Valbuena - 1B Eduardo Escobar - 3B
Andrelton Simmons - SS Eddie Rosario - LF
Cliff Pennington - 2B Jorge Polanco - SS
Martin Maldonado - C Jason Castro District - C
Eric "Carl" Young Jr. - LF Byron Buxton - CF
Parker Bridwell - RHP Ervin Santana - RHP