My Guardian Angel News for 08-07-2018

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Angels 27 Turns 27 Contest Official Rules

WINNER’S LIST: For the Winner’s name, mail a request and a self-addressed, stamped envelope to be received by October 1, 2018, to: Angels 27 Turns 27 Contest Winner’s List c/o Angels Baseball, 2000 E Gene Autry Way, Anaheim, CA 92806. Any Entry that does not comply with the Content Restrictions or otherwise with these Official Rules will be void, eliminated and not eligible for consideration. Employees, officers and directors and members of the same household, whether or not related) of Sponsor, the other MLB Entities and each of their respective parents, affiliated companies, subsidiaries, licensees, distributors, dealers, retailers, printers, advertising and promotion agencies, and any and all other companies associated with the Contest are not eligible to participate or win the Prize. Released Parties will not be responsible for weather conditions, Acts of God, acts of terrorism, civil disturbances, work stoppage or any other natural disaster outside their control that may cause the cancellation or postponement of any Major League Baseball game, event or exhibition. CONTEST ADMINISTRATION: Sponsor will be responsible for resolving any disputes and rules violations that arise in connection with the Contest. 

Nothing herein will obligate the MLB Entities to make any use of any of the rights set forth herein. In the event that any potential winner does not respond to such Prize Notification within the Required Response Time or fails to provide Sponsor all information necessary to receive the Prize or declines the Prize for any reason. Refusal or return of such documents as non-deliverable or any potential winner’s noncompliance with these Official Rules may result in disqualification, Prize forfeiture and, at Sponsor’s sole discretion and time permitting, may cause an alternate potential winner to be chosen from among all remaining eligible Entries. Sponsor’s failure to enforce any term of these Official Rules shall not constitute a waiver of that provision. Released Parties are not responsible for any technical, computer, network, typographical, printing, human or other errors relating to or in connection with this Contest, including, without limitation, errors or problems which may occur in connection with the offer or administration of this Contest, the processing of entries, the tabulation of scores, the cancellation of games or any errors appearing in any Contest related-materials including, but not limited, to errors in advertising, the Official Rules, the selection and announcement of the Winner or the distribution of the Prize. 

By entering the Contest, each participant agrees to indemnify, hold harmless and fully release the Released Parties from any and all claims, demands, losses, promises, causes of action and/or liabilities for any injuries, losses, death, or damages of any kind caused, directly or indirectly, in whole or in part, by participation in, or preparation for, the Contest, Contest-related activity, participant’s Entry, or resulting from the acceptance, possession, quality, use or misuse of the Prize including any travel or activity related thereto. The Released Parties are not responsible for any problems or technical malfunction of any telephone network, cable, satellite, wireless, Internet Service Provider or lines, computer systems, servers, or providers, computer equipment, software, malfunctions of wireless devices, wireless service problems, cellular tower equipment, failure of any email or entry to be received on account of technical problems or traffic congestion on the Internet or at any website or wireless service congestion, or any combination thereof, including any injury or damage to participant’s or any other person’s computer related to or resulting from participation or downloading any materials in this Contest. 

Keywords: [“any”,”win”,”Entry”]

Seattle Mariners vs Los Angeles Angels game recap 4-3 7-27-18

They missed opportunities in the ninth and 10th innings and Mariner-killer Kole Calhoun didn’t with his walk-off home run against Juan Nicasio on the first pitch he saw in the bottom of the 10th inning to give the Angels a 4-3 victory on Friday at Angel Stadium. The Mariners’ month-long anemic offense posted zeros against Angels starter Andrew Heaney into the fifth inning, with the Angels spotted to a 3-0 lead. The Mariners offense entered this game with a.232 team batting average in July – their worst average of any month so far. Mike Zunino had his second hit of the day, following his home run with a line-drive that had left fielder Justin Upton spinning around, to lead off the eighth inning – the Mariners trailing, 3-2. Rew Romine entered as a pinch runner and after Ben Gamel moved him to third, Guillermo Heredia found just enough room on a bloop single to right field to tie the game. 

Speaking of first home runs in a while – Cruz sent an opposite-field missile out to right-center for his first home run since July 4, and he cut the Angels’ lead to 3-2. Kyle Seager almost made it back-to-back home runs, following Cruz with a shot to straightaway center field – AKA Mike Troutland. The Angels loaded the bases on a bloop single from Jose Briceno in the second inning before Calhoun lined a ground-rule double for two Angels runs. After Ryon Healy struck out, Chris Herrmann lined a shot down the first-base line, but Albert Pujols, the 38-year-old, dived to his left, snared it and saved what was likely a Mariners lead. But he moved the runners to second and third before Ben Gamel struck out. 

An inning after the Mariners had runners at first and second with no outs, but didn’t score, they had Dee Gordon at third base with one out and their All-Stars due – Jean Segura and Mitch Haniger – in the 10th. Gordon got there with his third single, then he stole second and reached third on catcher Jose Briceno’s throwing error. Zunino is quite strong and he got just enough of the first-pitch sinker from Andrew Heaney to get it over Kole Calhoun’s glove and over the short porch in right field for a solo home run – it traveled 345 feet. Between his stint on the disabled list and his offensive struggles, that was Zunino’s first home run since June 29. Zunino finished 2-for-3 with his first home run since June 29 and then a rope of a double to left field in the eighth that eventually led to the game-tying run. 

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