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Rangers Vs. Angels Final Score: Texas Wins In Dramatic 11-10 Comeback

The Texas Rangers came back from a 6-0 deficit in the second inning and survived a three-run tenth inning by the Anaheim Angels with a dramatic four run comeback in the bottom of the tenth, ending with Elvis Andrus' two-run double, to win 11-10.

After starter Yu Darvish gave up seven runs in five innings of work, the Rangers clawed back to tie the game thanks to a four run fifth inning and solo scores in the eighth and ninth. Then Texas pitcher Joe Nathan gave up a pair of homers, first to Chris Iannetta and then to Albert Pujols, setting up the dramatic four-run tenth.

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