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Angels have cloudy recollections

Players say sweep means little now

By Baxter Holmes
Globe Correspondent / July 29, 2008

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It seems the best team in the major leagues has short-term memory. Roughly a week ago, the Los Angeles Angels, who lead the majors in wins (64), began the second half by sweeping the defending World Series champion Red Sox, winning three in Anaheim by a combined score of 20-8. (Full article: 614 words)

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