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Frustrating, frustrating game last night.  Too many men left on base (although the Angels also stranded a bunch).  Mediocre pitching, and a questionable decision to leave a clearly struggling Scott Feldman out there in the sixth inning until he blew the lead.  Chances to take back the lead that weren't capitalized on.

Jeff Wilson's game story talks about that key sixth inning, where the Angels scored four runs after two were out in the inning and no one was on.

The game story on the Rangers' web site talks about the Angels big inning spoiling Vladimir Guerrero's return to Anaheim, although he did his part to give the Rangers a chance to win.

Richard Durrett has his post-game thoughts up at the ESPN Dallas blog.

Wilson's notes in the S-T include Colby Lewis's reaction to being bumped back a couple of days, and the Anaheim crowd's reaction to Vlad's return.

Wilson also has a story about Omar Beltre making his major league debut today, after all those years of not being allowed in the United States.

Rich Harden will throw a side session today, and could head out on a rehab assignment next week.