A four-run seventh cut the Angels' deficit in half, but the Rangers responded with a run in the eighth to take a 10-5 lead. Scott Feldman started the seventh with 110 pitches against an Angels lineup that had was without Chone Figgins and Bobby Abreu, but the Angels started with three straight hits against the right-hander.
He was charged with three runs, as Jason Jennings got only two outs. Neftali Feliz ended the threat by getting Kendry Morales to pop out to end the inning.
Feliz started the eighth, and his first five pitches were clocked at only 94, 94, 96, 94 and 96 mph. Geez, what's wrong with him?
-- Jeff Wilson