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Brantley's Three Hits Pace Indians Against Halos
Matt Kartozian-USA TODAY Sports

Tommy Hanson left with triceps tightness and Trevor Bauer gave up four runs in the third inning on Wednesday, as the Angels beat the Indians, 6-5, at Tempe Diablo Stadium. Hanson, slated to be the Angels' fifth starter, gave up a couple of first-inning runs on a two-run double by Michael Brantley, then breezed through the second and third frames before feeling some tightness in his right triceps. He was removed at the start of the fourth inning for precautionary reasons.

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