Aug 7, 2012, 8:51 AM EST
Jered Weaver won again last night, shutting out the A’s for his league-leading 15th win of the season.
Weaver struck out nine, didn’t walk a batter and allowed only four hits. One of those guys was erased on a double play. In short: Weaver was dominant.
Weaver has won nine straight starts, and as a team the Angels have won his last 12 starts. His win total, his one loss on the season and his ERA (2.13) is the stuff of unanimous Cy Young Award votes.
Which, when you figure that, at present, Mike Trout is the easy favorite for Rookie of the Year and the likely favorite for AL MVP, the Angels are on pace to take home some serious hardware this postseason.
Not bad for a team that, if the season ended today, would find itself having to win a three-way tiebreaker for the last playoff slot.
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