Angels' Hansel Robles: Ekes out 15th save
Robles pitched one inning against the Dodgers on Tuesday and gave up one run on two hits and a walk to earn the save.
Robles entered the game having pitched 10 consecutive scoreless innings but surrendered a run on a walk followed by a double and a sacrifice fly. He then gave up a pinch-hit single to Enrique Hernandez and would have allowed another run -- and suffered his third blown save of the season -- if not for a perfect throw from right field by Kole Calhoun to gun down Cody Bellinger at the plate and end the game. Despite the shaky appearance, Robles has a firm grasp on closing duties for the Angels, compiling 15 saves in 17 chances while posting a 2.70 ERA and 46:12 K:BB in 46.2 innings.
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