Angels' Hansel Robles: Holds on for 17th save
Robles recorded a two-out save against the White Sox on Thursday, allowing one run on two hits and a strikeout in the 8-7 victory.
With one out, Robles came into the ninth inning to replace Trevor Cahill, who had given up a pair of runs to cut the Angels lead to 8-5. The White Sox got to Robles right away with a two-run home run by Welington Castillo, making it a one-run game. The right-hander then put the tying runner on base by allowing a single to Yolmer Sanchez. Luckily, Robles stifled the threat with a fielder's choice out and a strikeout to finish things off for good. The 29-year-old now has 17 saves this season with a 2.98 ERA and 1.16 WHIP.
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