Vladimir Guerrero's bases-loaded single keyed
a six-run seventh-inning rally and the Los Angeles Angels beat the
The Angels take two of three in their first visit to Cincinnati.
Bartolo Colon (bahr-TOH'-loh kuh-LOHN') got his sixth win in
eight decisions despite trailing when he left the game after the
Francisco Rodriguez gave up two singles and Ken Griffey Junior's
R-B-I groundout in the ninth, before striking out Adam Dunn for his
American League-leading 21st save in 22 chances. The Angels have
now won their last 113 games when leading after eight innings.
Reds reliever Gary Majewski (muh-JEH'-skee) got tagged with the
loss and is 0-and-1.
The Angels are 17 games over .500 for the second time and their
42-and-25 mark represents the best start in franchise history.
Since May ninth, the Angels have been on a 25-and-9 tear that is
the best in the majors.
Retired American racecar driver and owner Parnelli Jones looks back at his legacy as the 1963 Indianapolis 500 winner. Jones recalls memories from the seven times he ran the race. Jones is now the oldest living winner at 79 years old. (NBC Sports)