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Yankees fall to Angels for killer 4th straight loss

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NEW YORK — The Yankees are in serious trouble. The Bombers lost their fourth straight Monday night, falling 5-3 to the Angels to drop to just two games above .500 at 40-38. Aaron Boone’s pregame exhortation that “our season is on the line” apparently didn’t connect. They had already banked two runs when Angels starter Dylan Bundy became ill on the mound. He left in a 2-2 game, one that looked on pace to be a high scoring shootout. The Angels got their first two runs in the top of the first when Shohei Ohtani annihilated a Michael King pitch for a solo home run that traveled 117.2 miles per hou…

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