They managed nothing, and then they could do so much. On Wednesday night, the Angels did not get a man to second base in a shutout defeat. On Thursday afternoon, the Angels advanced 14 men there, a forceful enough effort to erase the recent memories.
Hours after their worst offensive performance of 2017, the Angels registered one of their best, scoring 10 unanswered runs to race past Detroit 11-4 at Comerica Park.
“That’s the beauty of this game,” said Eric Young Jr., one of three Angels with three hits. “At any time, anything can click. If you stay persistent with it, something like today can happen.”
The Angels (31-32) did not sleep through the first of two weekday...