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Chris Iannetta has a close call

Thursday, May 03, 2012

Chris Iannetta nearly stood between Jered Weaver and the second perfect game in Angels history. Or, make that, didn't stand between it. Until Weaver's seventh-inning walk of Josh Willingham -- facilitated by umpire Ed Hickox denying the Angels' appeal of a two-strike checked swing -- Iannetta's second-inning passed ball was the only Twins base runner in Wednesday night's no-hitter. (ESPN.com)

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