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Angels' Heaney dominates Athletics in 3-1 win

ANAHEIM, Calif. - Andrew Heaney stepped back, stepped up, and fired a fastball faster than he ever had. With his 92nd pitch Monday night at Angel Stadium, Heaney reached further within his frame and pumped a 96-mph fastball to Oakland's Ryon Healy.

The pitch caught manager Los Angeles Angels Mike Scioscia's eye, but it was a foot high. Heaney forged on. He spun a curveball that Healy fouled off, then another fastball, up, but enticingly so. Healy

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