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Angels trounce A's, 8-2

ANAHEIM, Calif._It's been a month, but one decision the Angels made could not possibly have produced better results.

At August's start, the Angels told their struggling starting pitcher Jesse Chavez he had to move to the bullpen. The veteran right-hander owned a 5.43 earned-run average, and the team hadn't won one of his starts since the summer solstice.

After a game-saving four-inning stint in the Angels' 8-2 victory over Oakland on Tuesday at Angel Stadium, Chavez will

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