Angels Vs. Red Sox Final Score: Halos Win Again, 7-3

The Los Angeles Angels have already secured a series win over the Boston Red Sox. On Wednesday, the Halos won their second straight game at Fenway Park by a final score of 7-3.

In the top of the third inning, the Angels got the scoring started with an RBI single from Chris Iannetta and a double-play from Mike Trout that still managed to score a run. Mark Trumbo and Maicer Izturis added RBI singles in the fourth to make it 4-0 Angels.

In the bottom of the fourth, Ryan Lavarnaway and Mike Aviles hit RBI doubles to cut the Angels lead in half. The Halos answered back with one more big inning to make it 7-2 with a Howie Kendrick home run and a two-run single from Torii Hunter.

Cody Ross hit an RBI double in the bottom of the eighth, but the Red Sox were unable to get any closer as the Halos picked up the win for starter Jered Weaver.

The Halos will go for the big sweep on Thursday.

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