Pujols out at first base as call is overturned

Pujols out at first base as call is overturned

ANAHEIM -- The Rangers won a big challenge in the bottom of the eighth inning of their 2-1 win against the Angels on Sunday.

The score was tied at 1 when Mike Trout drew a one-out walk off Rangers reliever Shawn Tolleson. Albert Pujols followed with a smash at third baseman Adrian Beltre, who juggled the ball as he tried to gain control.

Beltre threw to first, but Pujols was called safe by first-base umpire Jim Wolf. First baseman Adam Rosales went to argue and Trout raced to third. The Rangers challenged the call at first and it was overturned after replay review. With two outs and a runner at third, Gordon Beckham flew out to right to end the inning.

The Rangers went ahead in the top of the ninth on a home run by Ryan Rua.

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