After their brawl with the Mariners on Sunday, several Angels players said they believed the incident would only bring the club even closer together going forward and that they felt like they could build on their win in the series finale.
The Angels kept their momentum going on Monday despite having to weather the announcement of the suspensions of interim manager Phil Nevin, four players and four coaches. They came through with a come-from-behind 4-3 win over the White Sox in the series opener at Angel Stadium. It gave the Angels one-run wins in back-to-back games for the first time since June 11-12, 2021, and marked the first time they won consecutive home games this year since May 22-24.
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