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By Grant Gordon | August 19, 2009
GLENDALE — In his second career Major League Baseball start, Trevor Bell collected his first major league win. “Any first major league win would be a dream come true,” Bell told mlb.com, after the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim held on for a 5-4 win against the Cleveland Indians on the road. “Even if it was a 10-9 game, and yourself and your team gets the win, that’s a dream.” Bell, who won 25 games over four seasons as a standout at Crescenta Valley High, went 5 1/3 innings on Tuesday, just as he did when he got a no-decision in his debut last week against the Tampa Bay Rays.
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By Grant Gordon | August 13, 2009
ANAHEIM — Focused straight ahead, Trevor Bell skipped over the third-base line and into Major League Baseball. The former Crescenta Valley High phenom made his big league debut on Wednesday at Angel Stadium amid a crowd of 37,859 — with a couple hundred at least there specifically to cheer him on — and started a game the Angels would finish with a 10-5 victory. “It was amazing,” said Bell, who received news on Saturday night that he was being called up to play for the Angels from the triple-A Salt Lake Bees.
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By Grant Gordon | August 19, 2009
GLENDALE — In his second career Major League Baseball start, Trevor Bell collected his first major league win. “Any first major league win would be a dream come true,” Bell told mlb.com, after the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim held on for a 5-4 win against the Cleveland Indians on the road. “Even if it was a 10-9 game, and yourself and your team gets the win, that’s a dream.” Bell, who won 25 games over four seasons as a standout at Crescenta Valley High, went 5 1/3 innings on Tuesday, just as he did when he got a no-decision in his debut last week against the Tampa Bay Rays.
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By Grant Gordon | August 13, 2009
ANAHEIM — Focused straight ahead, Trevor Bell skipped over the third-base line and into Major League Baseball. The former Crescenta Valley High phenom made his big league debut on Wednesday at Angel Stadium amid a crowd of 37,859 — with a couple hundred at least there specifically to cheer him on — and started a game the Angels would finish with a 10-5 victory. “It was amazing,” said Bell, who received news on Saturday night that he was being called up to play for the Angels from the triple-A Salt Lake Bees.
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