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The Los Angeles Angels’ recent loss to the St. Louis Cardinals left manager Ron Washington feeling frustrated, as a squeeze play attempt ultimately failed and left the team struggling to keep up. In the bottom of the eighth inning, with the bases loaded and the Angels down by one run, Luis Guillorme was tasked with executing a squeeze bunt to tie the game. However, despite being recently acquired by the Angels, Guillorme struggled to do so, missing a 1-1 slider and resulting in a tag-out at home plate and a baserunner advancing to third.

Four pitches later, Guillorme struck out to end the inning and squandered the Angels’ chance to tie or take the lead. Washington defended his decision to call for the squeeze play, citing the matchup of lefty vs. lefty and wanting to avoid a potential double play. He placed the blame squarely on Guillorme, stating that he didn’t do his job. Despite Romero’s struggles with control leading up to the play, Washington dismissed any notion that wildness played a factor in Guillorme’s failure.

In response to Washington’s comments, Guillorme acknowledged his failure and credited Romero for making a good pitch. The loss dropped

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