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Ohtani can't find the magic as Angels drop one to Yanks

NEW YORK - The at-bat ended with a grounder to shortstop, a play about as ho-hum routine as baseball has to offer.

But nothing was ho hum or routine about Aroldis Chapman firing triple-digit fumes to the sport's reigning phenomenon, Shohei Ohtani. Chapman was brought in for a four-out save and specifically to battle Ohtani, left-hander against left-hander, might against

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