ANAHEIM, Calif. -- Now Dan Haren knows what it's like to pitch in Anaheim.
Sometimes, it's sluggish outfield defense. Sometimes, it's paltry run support.
On most nights, it's a difficult assignment to win a game from the pitching mound if you play for the Los Angeles Angels.
Haren, who was delighted to be traded from the last-place Arizona Diamondbacks a week ago, couldn't have done much more Saturday night to help steer his new team back into contention. He pitched all nine ...