OAKLAND, Calif. — Aaron Loup is the consummate professional. After blowing an eighth inning lead on Opening Day, he was already dressed and waiting at his locker for reporters. He might’ve failed on the field. But he understood the accountability to the fans was an important part of what came next. “Probably the most embarrassing outing of my career,” Loup said. “… I was out there pitching scared, like a little b — -.” That came just minutes after Angels third baseman Anthony Rendon grabbed a fan’s shirt and swiped at him for calling Rendon something similar to what Loup…
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