With Sean O'Sullivan going to Kansas City along with lefty Will Smith in the Alberto Callaspo deal, the Angels need a starter for Sunday's series finale. It's likely to be Trevor Bell, who arrived in New York from Triple-A Salt Lake along with O'Sullivan and pitched the ninth inning of O'Sullivan's 10-2 win on Tuesday night at Yankee Stadium. ... Bell, who had been relieving for the Angels earlier in the season, stretched out to 83 pitches in his third start at Salt Lake and said he'd be able to throw 100 pitches next time out if necessary. He hopes it is necessary. Bell, 23, made his Major League debut as a starter against Tampa Bay last August and went 5 1/3 innings, yielding four earned runs in a victory. He claimed his first win next time out at Cleveland, holding the Indians to three earned runs in 5 1/3 innings, throwing 109 pitches. ... The Rangers' 55-40 record through 95 games matched the club record, reached most recently in 2004. ... Former Angel superstar Vladimir Guerrero has the best home run-to-strikeout ratio among all sluggers in the Majors with 20 homers and 33 K's coming into the series.