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Aybar exits Game 2 due to strained right quad

Aybar exits Game 2 due to strained right quad

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Aybar exits Game 2 due to strained right quad
ARLINGTON -- Angels shortstop Erick Aybar exited Game 2 of Sunday's doubleheader in the second inning with a strained right quad and is day to day.

After the doubleheader split, manager Mike Scioscia said Aybar will be re-evaluated prior to Monday's series opener agianst the Mariners.

The switch-hitting Aybar came into Sunday with the highest second-half batting average in the American League and a .290/.324/.417 slash line on the year.

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