NEW YORK — Cameron Maybin and the Los Angeles Angels turned a little mayhem into a lot of runs.
Albert Pujols lined a go-ahead single that drove in Maybin during a messy, four-run rally in the seventh inning and the Angels overcame Aaron Judge's major league-leading 25th homer to beat the New York Yankees 10-5 on Thursday night.
The Angels took advantage of three errors and two wild pitches — including a heater by Dellin Betances that sailed to the backstop — during a late surge. Los Angeles sent the AL East leaders to their eighth loss in nine games.
"Love creating chaos," the speedy Maybin said. "Making those guys frantic."
Maybin led off...