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Robbie Rogers discusses his decision to come out of retirement to become the first openly gay male athlete to play an American professional team sport.
The Angels cruise past the Royals 5-2.
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Albert Pujols and Mike Trout both homer as the Angels top the Royals for their fifth straight win.
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