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Byline: John Brockmann STAFF WRITER
ST. PETERSBURG -- It was time for the veterans to get this crippled and young Tampa Bay Devil Rays out of their funk, and Bobby Witt and Fred McGriff were just the answer.
Witt tossed a complete-game, four-hit shutout, and the sizzling hot McGriff hit his 24th and 25th home runs to lead Tampa Bay over the Anaheim Angels, 7-0, before a sparse crowd of 15,596 on Monday night in Tropicana Field.
"All I think about when I go out there," the 35-year-old Witt said, "is trying to give us a chance to win. That's pretty much my approach."
Holding opponents scoreless certainly gives his team a chance to win.
Witt walked …