From the Angels' official website:
It was significant on two fronts -- the comeback by Santana, who once again resembled the 16-game winner from 2006, and the comeback in the ninth inning against a man once known as the most dominant closer of them all.
"Ervin throwing the ball the way we saw is going to be very big for us, and he's going to start next week for us [at Angel Stadium]," Scioscia said.
Working quickly and finding an excellent rhythm with Ryan Budde, who caught him all the way back at Class A ball, Santana retired 16 of the first 17 hitters he faced, throwing mid-90s consistently with a quality slider and changeup that kept hitters off balance."
I think Budde should be Ervin's personal catcher until Napoli comes back.