Actually the funniest thing to see was Josh Hamilton punished for playing shallow on a Torii Hunter deep double that ordinarily would have been a warning track flyout. Hamilton scrambled all the way back as two Angels runners scored. It was just a stick funnier than watching the glazed look in the eyes of a clean shaven Derek Holland not comprehending that an Angels batter knew how to take a walk when Chris Iannetta got on base for Trout to do what the Franchise himself do - crush pitches.
Meanwhile the Weave was the man, if constrained by a high pitch count. It was a hundred degrees when Jered Weaver threw his 97th pitch of the evening. Kevin Jepsen got him out of a jam I guess and Jason Isringhausen pitched a clean eighth which alowed Ernasty himself, Ernesto Frieri to do what Mister Freeze does and cool down an already stagnanty below room temperature Rangers offense.