All was quiet for a good portion of the game. After Josh Hamilton's third inning RBI double, C.J. Wilson was wheeling and dealing to provide comfort. Hamilton returned again with another hit two innings later by grounding the ball through the infield and that made the score 3-0. Another C.J., C.J. Cron, provided the final run the Angels would need for this Sunday afternoon.
As mentioned before, C.J. was incredible today. The White Sox first hit didn't come until after the first couple innings. C.J. dealt six strikeouts across 7.1 IP and let up just three hits. Joe Smith took over and was a little shaky. Chicago was able to put together two runs before Smith was able to induce a double play to end the eighth inning. Ernesto Frieri entered in the ninth and had a man on second with two outs when Adam Dunn stepped up to the plate. Mike Scioscia opted to intentionally walk Dunn and Frieri followed-up with a strikout to end the game.