KEY MOMENT: Tyler Skaggs, who allowed no hits, struck out seven and walked two in 42/3 innings, felt his fingers go numb after he "over-pronated" on a pitch in the fifth. He was pulled because of a forearm strain. The left-hander regained feeling in his fingers and full range of motion by game's end, "but it's always a concern when you lose feeling in your fingers," he said. If Skaggs goes on the disabled list, Hector Santiago, who was expected to move to the bullpen when C.J. Wilson returns from a right-ankle sprain Saturday, will remain in the rotation.

AT THE PLATE: Kole Calhoun opened the 13th with a walk and got a great jump on Mike Trout's single to left field, taking third with his aggressive baserunning. Albert Pujols, who hit into a bases-loaded double play to end the third, stroked a single to center to score Calhoun with the game's only run. Though David Freese had four hits, the offense continued its second-half struggles. In 13 games since the All-Star break, the Angels are batting .226 with 40 runs (3.1 a game) and hitting .204 (22 for 108) with runners in scoring position.