The Los Angeles Angels kept their postseason hopes alive on Sunday with a 4-1 victory over the Chicago White Sox.
Neither team was able to put any runs on the board in the first five innings of the game, thanks to strong performances from starting pitchers Jered Weaver and Gavin Floyd.
But in the sixth inning, Floyd's solid start came to an end. The Angels scored two runs off an RBI double by designated hitter Albert Pujols, which was quickly followed up by a home run courtesy of first baseman Kendrys Morales.
Jered Weaver let up a run in the seventh, but a host of Angels relievers finished off the game without allowing any more runs.
The Angels improve to 84-69 with the win, while the White Sox fall to 81-71.
Stick with this StoryStream for lineups, scores and more from the Angels vs. White Sox series. For more insight an analysis, check out Angels blog Halos Heaven. For the perspective from Chicago, check out White Sox blog South Side Sox.