With two outs in the bottom of the ninth inning, Huston Street struck out Angel Killer™ Mike Napoli with the tying run on 2B and the winning run on 1B. He earned the Save of a 4-3 Angels victory, but the real save came in the bottom of the second inning when Kole Calhoun lept up over the short Fenway Park bullpen wall in deep, deep Right Field and pulled back what would have been a three-run home run. It so far is the catch of the season and the non-Trout catch of the decade for the Halos.

Jered Weaver was so-so, doing a great C.J. Wilson impression in getting his pitch count up each inning with needless baserunners in 5.1 Innngs Pitched, but unlike Wislon last night he got tagged for some runs, allowing seven hits, four walks and three earned runs - one of which was a green monster home run by David ORtiz that would have been a fluy out to the warning track in every other stadium in baseball. But what Fenway taketh away, Fenway also giveth - like that short bullpen wall and funny bounces on diagonal walls that turn doubles into triples.