A series that epitomized the struggles the Indians are facing - no offense combined with shoddy defense - the Indians only run of the day came when leadoff hitter Ezequiel Carrera reached on an error in the 1st inning, stole second, went to 3rd on the groundout, then scored on a wild pitch. From there it was 22 straight Indians retired before Lonnie Chisenhall walked in the bottom of the 8th inning.
It was the first time the Indians had be no-hit since 1993 when Jim Abbott did it. Abbot, of course, had only on hand.
Lost in all the hoopla of the no-hitter was a wasted pitching performance by David Huff and an embarrassing defensive display by the Indians, highlighted by 5 errors.
The Indians maintained their 1-0 lead until the Angels tied it in the fifth when centerfielder Peter Bourjois tripled and was brought in by a Mike trout sac fly. It remained 1-1 until the sixth when Tori Hunter scored from third with 2 outs on a past ball by catcher Carlos Santana.
The story was Santana, however, who needed just 105 pitches to finish off the Indians. He struck out 10 and had just the one walk to improve to 6-8 on the season.