Recap - Trout spoils Miley's one-hitter in 0-1 loss to Angels.
Jorge Camargo Contributing Writer
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The Red Sox began the series against the Angels in perfect fashion, when Wade Miley carried a perfect game until the 6h inning, when he walked Chris Iannetta with one out. However, the left-handed pitcher had his no-hitter was broken in the 7th inning with a double from Kole Calhoun.
Boston began the 8th inning with four hits but with a scoreless game, and couldn't produce any runs before Miley was pulled out at the bottom of the inning when he walked the leadoff hitter.
Junichi Tazawa took over and retired the three batters he faced. Angels' starter C.J. Wilson took the game until the 9th inning, when he was replaced by Joe Smith. Smith retired the side, and Koji Uehara replaced Tazawa in the bottom of the 9th. Koji retired the first two hitters he faced, but then surrendered a home run to Mike Trout to give the Angels the win.
8th time in #RedSox history they lost a game giving up 1 run on 2 or fewer hits. Last was 1998 vs. Mets.
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