Found August 31, 2013 on Pro Sports Daily:
The Angels saw their starting pitcher combine with the bullpen to shut out the Brewers 5-0. Jered Weaver pitched six innings of three-hit three-walk and three-K baseball while the bats showed up early and late. Kole Calhoun hit his fifth home run in the fourth inning and Grant Green hit a bases loaded double in the seventh to remove all doubt about who would take this one. Michael Kohn pitched a scoreless seventh and Cory Rasmus blanked the Brew Crew over the final two innings. The one that got away Jean Segura had one hit in five plate appearances for the Halos but it still hurts in case you are wondering.
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