Chone Figgins added an insurance run for LA with a sacrifice fly in the seventh.
The Angels' offensive output was enough to make a loser of Curt Schilling (6-5) in his return from the disabled list. He gave up all four runs on nine hits, no walks and five strikeouts over six-plus innings.
Jered Weaver gave up the two Boston runs on six hits with two walks and four strikeouts over six innings for Los Angeles. Justin Speier (1-2) threw a scoreless seventh for his first win with the AL West-leading Angels, who have won eight of 12.
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