ANAHEIM, Calif., Sept. 26 (UPI) -- John Danks
limited the Angels to two runs through eight innings Saturday, pacing the Chicago White Sox' 6-2 victory over Los Angeles.
Danks (14-11) surrendered seven hits, struck out five and walked two to gain his first win since Sept. 4.
It was the third straight triumph for the Chisox, who got a solo homer from Ramon Castro and a pair of RBI from Alexei Ramirez.
Angels starter Scott Kazmir (9-15) was roughed up for five runs on five hits in just three-plus innings, dropping to 1-6 in his last nine starts.
Los Angeles got RBI from Howie Kendrick and Torii Hunter.
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