Andrelton Simmons shook his head in anger as he rose to his feet and picked up his helmet at home plate.
Ron Roenicke, the Angels' third base coach, waved him home as he rounded third base in Tuesday's seventh inning, but Simmons slowed for a step to eye Adam Eaton in right field. Eaton's two-hop throw beat him home by a beat, and Dioner Navarro tagged Simmons out to halt the Angels' best chance at scoring a run.
It was one of two chances. The Angels summoned only three hits one night after holding their opponents to the same and suffered a 5-0 defeat to the Chicago White Sox at U.S. Cellular Field.
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