Hector Santiago, Mike Morin, Trevor Gott and Huston Street were on a leather couch in the Angels' clubhouse at Globe Life Park on Saturday when Erick Aybar and Kole Calhoun hit home runs to lead off the ninth inning, cutting a four-run deficit to two.
"Stuff started going our way, so we were like, 'Nobody move!' " Santiago said. "We stayed on the couch, watching TV."
Fill-in closer Joe Smith started warming up when Albert Pujols blooped a one-out double to shallow right, the ball dropping when Texas Rangers first baseman Mike Napoli and second baseman Rougned Odor clanged gloves.
David Murphy struck out, and then it started raining two-out hits....