May 23, 2001 The Anaheim Angels lost to the Baltimore Orioles 12-5 at Camden Yards. Troy Glaus would hit a home run, score twice and drive in 3 in the game but Angels starter Scott Schoeneweis was hit hard by Baltimore, giving up 11 runs on 12 hits in 4 innings. The 11 earned runs are the most in a single game by one pitcher on the Angels. Schoeneweis was a 3rd round draft pick by the Angels in 1996 out of Duke and would make his major league debut in 1999. Between the years 1999-2003, Schoeneweis would go 28-31 with a 5.12 ERA used as both a starter and reliever. In 2001 he would be used primarily as a starter and have career highs in wins with 10 and innings pitched with 205.1. During the Angels World Championship year in 2002, Schoeneweis would hold left-handed batters to a .202 average. In the ALDS that year against the New York Yankees he would give up one run in three appearances, in the ALCS against the Minnesota Twins he would give up no runs in 2/3 of an inning pitched and in the World Series against the San Francisco Giants he would not allow a run in two innings pitched. Schoeneweis would later be traded to the Chicago White Sox in July of 2003.