ANAHEIM, Calif. Authentic NHL Jerseys . - C.J. Wilson pitched two-hit ball over eight innings, Hank Conger hit a go-ahead, two-run homer off Zach McAllister, and the Los Angeles Angels beat Cleveland 7-1 Wednesday to send the Indians to their sixth straight loss. Wilson (4-2) struck out eight, walked one and retired his last 18 batters after a leadoff double in the third by No. 9 hitter Elliot Johnson. Clevelands other hit was an RBI single in the second by David Murphy, who was thrown out trying to steal for the innings final out. Los Angeles has scored seven or more runs each of Wilsons victories, and fewer than four in both losses. David Freese had a two-run single in the fifth against Marc Rzepczynski, and Mike Trout added a two-run double in the sixth off demoted starter Carlos Carrasco. Clevelands bullpen entered having stranded 42 of 46 inherited runners, the best percentage in the majors. McAllister (3-2) threw 101 pitches over 4 1-3 innings and was charged with five runs, four hits and four walks. Pitching on three days rest for the first time in the big leagues after throwing 75 pitches over five innings in a 5-3 loss at San Francisco on Saturday, McAllister was shifted to the rotation after Carrasco went 0-3 with a 6.95 ERA in four starts. Cleveland, which heads home to host the Chicago White Sox, was swept in consecutive series for the first time since last June at the New York Yankees and Detroit. The Indians totalled just 13 runs during the six-game trip, batting .183 and going 6 for 36 with runners in scoring position. Cleveland opened the scoring in the second with David Murphys two-out RBI single. Congers homer put the Angels ahead in the second, ending McAllisters streak of 37 1-3 homerless innings since Houstons Brandon Laird connected Sept. 20. Albert Pujols made it 3-1 in the third with a sacrifice fly to centre fielder Michael Bourn, who had no chance to make a play on Howie Kendrick at the plate after left fielder Mike Aviles banged into him. Aviles started in left field for the third time this season with Michael Brantley (1 for 14 against Wilson) getting the day off. NOTES: Bourn had a leadoff single in the ninth against RHP Mike Morin, who was making his major league debut. But he was quickly erased on a double-play grounder by Aviles. ... Trouts walkup music was "Trophies" by the group "Young Money." ... Johnson started at 2B for the Indians in place of Jason Kipnis, who left Tuesday nights game because of a strained abdominal muscle. "Theres no rush to put a guy on the DL. We can handle it. Well just kind of see how he responds," manager Terry Francona said. "Weve all seen it and been around it — where during the action of a game, a guy feels like its minimal. Then they wake up in the morning and feel like theyve got a knife stuck in them." ... All 15 big league homers by the switch-hitting Conger have been against right-handed pitchers, and nine of them have come with at least one man on base. ... The Angels didnt fly their 2002 World Series championship banner, their eight division title flags or the California state flag because of fierce Santa Ana winds, which were clocked at 27 mph at gametime. ... Cleveland is the only team in the majors that hasnt played an extra-inning game. Wholesale NHL Jerseys . FIFA said the suspension was requested by ethics prosecutor Michael Garcia, making Beckenbauer the first person to be punished as a result of the case. Beckenbauer refused "repeated requests for his assistance, including requests that he provide information during an in-person interview or in response to written questions provided in both English and German," FIFA said in a statement. NHL Jerseys China .Mack, a reserve guard who came in averaging 3.8 points, made all six of his 3-pointers as the Hawks went 16 for 28 from behind the arc.Trailing 50-38 midway through the second quarter, Atlanta outscored Cleveland 89-48 the rest of the way and sent the Cavaliers to their largest loss of the season.The Green Bay Packers enter the 2014 season as a Super Bowl contender thanks to their star-studded offence. Former NFL MVP quarterback Aaron Rodgers enters the season in full health after missing seven games with a broken collarbone last year. When healthy, Rodgers is among the NFLs elite at the position and is helped by play-making wide receivers Jordy Nelson and Randall Cobb, who averaged 15.5 and 14 yards per catch last season, respectively. The Packers also feature a dominant ground game with 2013 offensive rookie of the year Eddie Lacy, as well as James Starks and DuJuan Harris at running back. If their offensive line remains healthy, the Packers offence could be close to unstoppable in 2014. The question mark for the Packers, however, is their defence, a unit that ranked eighth-worst in yardage allowed last season. Following the NFL Draft in May, head coach Mike McCarthy vowed that defensive struggles would not be the story of the 2014 Packers. "Were going to be a better defence this year," McCarthy promised. "You can write that in big letters. Well be a better defence this year." The Packers will open the season with outside linebacker Clay Matthews at 100 per cent after he broke his thumb twice in the 2013 campaign. The team will also have cornerback Casey Hayward back at his slot position after a hamstring injury derailed his 2013 season. The biggest change for the defence, though, will likely come from new the faces on the squad. In a rare move, general manager Ted Thompson dipped into free agency with the signing of veteran pass rusher Julius Peppers. Peppers spent his last four seasons with the rival Chicago Bears, registering seven sacks last year. Peppers will add a legitimate pass-rushing threat across from Matthews for the first time since USC product was drafted in 2009. Thompson also addressed defence in Mays draft, selecting Alabama safety Ha Ha Clinton-Dix. Drafted in the first round (21st overall), Clinton-Dix is expected to make an immediate impact for the Packers, a team that rotated through safeties M. Cheap NHL Jerseys. D. Jennings, Jerron McMillan, Chris Banjo and Sean Richardson across from Morgan Burnett last year. On the defensive line, the Packers figure to have a whole new look with 2013 first-round pick Datone Jones, Josh Boyd and Mike Daniels starting up front. Daniels brings the trios only career start, which came last season. Defensive coordinator Dom Capers also plans to use Peppers and linebacker Mike Neal at an "elephant position" which will see them line up both on the defensive line and at outside linebacker. Should the Packers boast an improved defence and a healthy offence in 2014, the team will be in prime position to win the NFC North for a fifth straight year. Notes Replacing Raji: Boyd is set to open the season at nose tackle after veteran B.J. Raji tore his right bicep in the teams third preseason game. Raji was slated to return to nose tackle after struggling at defensive end last season. Boyd was selected in the fifth round of the 2013 NFL Draft out of Mississippi State. End of the line: The Packers have three options at tight end this season; Andrew Quarless, Brandon Bostick and Richard Rodgers. Quarless finished last season as the starter, while Bostick impressed in limited snaps. Yet, its the third-round pick, Rodgers, who opened the Packers first three preseason games with the first-team offence. All three will likely see significant time as the Packers try to fill the hole left by Jermichael Finley. Centre of Attention: Entering the third week of the preseason, JC Tretter appeared to have won the position battle at centre on the Packers offensive line. However, Tretter suffered a knee injury in Week 3 of the preseason and will miss at least the Packers first two games. Replacing Tretter will be 2014 fifth-round pick Corey Linsley, who enters the season without taking a single preseason game snap from Rodgers. 2013 starter Evan Dietrich-Smith signed with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in free agency. ' ' '