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    On Wednesday night, the final touch on an evening in which he continued to show how he has learned that dominating can be a delight, but consistency is everything.

    Santana pitched like a frontline starter, which is to say winning with all his elements instead of with only a fastball. He gave up no earned runs in 6 2/3 innings to lead the Angels to a 6-1 victory over Oakland before 35,301 at Angel Stadium.

    Santana joined Joe Saunders with a 5-0 record in April and posted the best month of his career, registering five victories with a 2.47 ERA, his best single-month since June 2006.

    Santana came to the Major Leagues in 2005 with a fastball, a slider, and a new changeup grip he had learned the day before he was called up. Santana survived with stuff first and learned savvy later. He honed his mechanics to the point where his fastball command evolved. He was more than good enough Wednesday night, throwing first-pitch strikes to 13 of the 25 hitters he faced.

    Santana tightened up his mechanics and his fastball command improved -- he walked one in 6 2/3 innings Wednesday. He developed his changeup enough to where it became more than a show-me change, pitching coach Mike Butcher said, which helped Santana differentiate between the slider he always used as his primary breaking ball. He also learned how to get deeper into games, not to let things like the seven three-ball counts he had Wednesday unravel him. He maintained a mound presence different than previous years, even successful ones, when he carried himself more as a tourist than a frontline starter with frontline stuff.

    "We're seeing a guy that got called up from Double-A [in 2005], had early success, had a bump in the road and good guys come out of it," said Butcher, who worked with Santana in the Minor Leagues. Santana looks like a pitcher who expects to win, a change his team notes.

    "Definitely his demeanor," first baseman Casey Kotchman said. "He's been pounding the strike zone with plus stuff across the board. The A's (17-12) got a broken-bat single in the third and didn't make hard contact until Jack Cust's seventh-inning double, the last batter Santana faced.

    "He went out in the seventh a little bit stretched," manager Mike Scioscia said. Santana acknowledged he is more confident. He said that he had a tendency to get frustrated when he fell behind in the count, which compounded mechanical problems. In April, he's shown that he has learned to temper that. There's a delicate line between running a game and letting a game run you.

    "I don't give credit to nobody. That's the difference. There is a lot of confidence."

    Santana has always pitched well at Angel Stadium and always pitched well against the A's. He ran his record to 8-1 lifetime against Oakland. A's manager Bob Geren said he didn't think Santana was as dominant as he has been in past outings, but the fact that Santana can still win when his pitch count rises because of deep counts and the two errors the Angels committed behind him bodes well for his progress.

    "Does confidence breed success or does success breed confidence?" Butcher asked. "Everybody looked at [Ervin] as a guy who could be a frontline starter. Santana has allowed just one earned run in his last 30 innings against Oakland. Kotchman gave him all the help he needed, dropping a two-run double into shallow left field in the second inning and grounding an RBI double down the right-field line in a three-run sixth inning against A's starter Dana Eveland (3-2).

    Saunders, Santana and Jered Weaver have led a pitching staff that allowed the Angels to set a team record for most victories in April. And with staff ace John Lackey probably three Minor League rehab starts away from rejoining the team, the Angels have put themselves on solid ground.

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