The Los Angeles Angels busted out the bats on Tuesday at Rogers Center, hitting six doubles and two home runs, beating the Toronto Blue Jays 10-6 in the second game of a four-game series. Each of the first six hitters in the lineup had at least two hits, and Peter Bourjos and Alberto Callaspo had three hits apiece.
The Angels knocked out starting pitcher Brett Cecil after three innings and 64 pitches, scoring four runs. Kyle Drabek, who relieved Cecil, fared even worse, allowing six runs in two frames, with the big blow a three-run home run by Mark Trumbo to cap a five-run fourth inning.
Vernon Wells doubled and homered against his old team. Joel Pineiro allowed four runs in six innings for his seventh victory of the season. Dan Haren starts Wednesday night for the Angels, facing Dustin McGowan.
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