June 10, 2012; Denver, CO, USA; Los Angeles Angeles left fielder Mark Trumbo (44) hits a home run during the fourth inning against the Colorado Rockies at Coors Field. Mandatory Credit: Chris Humphreys-US PRESSWIRE

Angels Vs. Rockies: Halos Offense Goes Nuts In Coors Field As L.A. Sweeps Colorado

The Angels reached double digits in runs once again as they took three straight from the Rockies. They easily swept their interleague rivals at Coors Field on Sunday.

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Angels Vs. Rockies Final Score: Mark Trumbo, Halos Out-Mash Colorado 10-8 To Sweep Series

The Los Angeles Angels certainly made the most of their second interleague series of the year. They managed to sweep the Colorado Rockies in Coors Field by winning the third game on Sunday by a final score of 10-8.

The Halos put up a big four-run fourth inning to take an early lead. Torii Hunter drove in Mike Trout with an RBI single and Mark Trumbo followed up two batter later with a three-run homer.

Michael Cuddyer hit an RBI double in the bottom of the first to get the Rockies on the board, but the Angels answered back in the top of the second when Hunter hit a two-run shot to make it 6-1 Los Angeles. The bottom of the second was the big inning for the Rockies, who tied things up with two-out home runs by Tyler Colvin and Carlos Gonzalez.

The Angels broke away in the top of the fourth as Trumbo hit his second home run of the game. The three-run blast was Trumbo's 14th of the season and made it 9-6 Angels. Marco Scutaro gave the Rockies another run in the bottom of the frame with a sacrifice fly.

Los Angeles managed a big insurance run in the top of the eighth with an RBI single by Howie Kendrick. Scutaro hit an RBI single of his own in the bottom of the ninth as the last gasp of the Rockies.

Trumbo finished the game 2-for-3 with a pair of walks and six RBI.

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Angels Vs. Rockies Final Score: Halos Secure Series With Easy 11-5 Win

At this point, it's likely that the Los Angeles Angels wish they could just go ahead and move into Coors Field. On Saturday afternoon, they once again cruised to an easy win over the hometown Colorado Rockies, ensuring a series victory with the 11-5 romp. The Rockies hit five home runs in the game, but none of those homers came with men on base.

The Angels put up two runs in the top of the first inning, thanks to an Albert Pujols sacrifice fly and Torii Hunter coming home on a wild pitch as Mark Trumbo struck out swinging. Marco Scutaro hit a home run in the bottom of the first to cut the lead to 2-1, but the Angels answered right in the top of the second. Mike Trout hit a two-run single and Pujols followed up with an RBI single of his own to make it 5-1 Los Angeles.

Tyler Colvin hit a solo shot for the Rockies in the bottom of the second, but the Halos got that run right back in the top of the third with an Erick Aybar groundout that resulted in an RBI. Trumbo added another RBI groundout in the top of the fourth and Howie Kendrick had an RBI single to make it 8-2 Angels.

Carlos Gonzalez hit another solo home run for Colorado in the bottom of the fifth. Pujols answered back with a two-run homer in the top of the sixth, his ninth of the year. Chris Nelson hit a solo home run in the bottom of the sixth and Colvin hit his second solo homer of the game in the seventh.

Trumbo added another RBI groundout in the top of the eighth to wrap up the scoring in the game.

Dan Haren picked up his fourth win of the year with 5.1 innings of work. He gave up four runs on 10 hits and one walk. Trout, Hunter, Kendrick and Alberto Callaspo all had three hits in the game.

The Halos will go for the clean sweep on Sunday.

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Angels Vs. Rockies: Game Time, Game Preview, Starting Lineups, TV Info & More

The Los Angeles Angels look to continue their interleague prowess on Saturday afternoon as they seek their second straight win over the Colorado Rockies at Coors Field in Denver. The Angels beat the Rockies 7-2 on Friday night, and have the best interleague road record since interleague play began in 1997, at 78-59 (.569).

Saturday's 1:10 p.m. PDT game will be televised by Fox Sports West.

Dan Haren gets the start for the Angels on Saturday afternoon, looking for his fourth win of the season. Haren has allowed just three earned runs in his last three starts, with 23 strikeouts and two walks in 21 innings.

Relief pitcher LaTroy Hawkins returns from the disabled list for the Angels after missing 30 games with a broken right pinkie. Bobby Cassevah, who was 1-0 with a 7.20 ERA in four games in relief, was optioned to Triple A Salt Lake.

The Rockies will start Jeff Francis, who they just signed to a major league deal. The southpaw rejoins his original organization, and to make room Colorado designated pitcher Esmil Rogers for assignment. Here are the starting lineups for Saturday's middle game of the series:

Angels (30-29)

Trout CF
Hunter RF
Pujols 1B
Trumbo LF
Kendrick 2B
Callaspo 3B
Aybar SS
Hester C
Haren P

Rockies (24-33)

Fowler CF
Scutaro SS
Gonzalez LF
Giambi 1B
Pacheco 3B
Colvin RF
Nieves C
LeMahieu 2B
Francis P

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Angels Vs. Rockies Final Score: Torii Hunter, Halos Romp In 7-2 Win

The Los Angeles Angels were hoping to take advantage of the notorious band box that is Coors Field and they did exactly that as they visited the Colorado Rockies on Friday to kick off a three-game interleague series. The Angels did indeed enjoy the friendly confines in Colorado as they coasted to a 7-2 win behind starter C.J. Wilson.

The Angels put two runs on the board in the third inning, before the Rockies had even recorded their first hit. With Mike Trout aboard, Torii Hunter hit his seventh home run of the year to make it 2-0 Angels. In the top of the fifth, Hunter hit another home run to make it 4-0 Halos.

Colorado got their first run in the bottom of the sixth inning on an RBI double by Marco Scutaro.

Hunter struck once again in the top of the ninth with a two-run single. Albert Pujols followed up with an RBI double that made it 7-1. Jordan Pacheco hit a two-out RBI triple in the bottom of the ninth, but that proved to be the last gasp for the Rockies.

Hunter finished 3-for-5 with six RBI. Trout was 3-for-4 with three runs scored and Pujols had a pair of hits.

Wilson allowed just one run and struck out nine in eight solid innings, allowing just five hits and one walk. With the win, Wilson improved to 7-4 on the season.

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Interleague Play, Angels Vs. Rockies Starting Lineups: Albert Pujols At Third Base, Kendrys Morales Back At First Base

The Los Angeles Angels hit the road Friday night, beginning a three-game interleague series against the Colorado Rockies at Coors Field. With no designated hitter in a National League park the Halos' lineup has a unique look to it, with Albert Pujols at third base. Kendrys Morales is at first base, his first start there since breaking his leg on May 29, 2010.

This is the first start at third base for Pujols as an Angel. He did play 2 2/3 innings at third base on May 20 in an extra-inning loss to the San Diego Padres at Petco Park.

C.J. Wilson gets the start for the Angels, and Alex White starts for the Rockies. Here are Friday's starting lineups:

Angels (29-29)

Trout CF
Hunter RF
Pujols 3B
Morales 1B
Trumbo LF
Kendrick 2B
Aybar SS
Hester C
Wilson P

Rockies (24-32)

Fowler CF
Scutaro SS
Gonzalez LF
Cuddyer RF
Helton 1B
Pacheco 3B
Rosario C
LaMahieu 2B
White P

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Angels Vs. Rockies Series Preview: TV Schedule, Probable Pitchers & More

The Angels are trying to regain some momentum. Will a three-game trip to Coors Field be the answer?

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