KEY MOMENT: The Angels had runners on second and third with one out in the fourth inning when Collin Cowgill chopped a grounder that went off the glove of Rays third baseman Evan Longoria, a two-time Gold Glove Award winner, for an error. Tampa Bay would have had an excellent chance of cutting down a run at the plate. Instead, two runs scored, pushing the Angels' lead to 5-0.

AT THE PLATE: Albert Pujols, mired in a five-for-42 (.119) slump that dropped his average from .302 on May 6 to .257 on Saturday, lined a solo homer to center in the first, singled to left in the third and hit a solo homer to left in the seventh, all off Rays ace David Price. The 48th multi-homer game of his career tied Pujols with Eddie Murray for 25th on baseball's all-time list with 504 homers. Grant Green had three singles and a run batted in to push his average to .368.

ON THE MOUND: Rookie Mike Morin's nine-inning scoreless streak to start his career was snapped when he gave up a two-run homer to Kevin Kiermaier in the seventh. Joe Smith, facing the top of the order in a three-run game, gave up a single and struck out two in a scoreless eighth. Ernesto Frieri gave up a leadoff single before striking out two of the next three batters in a scoreless ninth.