Brenda and Kenneth Daley hopped over the finish line on Saturday morning to complete the Angels 5K in about 40 minutes.
Since it was the day before Easter, they made the run around the streets of Angel Stadium and along the warning track of the ballpark while dressed head-to-toe in full bunny costume.

How did it feel?
"Scorching inside here," said Kenneth Daley, 45, of Diamond Bar, having completed his first 5K with his wife, Brenda, 41, and distantly trailing 16-year-old daughters, Kayla and Kendra, both sporting white rabbit regalia.
More than 5,000 participants – a record for the 5-year-old event benefiting the Angels Baseball Foundation – arrived in the dark before dawn for the 7 a.m. start.
Some ran in taffeta tutus and beer-can helmets. Some donned rabbit ears. Some ran with Dennis Kuhl, the Angels chairman, and Molly Jolly, the Angels senior vice president of finance and administration.
Most wore the event T-shirts and took advantage of being inside Angel Stadium for the closing half-mile of the course by taking photos in the visitors' dugout, near the "A" painted by home plate and of themselves on the giant videoboard.
An Angel Stadium usher high-fived and cheered on runners as they came off the warning track in right field and exited the ballpark through the tunnel for the final turn toward the finish.
A wide-awake Roger Lodge of AM 830's afternoon "The Sports Lodge" had welcomed runners with his animated anticipation of the Angels in the 2013 World Series. He was there at the finish line, calling the action as participants, like the Daley bunnies, competed the run.