The Angels had a chance Saturday to know they're not alone in the company of teams performing short of expectations.

The last-place Toronto Blue Jays went as far as showing their partner in suffering that things could be even worse.

In a 7-3 Angels' victory paced by starting pitcher Jered Weaver's fifth consecutive home win Toronto unraveled in the Angels' four-run fifth inning.

Already up 3-1 after jumping on starter Esmil Rogers (3-6) for three runs and five singles in the first inning the Angels started the fifth rolling when leadoff batter Kole Calhoun lined a home run over the right-field wall.

Rogers then hit Mike Trout with a pitch and Josh Hamilton singled for the second time to bring up Howie Kendrick.

Kendrick singled for the third time the throw home from center fielder Colby Rasmus trying to get the speedy Trout arriving late and allowing Hamilton and Kendrick to advance a base.

Instead of ending things there catcher J.P. Arencibia tried to throw out Kendrick at second base but air-mailed the throw far out of Rasmus' reach toward right-center field.

Hamilton and Kendrick raced home giving the Angels a 7-1.

The home scoreless streak for Weaver (6-5) reached 261/3 innings before Brett Lawrie hit a third-inning pitch over the left-field wall.