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Blue Jays 3, Angels 2 (10 innings)

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TORONTO -- Brendan Donnelly was stuck in a celebration he wanted no part of.

Donnelly's wild pitch with the bases loaded and one out in the bottom of the 10th inning allowed Toronto to score the winning run and the Blue Jays beat the Los Angeles Angels 3-2 on Wednesday night.

Donnelly bounced his first pitch to Corey Koskie, allowing Russ Adams to slide in for the winning run. Donnelly -- at home plate to take catcher Bengie Molina's throw -- couldn't get away from the celebrating Toronto players.

"They were hugging and celebrating, and they had my jersey. I couldn't get away," Donnelly said. "I didn't want to celebrate with them."

Koskie chuckled when he thought of Donnelly.

"He got his hand tangled up in there. He was trying to get his hand loose," Koskie said. "He couldn't get out of there. Stuff like that is exciting baseball. That's what makes fans come to ballgames."

Adams led off Toronto's 10th with a single off Donnelly (6-3) and Frank Catalanotto advanced him with a sacrifice bunt. Donnelly intentionally walked Vernon Wells to face rookie Aaron Hill, who ended an 0-for-18 slump with an infield single to third that loaded the bases.

Donnelly followed with his wild pitch.

"It was a slider down in the dirt," Donnelly said. "It just kicked off far enough where there was no play."

Miguel Batista (5-3) pitched two innings for the victory as the Angels lost their third in a row.

Koskie, Toronto's third baseman, made a spectacular catch in foul territory in the top of the 10th. Chone Figgins hit a pop up near the stands in left and Koskie tracked it down before crashing to the turf.

"I saw it go up and I ran and threw my glove out there, and it landed in my glove," Koskie said.

Darin Erstad followed with a single and Batista intentionally walked Vladimir Guerrero, who had homered, to face Garret Anderson, who flied out. Steve Finley followed with an infield single to load the bases, but Batista escaped the jam when he induced Molina to hit a comebacker.

Guerrero should have been the third out of the first inning, but first baseman Eric Hinske dropped a pop up in foul territory for an error, prolonging the at-bat. Five pitches later Guerrero homered over the wall in left center.

Toronto's Gregg Zaun walked in the second, advanced to third on Hinske's single and scored on Alex Rios' single.

Erstad had an RBI single in the third that gave Los Angeles a 2-1 lead.

Wells tripled in the fifth and scored on Koskie's RBI single, tying it at 2-2.

Toronto starter Josh Towers allowed two runs -- one earned -- and six hits in 6 2/3 innings.

Los Angeles starter Bartolo Colon gave up two runs and seven hits in seven innings.

Notes

Los Angeles manager Mike Scioscia said baseball should consider having pitchers wear protective head gear, a day after Boston's Matt Clement was hit in the side of the head by a line drive. "It's a part of the game that might have to be addressed," Scioscia said. ... Toronto LHP Ted Lilly wasn't able to throw on the side Wednesday and manager John Gibbons said he could be placed on the 15-day disabled list this week. Lilly was originally expected to miss just one start with biceps tendinitis. He left Sunday's start against Kansas City after four innings after experiencing discomfort.

 
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Anaheim

D. Erstad
AB 5
R 0
H 3
HR 0
RBI 1
Toronto

V. Wells
AB 4
R 1
H 2
HR 0
RBI 0
 

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Los Angeles Angels
Chone Figgins, 3B5010023 .289
Darin Erstad, 1B5031001 .282
Vladimir Guerrero, DH4111102 .310
Garret Anderson, LF5010002 .294
Steve Finley, CF5010013 .235
Bengie Molina, C5000006 .299
Jeff DaVanon, RF4000011 .238
Orlando Cabrera, SS4020000 .246
Adam Kennedy, 2B3110101 .332
Totals4021022419 
Batting
2B - Darin Erstad (25, Batista), Adam Kennedy (13, Towers)
HR - Vladimir Guerrero (19, Towers)
RBI - Darin Erstad (43), Vladimir Guerrero (63)
2-OUT RBI - Darin Erstad (16), Vladimir Guerrero (13)
SB - Darin Erstad (8, 2nd base off Towers/Zaun), Orlando Cabrera (9, 2nd base off Towers/Zaun)
Team LOB - 10
Fielding
DP - Kennedy-Cabrera-Erstad
Los Angeles Angels
Bartolo Colon 7722250 3.72
Scot Shields 2100010 2.13
Brendan Donnelly (L,6-3) 0.1211100 3.40
IBB - V. Wells by Brendan Donnelly
WP - Brendan Donnelly (1)
Pitches-Strikes - Bartolo Colon 108-71, Scot Shields 21-14, Brendan Donnelly 13-6
Ground Balls-Fly Balls - Bartolo Colon 6-10, Scot Shields 4-0, Brendan Donnelly 1-0
Batters Faced - Bartolo Colon 30, Scot Shields 6, Brendan Donnelly 4
Toronto Blue Jays
Russ Adams, SS5110002 .264
Frank Catalanotto, LF4010010 .313
Vernon Wells, CF4120100 .278
Shea Hillenbrand, DH4010013 .301
    Aaron Hill, PR-DH1010000 .309
Corey Koskie, 3B4011003 .248
Gregg Zaun, C2100201 .276
Eric Hinske, 1B4010021 .247
Alex Rios, RF4011001 .283
Orlando Hudson, 2B4010022 .272
Totals3631023613 
Batting
3B - Vernon Wells (3, Colon)
SH - Frank Catalanotto (2)
RBI - Corey Koskie (17), Alex Rios (42)
2-OUT RBI - Corey Koskie (7), Alex Rios (7)
Team LOB - 9
Fielding
DP - Hinske-R. Adams-Towers
E - Russ Adams (18, Wild throw), Eric Hinske (4, )
Toronto Blue Jays
Josh Towers 6.2621121 4.60
Scott Schoeneweis 0.1100010 4.50
Jason Frasor 1100010 4.20
Miguel Batista (W,5-3) 2200100 2.98
IBB - Guerrero by Miguel Batista
Pitches-Strikes - Josh Towers 99-67, Scott Schoeneweis 8-6, Jason Frasor 10-8, Miguel Batista 32-18
Ground Balls-Fly Balls - Josh Towers 9-9, Jason Frasor 1-1, Miguel Batista 3-3
Batters Faced - Josh Towers 27, Scott Schoeneweis 2, Jason Frasor 4, Miguel Batista 9
Game Information
Attendance - 18998
Game Time - 3:00
Temperature - 72
Umpires - Home - Phil Cuzzi, First Base - Ed Rapuano, Second Base - Jerry Crawford, Third Base - C.B. Bucknor