--RHP Tyler Chatwood was chased in the third inning of Tuesday's 14-0 loss to the A's. He allowed seven runs (five earned) in 2 1/3 innings, the worst start of his eight-start major league career. Chatwood has a 7.43 ERA in three starts on the road, 3.23 in five starts at home.
--1B Mark Trumbo was hitless in three at-bats and struck out twice in Tuesday's two-hit shutout by the A's. Trumbo is now 3-for-25 (.120) with nine strikeouts in his past eight games.
--CF Peter Bourjos was hitless in three at-bats with two strikeouts Tuesday. He is hitless in his past 20 at-bats, and he has just one hit and 11 strikeouts in his past 26 at-bats. Bourjos is batting .167 (9-for-54) this month after batting an even .300 in April.
--LF Howie Kendrick broke up Oakland LHP Gio Gonzalez's no-hit bid with a leadoff single in the fifth inning Tuesday. It was the only hit the Angels managed in seven innings against Gonzalez and one of only two they had in the game, the fifth time they have been shut out this season.
--3B Alberto Callaspo was 0-for-3 Tuesday, snapping his hitting streak at eight games. Callaspo is still batting .391 (18-for-46) with 11 RBI in his past 12 games.
BY THE NUMBERS
5 -- Times the Angels have been shut out this season after Tuesday's 14-0 loss to the A's. They were not shut out for a fifth time until the 120th game of the season last year.
QUOTE TO NOTE
"Harmon Killebrew was a gem. ... He was a consummate professional who treated everyone from the brashest of rookies to the groundskeepers to the ushers in the stadium with the utmost of respect. ... He was a Hall of Famer in every sense of the word." -- Angels executive Rod Carew, on fellow Twins legend and Hall of Famer Harmon Killebrew, who died Tuesday.
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