AT THE PLATE: Chris Iannetta appears to be emerging from a season-long hitting funk. The catcher, whose batting average has hovered around the .100 mark, capped a three-run fourth inning with a run-scoring double to right-center, doubled to left and scored in the sixth and hit a solo home run to left-center in the eighth. Combined with his two-hit game Saturday in Baltimore, Iannetta lifted his average to .156. "The last two weeks, I've progressively gotten better at seeing the ball, and I've started barreling some balls up," Iannetta said. "I knew it was going to come. I knew I wasn't going to go the whole season without hitting." Albert Pujols (homer), Kole Calhoun (double) and David Freese (single) also had big hits in the fourth. Freese homered to lead off the sixth, and Johnny Giavotella followed Iannetta's double with a two-out RBI single to give the Angels a 5-4 lead, his eighth go-ahead RBI of the season.