Angels starters have not allowed more than three earned runs in eight of the last nine games. Over the last six games, the starting staff has a 2.14 ERA. Additionally, it has the lowest ERA in the American League this season, at 3.42.
As the Angels head into a four-game series against the Mariners, Peter Bourjos isn't too concerned with the notion that the park is generally more catered toward pitchers.
"I think definitely it is just because of the weather," he said. "I think it's a little cooler and the balls hang up in the outfield. But I think if you have a good approach, it's not going to matter -- you hit your line drives and your homers are going to go out."