TORONTO -- The road has been awfully kind to the Angels lately.
It's not just the last two nights -- they totaled 20 runs on 33 hits in hitter-friendly Camden Yards -- it's the last 14 games, a stretch that has seen the Angels go 13-1 while outscoring opponents 81-37.
That surge marks just the fourth time in club history that the Angels have won 13 of 14 road games, and the first time since 1995. And since 14 of their next 18 games are on the road, it also comes at a good time.
The Angels started slowly away from home -- and at home, too, for that matter -- but they now have a 20-16 road record, which is tied for fourth best in the American League.