• Chris Iannetta caught all 18 2/3 innings of Monday's 10-8, walk-off loss to the A's. The last American League catchers to be behind the plate for more than 18 innings in a game were A.J. Pierzynski and Jason Varitek in 2006, in a game between the White Sox and Red Sox that ended with one out in the bottom of the 19th. On Tuesday, though, Iannetta felt fine, and would've started Tuesday if it were up to him. "You have a job to do, just like anything," Iannetta said.
• Mark Trumbo's second-inning homer on Monday traveled 475 feet, which according to ESPN is tied with Cubs first baseman Anthony Rizzo for the longest home run hit this season. Asked where it ranks for him distance-wise, excluding last year's State Farm Home Run Derby, Trumbo said it's among the top, but believes he's hit some further. "The conditions play a big part in how far it goes," Trumbo said. "I think I hit it pretty solid. I got it as good as I could have."
• Luis Jimenez's bruised left shin, suffered while beating out an infield single on Monday, was still a little sore on Tuesday, but Angels manager Mike Scioscia was hopeful that he could be available to play defense. Jimenez was hit in the shin by a throw while running down the first-base line in the fifth, then exited three innings later.
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