Worth noting

• The Angels on Sunday observed the one-year anniversary of the loss of Dr. Lewis Yocum, who passed away on May 25, 2013.

"Dr. Yocum was a great man," ace Jered Weaver said. "He did so much for all of us. He is missed."

Albert Pujols' double in the fifth inning on Saturday was his 2,400th career hit. With 1,057 extra-base hits, Pujols has displaced Chipper Jones and moved to No. 24 on the all-time list. Next is the legendary Mel Ott, with 1,071. With 505 home runs, Pujols is four away from Gary Sheffield, who ranks 24th all-time.

• Angel Stadium is traditionally pitcher-friendly, but it's not been that way for the Angels this season. The team has a 4.15 ERA at home compared to 2.88 on the road through 48 games. Offensively, one area in need of improvement is producing with runners in scoring position. Their .238 average is lower than all but eight teams in the Majors entering play Sunday, including three in the American League.

Lyle Spencer is a reporter for MLB.com. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.