The Los Angeles Angels returned home and recorded a much-needed win after a rough road trip.
Now, they hope to get Dan Haren back on track.
Haren will try to help the Angels win consecutive games for the first time this season Tuesday night against the Oakland Athletics.
After going 2-4 at Minnesota and New York, Los Angeles (4-6) avoided a third consecutive home loss with a 6-0 win over Oakland on Monday. Kendrys Morales had three hits, including a three-run shot for his first homer since breaking his ankle celebrating a game-ending grand slam May 29, 2010.
"It had been a long time,'' said Morales, who had four RBIs after going 0 for 14 in his previous four games. "I never lost faith. I knew I could do it. I just need to keep working and do it better.''
While Los Angeles scored at least five runs for the third straight game, Jered Weaver threw 6 2-3 solid innings and three relievers preserved the shutout to provide a boost for a staff that had a 5.26 ERA coming into the contes...