Angels manager Mike Scioscia told the media after Tuesday's game that Kole Calhoun (ankle) is heading for the disabled list.
Calhoun will join Josh Hamilton on the shelf after painfully rolling his ankle running through first base in the 11st inning. "I just rolled it and it hurt real bad," said Calhoun, who was on crutches after the game. "It’s just a freak thing, you know?" We won't know Calhoun's timeline until he's further evaluated. The San Francisco Chronicle's Susan Slusser wondered on Twitter whether Los Angeles could target Sam Fuld, who was recently waived by the A's. Unless they bring somebody else in, Collin Cowgill is likely in line for more at-bats in the near future.
Brandon Belt continued his assault against NL pitching on Tuesday, going 3-for-5 with a walk, double and RBI against the Dodgers.
Belt's ninth-inning RBI double off Los Angeles closer Kenley Jansen forced the game into extra innings. The 25-year-old native Texan looks poised to top last year's breakout campaign. He's batting .298/.322/.596 with five homers (third in the NL) and 10 RBI in 13 games.
Juan Uribe finished 3-for-5 with a double, a solo homer and two runs scored in the Dodgers' victory over the Giants on Tuesday.
Coming off a surprisingly good 2013 season in which he accrued 4.1 WAR, Uribe is hitting the ball on the button right now. He's slashing .379/.379/.621 with two homers and eight doubles thus far. That slash line is going to plummet when this hot streak subsides, because he's ridden it despite a truly dreadful 14/0 K/BB rate.