Blue Jays 6, Angels 5
-- Jose Guillen is tired of being hit by pitches, and he wants his Anaheim teammates to do something about it.
Guillen went on a profanity-laced tirade after the Toronto Blue Jays beat the Angels, 6-5, in 10 innings Monday night at SkyDome.
"I don't know how many times I've been hit and there's been no retaliation," said Guillen, plunked six times this season. "I'm giving everything I got every day, playing hurt, playing in pain, and trying to win some games, and we don't get no help from nobody."
Toronto starter Justin Miller tied a club record by hitting three batters, including Guillen in the top of the sixth.
Guillen glared at Miller and took a few steps toward the mound, but the benches never emptied.
Guillen was still angry after the game, even after Anaheim starter John Lackey and Manager Mike Scioscia were ejected in the bottom of the sixth when Lackey brushed back Simon Pond, then threw a pitch that grazed his jersey. Both benches had already been warned, so plate umpire Jim Reynolds immediately ejected Lackey. Scioscia then got into a heated argument with Reynolds.
Anaheim pitcher Jarrod Washburn seemed surprised Guillen would go public with his complaint.
"That's something between the hitters and the pitchers," Washburn said. "That's something we'll discuss."
Vladimir Guerrero, Guillen and Jeff DaVanon hit consecutive homers in the third for the Angels.
Chris Gomez scored the winning run in the 10th when nobody covered the plate during a rundown, ending Toronto's four-game skid.
Gomez reached on a fielder's choice and Ben Weber (0-2) walked Eric Hinske before Pond hit a sharp grounder to first baseman Casey Kotchman, who knocked the ball down with a dive.
Second baseman Adam Kennedy picked up the ball and threw to catcher Bengie Molina, who got Gomez in a rundown between third and home. Molina chased Gomez up the line before throwing to Alfredo Amezaga, who didn't have anybody to throw to at the plate because Weber covered first on the grounder.
Gomez slid across with the winning run, and Pond was credited with an RBI single.
"Bengie got caught in-between and we lost the play," said Scioscia, who thought Molina should have stayed at home or chased Gomez all the way up to third.
DaVanon called it a "freak play."
"Everyone was screaming for Bengie to hold the ball but it was so loud. It was just odd," DaVanon said.