Jered Weaver fans 15 Blue Jays in Angels’ 3-1 win

This is the first time Weaver has won his first three starts of a season since his 2006 rookie campaign, when he won his first seven outings and his first nine decisions overall. The six-year veteran has allowed just two earned runs in 20 2-3 innings this season. In 2010, he led the majors with a 1.86 ERA in home games.

The Blue Jays had no hits and two walks through the first 4 1-3 innings before Travis Snider beat out an infield single to the right of second base.

Jo Jo Reyes (0-1) gave up three runs _ one earned _ and six hits in seven innings with six strikeouts.

Hunter opened the scoring with an RBI single in the first. Alberto Callaspo led off the fourth with an infield single back to the box that was too hot for Reyes to handle cleanly, and Mark Trumbo followed with a fly to center that Davis dropped. Two outs later, Bourjos hit a liner toward the wall in right-center that increased the lead to 3-0.

Davis left in the fifth because of right ankle irritation from a previous injury.

“He’s dealing with some lingering effects of the ankle and he’s probably going to need a couple or three days,” manager John Farrell said. “We need to give him a little time to try to get ahead of it. I don’t necessarily think the soreness in the ankle led to that particular play, just because he was able to get himself in position underneath the ball.”

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