Andrelton Simmons did everything in bunches Saturday night. Simmons hit a tiebreaking grand slam in the third inning, then started the Angels' fourth double play with a diving stop in the ninth to help Los Angeles beat the struggling Toronto Blue Jays 5-4. ''Double plays are great, but grand slams are cool, too, especially when you win,'' Simmons said.
Blue Jays 4 Angels 5 After all the twists and turns and extra innings last night, Saturday night's affair was a lot more subdued (and blessedly, the pace significantly more brisk). The Blue Jays made it interesting late, but ultimately fell a little short. Casey Lawrence made his first major league start and, though he was ultimately took the loss, gave the Jays about as much as could reasonably be expected. If nothing else, by working into the 7th inning, he gave the beleaguered bullpen a much needed breather. He gave up quite a bit of solid contact, but in a slightly difference universe could have escaped with little or no damage against him. His final line was 6.1 innings, 5 runs allowed (4