ANAHEIM, Calif. - Mark Trumbo hit a game-ending homer to left field, and the Los Angeles Angels overcame Jered Weaver's first-inning exit for their seventh consecutive victory, a wild 9-8 win over the New York Yankees on Monday.
Trumbo doubled and tripled before launching the final pitch from Cory Wade (0-1) deep into the stands.
Howie Kendrick and Kendrys Morales drove in three runs apiece for the Angels (25-25), who got back to .500 for the first time since April 9 while snapping the Yankees' five-game winning streak.
Weaver left with an apparent lower-back injury after 12 pitches, but Los Angeles' lineup matched its season highs with nine runs and 15 hits, capped by Trumbo's third game-winning homer of his young career.
Jordan Walden (2-1) finished the Angels' nine-inning relief effort, escaping a bases-loaded jam of his own making in the ninth on Derek Jeter's grounder.
Russell Martin's two-out, two-run double in a three-run seventh tied it at 8 for the Yankees, who were on their longest winning streak of the season. Curtis Granderson hit his 15th homer and Mark Teixeira hit his fourth home run in four games, but New York left the bases loaded three times.