ANAHEIM, Calif. Air Max Plus Italia . -- Adam Jones hit a pair of two-run homers, including a tiebreaking shot in the sixth inning, and the Baltimore Orioles beat the Los Angeles Angels 4-2 Monday night. Bud Norris (8-6) won for the fifth time in his last six starts, allowing two runs -- one earned -- and eight hits over 6 2-3 innings with eight strikeouts and two walks. The Orioles increased their AL East lead to four games over the New York Yankees and Toronto Blue Jays. Norris was recalled from Double-A Bowie, where he was optioned on July 10 in order to keep him on his regular routine during the All-Star break. The Orioles did the same thing with Tuesdays scheduled starter, Miguel Gonzalez, who was optioned to Triple-A Norfolk on July 11. Zach Britton pitched a perfect ninth for his 17th save. Rookie right-hander Matt Shoemaker (7-3) gave up four runs and five hits in 5 2-3 innings, striking out 10 and walking none. The loss put the Angels two games behind first-place Oakland in the AL West. Jones, who didnt make it past the second round in last weeks All-Star Home Run Derby, opened the scoring in the first with a drive into the left-field bullpen after a single by Nick Markakis. Shoemaker retired his next 15 batters -- striking out eight -- before Markakis doubled with one out in the sixth. One out later, Jones hit his 19th homer to left-centre for a 4-2 lead. It was his fifth two-homer game in the majors. Josh Hamilton drove in the Angels first run in the first with a two-out RBI single that scored Kole Calhoun, who led off with a single and got to second when shortstop J.J. Hardy threw the ball past second baseman Jonathan Schoop on a fielders choice grounder by Mike Trout. The Angels tied it in the fourth when Howie Kendrick led off with a ground-rule double and scored on Hank Congers sharp single to right. The Orioles might have had a shot at Kendrick at the plate had first baseman Chris Davis not cut off the throw from Markakis. A two-out infield hit by Calhoun then loaded the bases for Trout, who took a called third strike and immediately got into umpire Eric Coopers face -- but didnt get ejected. Trout was called out on strikes his next time up and had more to say to Cooper before manager Mike Scioscia came out to make sure the All-Star MVP stayed in the game. NOTES: Albert Pujols flied out on a 3-0 pitch in the fifth. The three-time NL MVP is batting .432 in his career on 3-0 counts (32 for 74) with six homers and 22 RBIs. ... Orioles RHP Darren ODay, who began his big league career with the Angels in 2008, pitched a perfect eighth to lower his ERA to 1.04 -- the best among AL relievers. ... The Orioles got a scare in the second when Norris took a hard-hit grounder by Conger off his right ankle for a base hit. Britton was smacked on the right forearm by pinch-hitter Erick Aybars comebacker, but also escaped injury. ... The Angels, who came in leading the majors in runs, didnt get a hit after Hamiltons one-out single in the fifth. ... The Orioles optioned C Steve Clevenger to Triple-A Norfolk to clear a roster spot for Norris. They will have to make another corresponding move after Gonzalez rejoins the 25-man roster. ... Hardys error was his ninth of the season and 46th by the Orioles, who have the second-fewest in the majors behind Cincinnatis 45. ... Shoemaker gave up a first-inning run for the first time in 11 big league starts. ... Markakis double was his 20th, the ninth straight season he has reached that total. His 38 multihit games are tied with Robinson Cano for the second-highest total in the majors behind Jose Altuves 42. Yeezy 350 Outlet . Doug Fister allowed two runs over seven innings and Washington hit three solo homers in a 6-2 victory over the Baltimore Orioles on Wednesday night. Yeezy 350 Saldi . The Boston Celtics hadnt played since the All-Star break. So the Suns 100-94 victory over Boston Wednesday night was an uphill affair, with Phoenix relying on balance rather than its trademark high energy. ANAHEIM, Calif. -- Jakob Silfverberg is making himself right at home with the Anaheim Ducks, scoring four goals in his first four games. He had a pair of goals, and Jonas Hiller made 34 saves for his 17th NHL shutout in Anaheims 6-0 rout of the New York Rangers on Thursday night in the home opener of the Ducks 20th season. Silfverberg was acquired from Ottawa when the Ducks traded veteran Bobby Ryan in July. The 22-year-old right wing is holding his own on a line with 43-year-old Teemu Selanne and Mathieu Perreault. They assisted on both goals by Silfverberg, who had the second two-goal game of his young career. "Ive been fortunate to play with two great players," Silfverberg said. "Theyre so good at one-on-one battles and at finding me. Ive been lucky so far and its a matter of keep shooting the puck." Dustin Penner and Daniel Winnik each added a goal and an assist. The goals were the most scored by Anaheim and its largest margin of victory, both in a home opener. "We want to build up a lot of confidence at the start of the season," Silfverberg said. "We cant get satisfied. We got to keep pushing harder." New York has been outscored 20-6 to start their first season under new coach Alain Vigneault. The Rangers lost 9-2 at San Jose on Tuesday. "If we play this way, were going to be in deep trouble," defenceman Dan Girardi said. "Weve just got to figure out what the heck is going on and start being a hard team to play against, and get back to what we were successful at the last couple of years." The Ducks outshot the Rangers 37-34 for their third win in a row in the teams first meeting in nearly two years. Playing without injured All-Star forward Rick Nash, the Rangers fell to 1-3 on their nine-game trip, the longest to open a season in franchise history. Nash got hit in the face by San Joses Brad Stuart on Tuesday. Stuart received a three-game suspension for an illegal check to the head. New Yorks Henrik Lundqvist, a finalist for the Vezina Trophy last season, stopped 31 shots in losing for the third time in four games. "Its going to be hard for Henrik to stop everything if we keep turning the puck over like that," centre Derick Brassard said. "We just need to support the puck better and make the simple tape-to-tape pass. Were not executing right now and its really hurt us. We pretty much had the same game in San Jose, but I dont think its because of lack of effort." The Ducks built a 3-0 lead on goals by Ryan Getzlaf, Silfverbberg and Winnik in the first period, when Anaheim outshot the Rangers 17-3. Air Max 270 Outlet. "I had a good seat for an exciting game," Hiller joked about having little to do in the first. Silfverbergs initial goal came on a tip-in. "Its really nice to see him fit right in that line," Hiller said. "Its great to see him scoring." The Rangers were the NHLs least penalized team last season, but they racked up 26 minutes worth in the first. Derek Dorsett accounted for 19 minutes, including a 10-minute misconduct after instigating a fight with Anaheims Bryan Allen. Silfverberg struck again 1:27 into the second, scoring on a long rebound that caught Lundqvist out of the net. The play began when Benoit Pouliot gave away the puck in New Yorks zone. "Theres just no pride going on right now in our defensive zone," Rangers captain Ryan Callahan said. Saku Koivu made it 5-0 on a wrist shot, and Penner beat Lundqvist glove side to score his first goal of the season, giving the Ducks three more goals in the period. "The first two periods were as good as we can play," Ducks coach Bruce Boudreau said. The Rangers cut their penalties to one in the second, when they kept Hiller busier by outshooting the Ducks 14-13 but still had nothing to show for it. "Its kind of tough when youre up 6-0 to keep pushing," Hiller said. "It was nice to get a couple stops there." In the third, New York had 17 shots to Anaheims seven. NOTES: Penner and Nick Bonino left the game with lower body injuries, and Perreault sustained an upper body injury. ... It was the first time New York allowed at least six goals in consecutive games since Oct. 12 and 14, 2006. ... The Rangers were the opponent for the other teams home opener for the third time in four games. ... The teams last played on Nov. 3, 2011, in New York. ... Selanne, who at 43 is the NHLs oldest player, got a standing ovation during pregame introductions. Among the coaching staff, former team captain and current assistant Scott Niedermayer received the loudest cheers. ... The Ducks plan to celebrate the franchises 20th anniversary all season, including Sunday when they will wear Mighty Ducks purple retro jerseys. Fourteen of the original players from the 1993 squad will attend. ... Kiss Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley attended the game and held up gear representing the L.A. Kiss, the Arena Football League team that will play at Honda Center starting next year. The rockers have an ownership interest in the team. ' ' '