ANAHEIM -- The Angels have hit 20 home runs in their first 12 games, so getting five Sunday against the Mets isn't that unusual. It's whom they abused in a 14-2 victory at Angel Stadium that was out of the ordinary. Bartolo Colon, who won a Cy Young Award for the Angels in 2005, had owned his former team in recent years. In his past nine starts against them, he was 6-1 with a 1.75 ERA. But the Angels greeted Colon with an extra-base-hit binge in the first inning, as Mike Trout, Albert Pujols and Raul Ibanez hit consecutive one-out home runs, and Kole Calhoun and Ian Stewart capped the four-run inning with doubles.