OAKLAND, Calif. Calvin Johnson Womens Jersey . -- The Oakland Athletics are opening up quite a cushion in the AL West. Josh Donaldson hit a two-run single in a four-run third inning against Oakland nemesis Jered Weaver and the As completed a three-game sweep of the Los Angeles Angels with a 6-3 victory on Sunday. "We played well this series," Donaldson said. "Got some timely hits and we pitched well. I definitely think its one of those series we walk away and feel good about ourselves." Jed Lowrie homered and drove in two runs and Coco Crisp added an RBI double against Weaver (6-4) to give the As their first home sweep of at least three games against the Angels since June 29-July 1, 2004. Oakland leads the AL West by 4 1/2 games over Los Angeles, its largest pre-All-Star break lead since being 5 1/2 up in 1990. "We stubbed our toe this weekend but were looking at the big picture," Angels manager Mike Scioscia said. "Were a good team and our pitchers are a big part of that." The big inning was more than enough support for Sonny Gray (6-1), who allowed a pair of sacrifice flies and an RBI double by Erick Aybar in 6 2-3 innings to rebound from a rare rough start. Gray has 11 quality starts in 12 outings this season for a 2.45 ERA. "We all knew coming in it was tight and they were playing really good baseball and we needed to take care of business at home," Gray said. "The way we were able to put these three games together ... that was awesome." As good as Gray has been this season, Weaver has been even better against the As of late. He allowed just two runs in 44 1-3 innings over six starts the past two seasons against Oakland, proving to be the one Angels pitcher who befuddled the As on their way to back-to-back AL West titles. Oakland more than doubled that scoring output in the fourth inning with a rally that got started when Craig Gentry hustled to beat out a potential double play. Gentry went to third on Eric Sogards single and scored on Crisps double. Donaldson added his two-run single and Lowrie capped the inning with a two-out single that made it 4-0. "This is a totally different As club," Weaver said. "They have great pitching, guys who can get on base at the bottom of the order and who can do the little things. I had one inning that got away from me. I wish we played better this series, but it is not the end of the year. Well see them again." Grey escaped a bases-loaded jam by striking out Hank Conger to end the fourth inning before allowing the sacrifice flies to Aybar and Albert Pujols in the fifth. Lowrie, who entered the game in a 4-for-30 slump, hit his solo homer in the bottom of the fifth to put Oakland back up by three and the As added an unearned run in the sixth as Oakland matched its highest scoring output ever against Weaver in 27 career starts. "I think he just left some pitches up," Donaldson said. 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In making 36 saves to beat the Minnesota Wild on Tuesday night, Reimer very well may have reignited the goaltending competition against Jonathan Bernier. It was his first start after three-plus games of strong play from Bernier, but theres a good chance he earned another game with his performance. "You want to make the decision tough. Well, in essence, actually you want to make it easy," Reimer said. "More importantly than all of that is you want to compete for your teammates, you want to compete for yourself. Every day you come out and you want to work hard. Thats how you can put your head on the pillow at night and sleep easy is knowing that you worked your butt off." Reimer has worked his butt off in the 10 days since he was pulled in favour of Bernier after allowing four goals on 21 shots against the Ottawa Senators. Bernier pitched a shutout the rest of that game and didnt falter until allowing five past him Saturday in a comeback victory over the Edmonton Oilers. Carlyle said Reimer was getting the start against Minnesota to keep him from getting stale. Thats a testament to Berniers play, and perhaps a hint of how the coach sees his goalies roles. But Carlyle has been careful not to name a No. 1, so the Leafs dont have to worry about this being any kind of controversy. Seven games into the season, theyre off to their best start in 20 years and have the goalies, at least in part, to thank. "We know both our goalies are great goaltenders," centre Tyler Bozak said. "James has been doing it here for a long time, given us a chance to win every time he plays and obviously Bernie this year has been doing the same thing. Whichever one of thems in net, were pretty confident that theyre going to do a great job." Its possible that Reimer and Bernier yo-yo back and forth all season with one of them looking llike the dominant force until the other gets another opportunity. Marvin Jones Jr Womens Jersey. And as these things go, there will probably be a time when both are struggling. Thats not now, though. Berniers .946 save percentage has him ranked ninth in the NHL, while Reimers .916 has him 24th. Toronto has a 2.29 goals-against average as a team, which is good for fifth. Reimer has started three games to Berniers four, but Reimer said the motivation isnt beating one another. "Its not necessarily the competition," he said. "Were battling it out here, but were all about wins." By that measure, the Leafs cant be anything but ecstatic. Theyre 6-1-0, and the one loss was in a one-goal game against the undefeated Colorado Avalanche. Theres some consternation about the need to play better all around, and the goaltending situation is sure to provide plenty of conversation even as things are going well. Reimer is just blocking it out. "Im sure stories were being written and things were being said, but honestly, Ive said it a bunch, I wasnt listening to anything," he said after beating the Wild. "I just come to the rink and try and work hard and when I get in there try and work my hardest and give the boys a chance. If thats what the storys going to be, that theres still a competition, then thats what its going to be. But for me its just trying to battle out there and give the boys a chance." Thats Reimers job in Carlyles eyes. The 25-year-old gave up a lot of rebounds against Minnesota and conceded there were some technical elements to his game that could have been better. But Carlyle praised Reimer specifically for saves he made on the penalty kill, where the Leafs are quietly humming along at an 88.9-per-cent success rate, third in the league. "He was making the big saves: the first save and the second and more," winger Mason Raymond said. "Thats all you can ask from a goaltender. He gave us the opportunity to win. Thats the bottom line." ' ' '