PEORIA, Ariz., March 8 (UPI) -- Troy Glaus homered and drove in three runs Friday to power the Anaheim Angels to an 8-6 victory over the San Diego Padres in a battle of split squads.
Glaus connected off starter Brian Tollberg to spark a six-run fourth inning that put Anaheim in control.
Ben Molina had two singles and an RBI and Scott Spiezio chipped in two hits and scored a run for the Angels, who collected 10 hits off Tollberg and five relievers.
Anaheim starter Kevin Appier got the win, despite allowing two runs and four hits in three innings. Troy Percival was the only one of four Angels' pitchers who did not give up a run, striking out the side and issuing a walk in the sixth.
Tollberg surrendered five runs -- two earned -- and three hits in his three-inning stint. Only three of the eight runs given up by the Padres were earned as first baseman Scott Morgan committed two errors and left fielder Ray Lankford one.
Trenidad Hubbard drove in two runs and Pete Incaviglia, trying to earn a roster spot, was two for two with a double and an RBI for San Diego.