A week is a small sample size, but the Angels hope it is foreshadowing a late-season run.
Over the past seven games entering Sunday, the Angels were hitting .303 and were 14-for-28 with runners in scoring position.
"When you put it all together, we may be a pesky offense," Scioscia said. "We may not be that dynamic right now, but the guys are hitting the baseball and occasionally they're driving it, too."
The Blue Jays' staff is certainly feeling the effects of the Angels' recent offensive surge over the past three games as none of their starters has pitched into the sixth inning.
On Thursday, the Angels knocked Josh Johnson out of the game after 2 1/3 innings, on Friday Todd Redmond lasted 3 2/3 innings and on Saturday it was Esmil Rogers who was pulled after five.
The Angels scored 17 runs in those 11 innings against Toronto's starters.
William Boor is an associate reporter for MLB.com. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.