June 4, 2003 the Anaheim Angels beat the Montreal Expos 11-2 at Hiram Bithorn Stadium in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Jarrod Washburn would get the win, pitching 6 innings, giving up 1 run and striking out 4. One day after beating the Expos 15-4 and hitting 6 home runs the Angels would set a club record with 7 home runs in this game. Brad Fullmer and Troy Glaus would homer in the game, Jeff DaVanon would hit 2 for his second day in a row and Garret Anderson swatted 3 home runs in this game. Both Anderson and DaVanon now had 4 home runs each in the first 2 games of this series. Anderson would also homer the next day, giving him 5 for the three games in Puerto Rico. Garret would have another solid year in 2003, after finishing 4th in the American League MVP vote in 2002. For a four year stretch from 2000-2003, Anderson would average 30 home runs, 120 RBI's and bat .299. In 2003, Anderson would have career highs in hits with 201 (4th all-time for an Angel); total bases of 345 (3rd all-time for an Angel); slugging percent of .541 and bat .315 (highest average in a season with over 100 games played). Anderson would get his second All-Star selection in 2003, where he would win the Home Run Derby and be named the MVP of the All-Star game and also win his second AL Silver Slugger Award in 2003.