ANAHEIM -- Jemile Weeks is back in the lineup for the first time since being sent down to Triple-A on August 21. Don't read too much into it at this time. A's manager Bob Melvin stressed that getting Weeks a start was more a product of needed to get shortstop Stephen Drew a day to rest. Cliff Pennington slides back over to shortstop in Drew's place and Weeks is starting at second base."We like what we are seeing out of Pennington and Drew. Those are our starters at this point," Melvin said. "We aren't afraid to play some hot hands too and Weeks has been a big part of this team, I actually feel good I can get him a start." Weeks knows he has to stay humble and make the most of his limited opportunities at this point. He was the starting second baseman in 111 of the A's first 121 games this season. Since returning to the club on Monday he has been patiently waiting to get a shot. "It's great," Weeks said. "Just show I have confidence go out there and play the game I've been playing." Melvin likes to play the hot hand. Weeks will have to prove he can be that guy if he wants to get more playing time. He draws the tough task of having to prove it against Jered Weaver, the leader of the Angels' staff. "I wouldn't say it's tough I think the position I'm in you just have to go out there and whoever I am facing you have to face to the best of your ability," Weeks said. "Obviously he is a good pitcher, he's their ace. You have to go out and battle with him."Weeks is 4 for 17 with a home run and two walks in his career against Weaver. Maybe it's a good time to make an impression. Weaver is 16-4 with a 2.86 ERA but had his last start skipped because of shoulder tendinitis. Weeks hasn't started for the A's since August 20, but made an adjustment at the plate while in Triple-A. "Just like any other start it's a little different having a break but that's the role you are given, that's the role you play," Weeks said. Notes:-- Drew has started 20 of 21 games at shortstop since joining the A's. He is 4 for 27 over his last eight games so a day off might benefit him."He's been pretty durable since he's been with us and that was a pretty bad injury he had," Melvin said. "This is only the second day off I've given him since being here, so therefor he is off." -- Brandon Moss has been getting the bulk of playing time lately at first base. He has run with the opportunity. Moss has six homers in his last 13 games and has hit safely in his last six. Melvin noted that two lefties (Joe Saunders and Zach Britton) are coming up in the two days and that Chris Carter would be starting against them.