After mashing four home runs over a three-game set in the Angels' last series against the Mariners, Trout keep right on rolling to kick off this series against Oakland. He's is the midst of one of his patented ridiculous tears, as he's now lashed 10 hits in his last 14 at-bats, with six runs and seven RBI to go along with the four homers over his last four games. That brings his slash line to .323/.450/.690 with 23 home runs in 70 games on the season -- all incredible numbers even by the lofty standards Trout has grown accustomed to setting over the course of his career.
Trout went 3-for-5 with a pair of home runs and three RBI in Tuesday's 6-3 loss to the Mariners.
Trout has done his part over the last two games against Seattle, going 5-for-8 with four homers and five RBI, but the rest of the offense hasn't been up to the task in the pair of losses. If it's even possible, the two-time MVP may be in the midst of his best season yet, as the home runs were his league-leading 22nd and 23rd on the year to go along with a .310/.438/.682 slash line.
Trout hit two solo home runs, his 20th and 21st, in a 2-for-3 game with a walk Monday against the Mariners.
Trout's first multi-homer game of the season gave him his seventh 20-homer campaign in as many full major league seasons. He had hit just one home run in his past 12 games, a slight drought by his standards. Trout owns a .304/.435/.658 batting line in 67 games this season. The biggest barrier between him and another MVP award will likely be his own teammates, as Trout is putting up a potential career year in what is already one of the most statistically eye-popping careers we have ever seen.
Trout went 3-for-5 with a triple, a solo home run and a stolen base in Saturday's 3-2 loss to the Rangers.
The first-inning shot off Cole Hamels gave Trout his 19th homer of the year, putting him into a tie with J.D. Martinez for the major-league lead, while the second-inning steal was his 13th -- tying him with Mookie Betts and Michael Taylor for fourth in MLB in that category. Trout has also collected a hit in 10 of his last 11 games, posting an eye-popping .405/.500/.952 slash line over that stretch that would seem completely unsustainable for a lesser mortal.
Trout went 1-for-5 with his major-league leading 18th home run in Monday's 9-3 loss to Detroit.
Not many things went right for the Halos in this one, but Trout was able to keep his power surge going, hitting his fourth long ball over his last five contests. As crazy as it sounds, the superstar continues to improve on the already-impressive back of his baseball card. Trout is on a 54-homer and 36-steal pace while boasting a career-best 1.124 OPS through 54 games.
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|2010||AFX-Cedar Rapids Kernels||81||312||76||113||19||7||6||39||46||52||45||9||.454||.526||.362|
|2010||AFA-Rancho Cucamonga Qua||50||196||30||60||9||2||4||19||27||33||11||6||.388||.434||.306|
|2012||AAA-Salt Lake Bees||20||77||21||31||4||5||1||13||11||16||6||1||.467||.623||.403|
|2017||AFA-Inland Empire 66ers||4||9||5||2||1||1||0||0||4||2||0||0||.467||.556||.222|