ANAHEIM- On Monday night, Boo Bird and rival Astros went all out at Angel Stadium in town. This was the first time they played in front of Big A fans since they stole their logo stealing scandal in 2017. The Angels did not give the audience too many opportunities to cheer them. In the first three innings, they could not compete with the right hand Luis Garcia.
But Mike Trout won the first game for the Angels, which was their first strike, and finally won Garcia’s solo on the left with a 7-6 amazing victory, leading The fourth game was out. For Trout, this was the first home run of the year, and it was the winner of the 201
Trout counted Garcia 2-2 before idling at 82 mph. According to a Statcast report, the home run left the bat at 108.9 mph and projected 417 feet back along the left line of vision, awakening the offense.
Angels manager Joe Maddon said: “We struggled early, but we kept coming back, and Mikey’s home run changed the momentum a bit.” “But you can attribute almost everyone to everyone. High-quality hitting lineup.”
However, the game went very late, when the Angels hurt them the most, as they did against the White Sox in all four games of the first series, because they are now in all five games. Scored in the eighth or ninth inning, they played a total of 14 times in these games this season. As the Trout’s early home runs continued to attack during the game, the Halo team made four runs in the eighth inning on Monday.
The Trout made three consecutive two moves, once deliberately-his one was a strikeout on the field outside the zone-and fueled the offense. But the Angels proved that their entire lineup could be dangerous after their comeback.
Trout said: “This will bring us all, tonight, you see.” “We are back and have a lot of success in the late game. This is putting pressure on the defense.”
This time it was veterans Albert Pujols and José Iglesias who initiated the rally, and Shohei Ohtani was hit hard, but was immediately killed by the rescuer Joe. Smith (Joe Smith)’s pitch hit. Otani stared at Smith, showing the hostility between the two clubs. That night, the fans threw inflatable and real trash cans on the court.
Madden said: “I think it’s a process of ventilation.” “I think it’s interesting. I don’t think the astronauts will be affected by it, it might cheer them a little bit. But the fans did what they wanted to do. Thing, the trash can is a bit unique. It used to be a beach ball, now it is a trash can.”
Dexter Fowler started with a slow offense from RBI singles, making it a singles game, and then David Fletcher tied it up with an RBI breakthrough. Then, a defensive error from Yuli Gurriel helped the Angels, who opened a wild free throw from Jared Walsh’s ground and brought Los Angeles to Lead. Trout was deliberately gone, and Anthony Rendon provided insurance for a sacrificial flight.
Madden said of the comeback victory: “The important thing is that we do it often.” “It creates credibility. We do this to maintain a good pitching effect, opposed to the better part of the bullpen. Because they have always been in a leading position. Therefore, there is a confidence factor there.”
The 29-year-old Trout is an important part of the club’s early success. He has a solid base in 14 of the 23 games, with a batting score of .400 / .609 / .667. He worked hard during the offseason to restore his swing skills because he felt they would withdraw from the game in 2020, and he would have to withdraw from the game when he swings too frequently.
But the scary thing about the team is that despite all his success so far, Trout still feels that he has a lot to unlock this season.
“It’s almost here,” Trout said of his swing. “I feel really great on the plate tonight. It’s one step after another and in a good batting position instead of trying to do too many things. It definitely feels better there.”