The Angels lost a series to the Astros -- the worst team in the major leagues -- for the third time this season. The Angels are 7-9 against the Astros, a team on pace to lose 100 games for the third consecutive season.
More important, Angels star
Trout, who has played in all but one of the Angels’ 123 games, singled and doubled Sunday to lift his batting average to .333. That ranks second in the
Trout has reached base in 40 consecutive games. The club record is 63, set by Orlando Cabrera. The major league record is 84, by Ted Williams.
The Angels’ projected starting outfield this season was Trout in left field,
Dominguez, who played at Chatsworth High, singled in each of his first two at-bats before snapping a 3-3 tie with a three-run homer off Angels reliever
Gutierrez has a 7.30 earned-run average in 14 appearances since the Angels claimed him on waivers from the