Los Angeles Angels star Mike Trout homer in a seventh straight recreation, only one shy of the MLB report
CLEVELAND — Los Angeles Angels star Mike Trout scored a home goal in his seventh straight game Monday night, one that missed the major league record.
The three-time American League MVP hit a two-run drive in the fifth inning ahead of Cleveland’s Konnor Pilkington. Trout’s 35th homer of the season traveled 422 feet to dead center at Progressive Field.
Ken Griffey Jr., Don Mattingly and Dale Long share the major league record of eight straight games with a home run.
Trout can score Tuesday night if the Angels continue their streak with the Guardians.
Trout has become the first AL player with a seven-game home run streak since Toronto’s Kendrys Morales in 2018. Cincinnati’s Joey Votto scored from May 24th last season.