|2013 Regular Season|
A cycle seemed inevitable at some point for Trout, whose OPS is 1.227 over 20 games since April 30.
Though the Angels continue to struggle, Trout is heating up. He has an OPS of 1.264 with six home runs and 17 RBIs over the last 15 games dating back to April 30.
Trout is 16 for 45 (.356) with four homers and 13 RBIs over 11 games since going 1 for 8 in the Angels' 10-8 loss in 19 innings to the Athletics on April 29.
Trout could be getting his act together with an OPS of .841
Trout's WAR earned rave reviews last year but the Halos are 11-22 this year so isn't making much of an impact.
Trout is batting .400 with two long balls, eight RBIs and four runs scored over his last four games.
After a miserable 1-for-8 performance in the teams' 19-inning game Monday, Trout was 4 for 8 in the final two games of the series against Oakland. He's hitting .270 with 17 RBIs.
It was a nice bounce-back game for Trout after he had gone 1 for 8 in Los Angeles' 19-inning marathon one night earlier.
Trout had two hits in each of the previous four games.
Trout is 8 for 16 during a four-game streak of two-hit games.
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