Angels defeat Rockies 25–1 in 13 innings

Mike Trout, Brandon Drury and Matt Thais scored on consecutive pitches to take a 13-run lead in the third inning, Mickey Moniak also went deep into the inning and finished with four extra base hits, and the Los Angeles Angles were eliminated. . colorado rockies 25-1 win in Denver on Saturday night

Moniac went 5 for 5 and finished with four extra base hits. angels Sets franchise record for most runs in a single game

Eduardo Escobar, acquired from the New York Mets on Friday, had two hits and scored four times. angels First entry

Hunter Renfro also had five hits, and he and Moniak each had four RBIs. David Fletcher homered on one of his four hits and scored five runs, Drury had three hits and four RBI, Trout and Thais also had three hits each, and Taylor Ward had two hits and three RBI for Los Angeles.

angels Gave up 28 hits – also a franchise record – to cap a strong performance by starter Griffin Canning (6-2), who had seven strikeouts over six scoreless innings.

Brenton Doyle homered for of rocksWho suffered the worst defeat in franchise history

Los Angeles led 2–0 entering the third, but jumped on starter Chase Anderson (0–2), who allowed nine runs on 10 hits over 2 2/3 innings.

Trout hit his 17th homer, Drury his 13th, and Thais hit his fourth homer and began the onslaught. of rocks nearly struck out inning with only three runs allowed

But with two on and two out, the angels battered Colorado pitchers. Ward and Shohei Ohtani had RBI singles, Trout drew a walk off reliever Matt Carasetti to load the bases, and Drury had a two-run single.

Another walk reloaded the bases and Renfro’s three-run double made it 12–0. Escobar took a run-scoring single and Moniak ended the inning with his seventh homer of the season.

Los Angeles scored eight more runs in the fourth inning, two on Moniak’s double and three on Fletcher’s first homer of the season, making the score 23–0.

Ward hit forceouts in the sixth and eighth innings that helped score the runs. angels ahead 25–0, and Doyle’s sixth bomb of the season in the bottom of the eighth averted the shutout.

–Field Level Media