The Los Angeles Angels might want to stick with their pregame routine.
The hot-starting Angels will look to send the reeling Cleveland Indians to a sixth straight loss Saturday night at Progressive Field.
The Angels (52-62) came into Cleveland having scored in the first inning of five straight games, though they'd lost their previous four. That skid ended Friday, when they rode a five-run first to a 5-2 victory over the Indians.
Los Angeles has prospered early despite a very fluid top of the order. On Tuesday, Kole Calhoun took over the leadoff spot and he and Mike Trout hit back-to-back home runs to begin the night. On Wednesday, Calhoun led off with a walk and Trout homered once again. On Friday, J.B. Shuck led off and the Angels' first four hitters all reached before Josh Hamilton's three-run home run.
Trout, who walked twice Friday, has reached base in 39 straight games - the second-longest streak in franchise history. He has an on-base percentage of .492 during that...