The Los Angeles Angels are beginning to turn around their rough start to 2013, thanks in part to Josh Hamilton and Mike Trout.
A three-game series with the Minnesota Twins may keep them surging.
Trout and Hamilton look to continue their success against the sputtering Twins, as they try to help the Angels to their first winning streak of the season Monday night at frigid Target Field.
Los Angeles (4-8) lost eight of its first 10, as it struggled to live up to its 148.5 million payroll.
Hamilton hit .179 with no homers and four RBIs in that stretch after signing a five-year, 125 million free-agent contract from AL West rival Texas.
Trout, the reigning AL Rookie of the Year, wasn't doing much better with a .227 average, four runs and one RBI.
All of that appears to be changing after Los Angeles won 4-1 over Houston on Sunday following Saturday's 5-4 victory on Albert Pujols' two-run walkoff double that scored Trout.
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