Jared Walsh hits for the cycle, Mike Trout makes his return to the lineup with two homers in Los Angeles Angels’ rout of New York Mets

ANAHEIM CA — It is rare for a team to claim a no-hitter.

But, there's more! Los Angeles Angels can.

Jared Walsh The Halos continued to roll to an incredible span of franchise history, and hit for the cycle. 11-6 victory Over the New York Mets Saturday night. It was the ninth franchise cycle and the first since 2005. Shohei Ohtani In 2019.

Walsh was 4-for-5 with three runs. After Mets center fielder, Walsh completed the cycle with a 2-run triple in the eighth. Khalil Lee It was not possible to catch a dive.

Walsh stated that Walsh was thinking about the possibility but decided to just put the barrel on the ball. Walsh spoke about his eighth-inning approach to the plate. “I felt like I could drive it if I made good contact.

Phil Nevin, Angels manager, said that he saw Lee dive for the ball and knew Walsh would complete it.

Nevin said, “I yelled cycle” right when he dove.” “Cycles tend to be rarer than a no-hitter. “I've seen only one other cycle.”

It was the seventh Angel Stadium cycle and the fifth by an Angels' player. Mike Trout The Big A's last cycle winner was he.

Trout was the most important story of the game until Walsh's season. Trout returned to the lineup for his 23r career multi-homerun game.

“It's nice to see him start to swing it that way. It was evident last year. It's great to see once he gets it moving,” Trout said. He had three hits and drove home three runs.

Trout, who missed three of the Angels' games due to right-groin tightness (right groin tightness), helped power a five-homer slugfest for the Angels. They have now gone deep five times in this season's second half.

Walsh also did a pair diving stops to stop Mets hits in early innings. He had a single in third inning, a double and solo shot in fifth.

It is the third majors season cycle. Last one was played by the Mets. Eduardo Escobar Monday San Diego.

After the game, the Angels seemed to be gaining momentum. Reid DetmersNo-hitter against the Tampa Bay Rays They won the eighth game in their last 29 games on Saturday, May 10.

After a 14-game losing streak that was franchise-record breaking, it was their second win in three games. Nevin is now 2nd as manager, after Joe Maddon was dismissed Tuesday.

Ohtani Andrew Velazquez Homered as well. Trout and Ohtani both homered for the 17th time in 2018 and the third year respectively.

This was enough. Michael Lorenzen (6-3), who gave up one run on six hit and struck out four in 6 1/3 inning.

Mets starter Carlos Carrasco (7-2) was defeated for the first time since April 27, The right-hander gave up five runs on nine hits in four innings and seven strikeouts.

Pete Alonso Lee took a solo shot in eighth. Lee also drove three runs in ninth for his first homer of the majors.

Trout made it 3-0 for the Angels in the third with a solo pitch. The sixth inning, Trout connected for a two run shot into the rockpile.

Following a drought that left him 0 for 26, he's now 6-for-8 with three homers.

Ohtani was also 3-for-4 with three RBIs to extend his hitting streak of eight games. It included a two run blast to right-center that scored Ohtani in the fifth inning. This made it 5-0.

Carrasco stated that Ohtani and Trout had homered to him. You have to attack. “I tried it and failed.”

Velazquez made his solo shot in sixth for the second time in three games.

The Mets were leading the majors in runners scoring with a.295 team average, but they were only 3-for-14 with eight runners stranded.


Mets right fielder was called upon to assist Walsh in his third-inning single. Jeff McNeil Quickly fielded the ball, Ohtani threw home to end the inning. Catcher Tomas Nido The tag was completed in a short time.


It was the Angels first game wearing their Nike MLB City Connect jersey. The alternate uniform combines the red motif of the franchise with nods towards retro Southern California's surf and beach style.


Mets Starling Marte (quad tightness) He did some drills before batting practice, but he missed his third consecutive game. RHP Colin Holderman With right shoulder impingement, was retroactively placed on the injured roster. Triple-A Syracuse RHP Jake Reed was recalled.

Angels: INF Luis Rengifo was taken off the paternity lists. He made two mistakes in his first game.


RHP Mets Taijuan Walker (3-2, 3.28 ERA): 2-0 with a 1.56 ERA in a pair against The Big A Angels.

Angels: LHP Patrick Sandoval (3-1, 2.81 ERA) He has allowed three or fewer runs in nine of his nine starts.

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