Mike Trout of the Los Angeles Angels singled in his first at-bat against the Boston Red

Sox on Monday evening, snapping a career-low 0-for-26 streak. The Angels, on the other

hand, couldn't stop their own spiral, as a 1-0 loss tied the club record for consecutive

losses in a season with 12. After a six-game journey to the East Coast, Trout ended his

drought in Los Angeles' first home game. In May 2018, he went 0-for-21 for the first time

in his career. In the first inning, Trout hit a strong single to left field off Boston's Michael

Wacha. After reaching first base, he fist-bumped base coach Benji Gil, but he was

stranded there. The three-time MVP earlier had a hit against the Toronto Blue Jays on

May 28 at home. The Boston Red Sox will enter Tuesday with a winning record for the