Hunter was out of the lineup Saturday due to a tight right groin he sustained while chasing down Russell Martin's go-ahead single in Friday night's 6-5 loss. Scioscia said it "doesn't look like it's anything to worry about." Hunter is listed as day to day and expects to be in the lineup either Sunday or Monday.
Mark Trumbo went homerless in Saturday's 5-3 loss, snapping a string of five straight games homering against the Yankees. According to the Elias Sports Bureau, the only two other players to do that against the Yankees were Harold Baines (1984-85) and Albert Belle ('95).
Trout's terrorizing of the basepaths continued Saturday as he stole multiple bases for a Major League-leading ninth time. He's now attempted 21 steals without being thrown out, and became the sixth rookie in Angels history to steal 30 bases. The others were Gary Pettis (48 in 1984), Chad Curtis (42 in 1992), Jose Cardenal (37 in 1965), Jerry Remy (34 in 1975) and Devon White (32 in 1987).