Worth noting

Worth noting

• Calhoun arrived to New York on Sunday for his second callup with the Angels, but his bags didn't. Calhoun showed up in the Angels' clubhouse dressed in a suit, with no bat, no glove and no uniform. The 24-year-old outfielder flew from Reno, Nev., to Phoenix, to Philadelphia, to Newark, N.J. His bags, he thinks, stayed in Phoenix, getting re-routed to Detroit. So, left-hander C.J. Wilson lent him a glove for the day.

• Mark Trumbo homered for the sixth time against the Yankees this season, one day after snapping a streak of homers in five straight games against them. With that, Trumbo has tied the club record for homers in a season against the Yankees, according to the Elias Sports Bureau. Lee Thomas (1962) and Brian Downing ('88) also did it.

• Mike Trout has scored at least one run in seven straight games, making him just the second Angels player to accomplish the feat over the last three years (Hunter did it twice). Over his last 21 games, Trout is batting .407 (35-for-86).