• Since hitting coach Don Baylor returned June 25 from surgery for a fractured femur, the Angels have been in a deep groove. They lead the Majors in runs (102), batting average (.310), doubles (31), RBIs (96), on-base percentage (.361) and slugging (.479) while going 12-4.
• The Angels' 23-4 stretch at Angel Stadium is their best at home across 27 games in franchise history. They've won their past nine series at home.
• Mike Trout, with 21 homers and 68 RBIs, is the first Angels hitter to go 20/60 in the power categories since Vladimir Guerrero (20/77) in his 2004 AL Most Valuable Player Award-winning season.
• Catcher Chris Iannetta has raised his average from .214 to .277 with a .323 stretch over his past 34 games.
Lyle Spencer is a reporter for MLB.com. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.