Two-way Star Shohei Ohtani recorded his first grand slam in either his Major League Baseball or Nippon Professional Baseball career and it was none other than Mike Trout who accompanied him.
Ohtani's first home run on Monday night came as part of a back-to-back effort with Mike Trout in the sixth inning.
Ohtani's two home runs and five runs batted in were just part of an Angels' offensive outburst.
Trout drove in three himself
Trout and Ohtani's solo home runs combined
Trout and Ohtani's solo home runs combined to give the Angels a 6-1 lead. Ohtani's second home run, the grand slam, put the Angels up by what proved to be an insurmountable 11-3 margin.