Anaheim, California – Mike Trout hit Homer for the fourth consecutive game and Angels of Los Angeles, after five minutes of waiting caused by the honey bee, he defeated Texas Rangers.
Trout hit five homers during the four-game series and became the fourth player in Angel's history to reach that number in the series.
The double MVP American League went 11-6 with nine RBIs in the series. Homer played in two rounds against Kyle Bird in the sixth round to increase the lead at 6-2.
The match was briefly interrupted in the fifth round when bees began to fly above the bulls that are located between the left and center of the Angel Stadium. At that moment the bird was warmed up and continued to throw it while pushing the insects with his hands.
Many fans moved away from that area until the bees eventually left.
Brian Goodwin also fired a fence for Angels, who now have three consecutive wins after a series of five games. Justin Anderson (2: 0) threw empty.
Joey Gallo hit Homer for two Rangers players. Shelby Miller (0: 1) allowed four races and four goals in three wins, and one arch hit two job changes.
For Angels, Dominican Albert Pujols 3-1 with an inscription.
For Rangers, Dominican Nomar Mazara from 3-2 with one achieved. Venezuelans Elvis Andrus 4-1; Usijan odor 3-0; Asdrúbal Cabrera from 4-0.