|LF||Dickerson (L)||1B||La Stella (L)|
|DH||Sandoval (S)||LF||Goodwin (L)|
|C||Heineman (S)||C||Bemboom (L)|
Rendon bats cleanup at third base for the Angels, like he has in each of the first seven games of the homestand.
He has exactly one extra-base hit in each of the last seven games, the second-longest extra-base hit streak in Angels history. Darin Erstad had nine straight games in 1998, and Tim Salmon had eight straight games with an extra-base hit in 2000. Among current Angels, Albert Pujols also had a seven-game extra-base hit streak in 2012, as did Justin Upton in 2018. Neither are in the lineup on Tuesday against Giants right-hander Trevor Cahill.
Rendon during his streak has five home runs and two doubles. Both doubles were of the ground-rule variety, meaning he has hit a ball over the fence in seven straight games.
During the homestand, Rendon is 11-for-24 (.458/.567/1.167) with eight RBI and eight runs scored.
Rendon has also drive in a run in each of those seven games, but he’s got a long way to go to get to the Angels record — 12 straight games with an RBI, by Garret Anderson in 2007.
On the season, Rendon now leads the Angels in fWAR (1.3) and his 172 wRC+ is just a tick behind Mike Trout (173 wRC+).
Time: 1:10 p.m. PT
TV: Fox Sports West, ESPN