WATCH: Angels blast three home runs in seven-run second inning

By Jesse Reed

The Los Angeles Angels entered the top of the second inning down 1-0 against the Toronto Blue Jays. Within minutes, they had taken a commanding 7-1 lead.

Justin Upton, in his first game back from the 60-day injured list, blasted a solo home run to get the scoring started.

One batter later, Kole Calhoun made it back-to-back jacks.

Mike Trout then drove in two runs with a double, and then one batter later Shohei Ohtani, with men on second and third, blasted a three-run home run.

Blue Jays pitcher Edwin Jackson didn’t last long in this one. After giving up a third home run in the inning, he was replaced by Sam Gaviglio, who finally stopped the bleeding.