ANAHEIM, Calif. – Shohei Ohtani hit his major league-leading 13th home run and the Angels defeated the slumping Indians 7-4 on Monday night after star outfielder Mike Trout was injured early. Trout strained his right calf in the first inning. The three-time AL MVP was limping after running to third on an inning-ending popup. Ohtani’s homer came during a five-run second to give the Angels a 6-1 lead. Ohtani has six career homers in 12 games against the Indians. That is his second-most against a non-AL West opponent. Cesar Hernandez, Franmil Reyes and Harold Ramirez all went deep for Cleveland, which has dropped four straight. It was only the second time in 20 games that the Indians lost when scoring four or more runs.