Throughout the enrapturing history of Major League Baseball, there have been great duos that have changed the game forever.
There was Ruth and Gehrig, Spahn and Sain, and Aaron and Mathews, just to name a few.
When the season first started, all of the talk in Los Angeles centered around the addition of Albert Pujols.
Now, the end of July is here and both Trout and Trumbo lead Pujols in batting average, on-base percentage and slugging percentage.
Trout is single-handedly running away with AL Rookie of the Year honors with a league-leading .350 batting average, while his fellow outfielder Trumbo is second on the team at .304.
At a combined 46 years of age, the "Angels in the Outfield" have taken the American League by storm, and have given Los Angeles its closest shot at a World Series title since the team last won it 10 years ago.
In the American past time of baseball, where great players are born and the rest just assimilate, Trout and Trumbo have risen to the challenge and have made themselves a threat in the American League.
Let's see how they compare to other dynamic duos in major league history after one year together.