Mike Trout and Tommy La Stella both wore No. 45 as they represented the Angels in the All-Star Game on Tuesday.
The Angels continued to honor fallen teammate Tyler Skaggs on Friday night in their first home contest since the 27-year-old's death on July 1.
Every member of the Angels' roster donned Skaggs's No. 45, and his mom Debbie threw out the first pitch.
Mike Trout continued the evening's festivities in the first inning. The two-time MVP blasted a first-pitch fastball for a home run, launching the ball 454 feet over the center field fence.
Trout is now plenty comfortable in No. 45. He also wore Skaggs's old number while representing the American League in the All-Star Game on Tuesday night.
Skaggs pitched five seasons with the Angels, posting a 4.25 ERA in 83 starts with the franchise.