You know, maybe Mike Scioscia was onto something with this whole ‘moving Mike Trout to the two-spot’ thing, after all.

Considering the kind of season that the Los Angeles Angels super-sophomore had in 2012, there aren’t too many single-game accomplishments that Trout hasn’t added to his young career thus far. That said, a grand slam was one of them.

No more — the 21-year old’s first-inning bomb in the Angels’ nine-run first inning on Saturday checked off that achievement in a hurry.

Not only was it the exclamation mark of the team’s complete and utter destruction of Detroit Tigers starter Rick Porcello, it also helped the now 5-10 team to win consecutive games for just the second time all season — a much-needed shot in the arm, considering the early-season mess this team had been to this point.

Moreover, Trout’s move to the No. 2 spot in the order has continued to pay dividends.

Although the debated move got off to a rocky start with the outfielder going 0-for-8 through his first two games, he has been on fire since, recording multiple hits in five of his last six games, including Saturday’s 2-for-5 day at the plate.