The last four batters in the Angels' lineup combined to go 1-for-15 with just one RBI. They also went 0-for-7 with runners in scoring position, with the one RBI coming on a bases-loaded walk by pinch-hitter Mike Napoli in the seventh inning.
The two usually dependable hitters have struggled all series as neither batter has reached base yet via a single or a walk, as they have combined to go 0-for-17. It's an unusual spell for Kendrick and Aybar, as the two batted .303 and .277 during the regular season, respectively.
The struggles at the bottom of the order have become a disturbing trend, as the No. 6-9 hitters went 1-for-12 on Wednesday in Game 1. That means the bottom four hitters are hitting just .074 with no extra-base hits in the American League Division Series.
Rhett Bollinger is an associate reporter for MLB.com. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.