Even at age 22, Mike Trout has been so great at baseball for what feels like so long that his greatness can already be overlooked.

Then, with a simple swing at a pitch below his knees, he reminds of his otherworldly ability. The Angels center fielder hit a tying grand slam in the bottom of Saturday’s eighth inning at Angel Stadium, keying a remarkable comeback from 5-0 deficit to 6-5 win.

Chicago White Sox starter Chris Sale, theretofore the best pitcher in baseball this season, thoroughly dominated the Angels through seven innings, even holding them hitless through four. But shortstop Erick Aybar doubled leading off the eighth and three more Angels reached base without recording an out, setting the stage for late-inning heroics.

Trout fouled off the first two pitches, took two balls, fouled off another, took another ball and then unloaded on what likely would’ve been ball four. It was a changeup from Sale, a good pitch located perfectly, but Trout swung smoothly and effortlessly and hit it past the left-center wall.

“The first two pitches, I think I was thinking home run, and that’s why I fouled them off,” Trout said. “That 3-2 pitch, I just told myself to stay up the middle and put the ball in play, and it went over the fence.”