Mike Trout day-to-day after leaving game with groin strain
Mike Trout is day-to-day after leaving Tuesday night’s Los Angeles Angels game with a strained groin.
Trout appeared to hurt his groin on a slide into second base on a fielder’s choice that ended the bottom of the second against the Milwaukee Brewers. He was replaced in center field by Peter Bourjos in the fourth, and the Angels later explained why.
Mike Trout was removed with a right groin strain. He is day-to-day.
— Los Angeles Angels (@Angels) April 10, 2019
Based on the way Trout was acting in the dugout before manager Brad Ausmus replaced him, the MVP did not seem to be injured too badly.
— Brent Maguire (@bmags94) April 10, 2019
Trout was 2-for-2 in the game before exiting. He’s batting a whopping .406 with a .938 slugging percentage so far this season.