Bill Walton partnered with Jason Benetti to call Friday night’s Chicago White Sox-Los Angeles Angels game on White Sox TV, and he did not disappoint.
Just when you thought that everything there was to say about Mike Trout had already been said, Alex Cora is coming in from the top rope.
Mike Trout checked nearly every category in the boxscore during Monday’s Los Angeles Angels-Cincinnati Reds game. His stolen base in the first inning might have been his most impressive moment.
Mike Trout is on an absurd tear at the plate in which he has belted 11 home runs in his last 13 games, but he proved on Tuesday night that he is capable of changing the game on defense, too.
Mike Trout is not in the lineup for the Los Angeles Angels for the second day in a row due to his strained calf. He doesn’t seem too worried.
Mike Trout has been diagnosed with a small calf strain and is day-to-day, the Los Angeles Angels announced on Monday.
Mike Trout briefly caused Los Angeles Angels fans to panic Sunday when he left the team’s game against the Seattle Mariners.
Mike Trout has been the best player in baseball for at least the last five years, if not longer. He’s won two AL MVP awards and has finished second in MVP voting four other times.