Mike Trout is set to hit free agency after the 2020 season, but the Los Angeles Angels will attempt to change that.
The future is a little dim for the Los Angeles Angels, but that does not mean they’re about to drop everything and trade franchise player Mike Trout.
Mike Trout is using Players Weekend in MLB as an opportunity to honor his late brother-in-law.
Los Angeles Angels outfielder Mike Trout is still a little ways away from returning to action.
According to Maria I. Guardado of MLB.
Mike Trout may not be ready to return to the Los Angeles Angels when he is eligible to come off the disabled list on Thursday.
As we head towards the final month of the regular season, the pennant races in baseball are heating up, and so are the awards races.
The Los Angeles Angels have placed Mike Trout on the disabled list due to his wrist injury.
Trout has not played since Aug. 1 due to his wrist and had a cortisone injection on Monday.
Mike Trout could be back in the Los Angeles Angels’ lineup before long.
Trout has not played since last Wednesday due to a wrist injury.