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Angels Notes: Mike Trout’s workout on the field went ‘great’

ANAHEIM — Soaked in sweat after a 30-minute workout on the field at Angel Stadium on Friday afternoon, including line drives and balls flying into the seats during batting practice, Mike Trout voiced continued optimism about his return. “It felt good,” he said. “It was good to get out on the field. After being in […]
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