The best player in baseball left Sunday's game with a thumb sprain
A Mike Trout injury update has come in from the Los Angeles Angels and it provides partially good news for fans and fantasy baseball owners. Trout jammed his left thumb as he slid headfirst into second base Sunday afternoon (May 28)....Show More Summary
The Angels lost a game, a series and their star player Sunday. They fell 9-2 in the rubber match of a three-game series with Miami at Marlins Park. It ended a painful 4-6 road trip for the Angels, who have now dropped four of their last five games. Mike Trout left the game in the sixth inning with...
MIAMI — The Angels’ 10-game trip down the East Coast ended in disturbing fashion on Sunday. Mike Trout left the game after spraining his left thumb. Trout underwent X-rays, which showed no fracture. There was no immediate word on how much time he might miss. That was merely one of the negatives on a day the […]
Mike Trout has left the Los Angeles Angels' game at Miami after jamming his left hand while stealing second base
Mike Trout hit his 16th homer, most in the majors, and the Los Angeles Angels reached the.500 mark for the 12th time this season by beating Miami 5-2.
The top three batters in the lineup reached base three times apiece as the Angels raced past Miami, 5-2, on Saturday afternoon at Marlins Park. Cameron Maybin, Andrelton Simmons and Mike Trout each had one extra-base hit, one single and drew one walk. Two batters in, Mike Trout received a fastball...
MIAMI — When Mike Trout makes his next appearance at Marlins Park, don’t expect to see him in the Home Run Derby. “I don’t think so, probably not,” Trout said Saturday, when asked if he was planning to participate in the annual slugger showcase the day before the All-Star Game, which is in Miami this […]
Baseball’s best player, Mike Trout, brings his Los Angeles Angels to South Florida for the first of three weekend interleague games Friday against the struggling Miami Marlins, in a matchup that will be only the second ever MLB contest...Show More Summary
The Angels started well, finished poorly, and suffered a 5-2 loss to the Tampa Bay Rays on Wednesday at Tropicana Field. With one out in the first inning, Mike Trout pounded a fastball off of the center-field wall for a double. Albert Pujols soon smashed the 597th home run of his career to left...
The gap between Trout and the rest of the Angels lineup has nearly reached Bondsian proportions
Angels designated hitter Albert Pujols is nearing 600 home runs and steadily climbing up the all-time RBI leaderboards, and Mike Trout is paying attention to his teammate’s pursuits. “It seems like every day he’s breaking records,” Trout said. “It seems like every night he passes somebody on the...
Tuesday’s Say Hey, Baseball looks at problems with the Angels lineup, what the Pirates should do next, and David Ross in the Dancing with the Stars finale. Listen, we know it’s tough to catch up on everything happening in the baseball world each morning. Show More Summary
"One of your favorite cards from the 2010s." 2010 Topps Pro Debut Mike Trout #181 - as an Angels fan, a favorite card from this decade needed to picture the best player in the game, six years running.
Through 40 games this season, the best player in baseball has a 1.223 OPS.
Reigning AL MVP has six home runs since his return two weeks ago from resting a tight hamstring.
The bases-loaded intentional walk? Terry Collins says he thought about it on Saturday
Mike Trout homered, doubled and drove in three runs, C.J. Cron hit a grand slam and the Los Angeles Angels bolted to a big lead in beating the New York Mets 12-5 on Sunday at Citi Field. Aiming to avoid a three-game sweep, the Angels built a 9-0 lead by the third inning. Andrelton Simmons and...
C.J. Cron was perusing the local newspapers in the visitor’s clubhouse Friday when Mike Tout plopped down beside him to join a game of cards. “Hey look who it is!” Cron said, holding up a copy of the New York Daily News and looking at Trout. Here, in the flesh, was Trout. And here, gracing the...
Derek Jeter perfected the art of the non-answer in media interviews during his 20-year baseball career with the Yankees.