A sore left wrist kept Mike Trout out of the lineup for a second straight game. The Angels center fielder was available to pinch-run and play late-inning defense Wednesday night, but he appears several days away from starting.
Los Angeles Angels outfielder Mike Trout is dealing with a left wrist injury suffered on Sunday, July 26. While it's not believed to be serious, he missed the team's clash with the Houston Astros on Tuesday. Continue below for updates. Trout's...Show More Summary
Trout, 23, leads the majors in home runs and runs scored, and his stats are among the league leaders again this season in many other categories.
The 23-year-old outfielder sandwiched a scary moment between a couple of home runs on Sunday.
Hitting home runs has become too easy for Los Angeles Angels center fielder Mike Trout, so in an effort to make things more challenging, he’s now hitting grand slams into nets being held by fans in the outfield bleachers. Seriously. Grand Slams. Into 2-foot nets. Check it out: Your browser does not support iframes. That […]
Run support is not a problem for Andrew Heaney. In his last four starts, the Angels have scored 40 times.
Here are some things that are impressive about Mike Trout’s day at the plate Sunday:He hit his MLB-leading 31st home run of the season, and it was a grand slamIt was his second home run of the dayHe reached 30 home runs faster than any previous Angels playerHe had a season-high four hitsRead full article >>
What are the odds that Los Angeles Angels star Mike Trout would be able to hit a ball into a fan's "Trout Net"? Apparently pretty good. In the sixth inning of Sunday's game, Trout crushed a grand slam off Texas Rangers right-hander Spencer Patton. Show More Summary
Nothing, it seems, can slow Mike Trout down. In fact, he might be getting even better.
The way Mike Trout has played throughout his career thus far, he can seem larger than life for Angels fans. Two All-Star game most-valuable player awards, rookie of the year and, of course, MVP.
Mike Trout unveiled a life-sized bobblehead of himself at Angel Stadium on Friday before hosting the Texas Rangers. And yes, the head of the version of the reigning American League MVP does in fact bobble. Th e 6'2" center fielder made sure to check himself. Show More Summary
Mike Trout returned to the Angels' lineup as the designated hitter for Wednesday night's game against the Minnesota Twins, one day after the center fielder missed his first game of the season because of a left heel injury.
At 6-foot-2 and 230 pounds, Mike Trout and doll-sized aren’t words most people would ever put together. But you just wait till Friday night when the Angels plan to unveil a Mike Trout-sized doll outside Angel Stadium. To be more exact, the team will lift the curtain on a life-sized bobblehead statue of the 23-year-old all […]
To commemorate Angels center fielder Mike Trout's 2014 American League most-valuable-player award, a life-size bobblehead of Trout, standing 6 feet 2, will be unveiled in the Music Garden/Trout Farm area outside Angel Stadium at about 5 p.m. on Friday.
Mike Trout started every one of the team's first 92 games, 89 in center field and three at designated hitter, playing 805 of a possible 817 innings at the break-neck pace he's maintained for four years.
Los Angeles Angels center fielder Mike Trout has been scratched from the series opener against Minnesota because of a sore left heel.
Mike Trout, slowed by a sore left heel, is not in the Angels' lineup for Tuesday night's game against the Minnesota Twins, but the center fielder believes the injury is minor and is confident he will play Wednesday night.
Los Angeles Angels star Mike Trout suffered a minor injury to his heel that kept him out of Tuesday's game against the Minnesota Twins, according to Mike DiGiovanna of the Los Angeles Times. Continue for updates. Trout Day-to-Day with Heel Soreness Tuesday, July 21 One thing that has helped bring Trout so much success is his durability. Show More Summary
Led by Albert Pujols and Mike Trout, the Los Angeles Angels managed to usurp first place just before All-Star activities began. Pitching hasn’t been instrumental in leaping over Houston, but it’s been sustainable enough to keep divisional foes at bay. Show More Summary
The last time the Angels had a home rainout, Mike Trout was three years old.