Mike Trout is playing his second rehab game for the IE 66ers tonight. Before the game he answered questions about how he’s feeling and how is game will change after experiencing the injury (spoiler alert: it won’t).
As you can tell his fans came out strong to see him. Continue reading Rehab Game Interview
Mike Trout sat down with Alex Curry to discuss the latest on his rehab, whether or not he’ll be at the All Start game and how he’s itching to play in big moments.
Here’s a video collection of Mike Trout’s best HR robbing catches. You want the truth? Mike Trout is the TRUTH.
While stealing second base on Sunday, Mike Trout has a tear in the ucl tear of his left thumb. The injury will require Trout to go on the Disabled List for the first time in his career. Surgery is a possibility and he’s expected to miss anywhere from 4-8 weeks of playing time. Teammate Andrelton Simmons had a similar injury in 2016 and missed 5 weeks.
Terry Collins, the Mets manager, made some news last Sunday when he stated that he considered walking Mike Trout in the 9th inning with the bases loaded. The Angels were down by three and Trout represented the winning run if he were able to swat a grand slam. Instead, Addison Reed was able to limit Trout to a sacrifice fly and the Mets came away with a 7-5 victory. With Albert Pujols out of the lineup and the rest of the team struggling the idea was not without merit. This may be the ultimate sign of respect for Mike Trout as a hitter.
Continue reading Walking Trout with the Bases Loaded
Mike Trout is currently 1st, 2nd or 3rd in EVERY major batting stat in the American League! WAR, BA, OBP, SLG, OPS, Total Bases, Home Runs, RBI, BB, Stolen Bases.
It’s hard to believe that we could be seeing the best season of his career!
Mike Trout stole his 150th career stolen base on May 14 against the Detroit Tigers. With that feat and and Alex Rodriguez became the only two players with 150 stolen bases and 175 home runs before their age 26 seasons. He is also the youngest player to record 150 steals and 150 home runs.