Mike Trout

#27 CF / L.A. Angels / EXP: 9YRS Height: 6-2 Weight: 235 lb Age: 27 College: None Bats/Throws -/-

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      Angels' Mike Trout: Remains in DH slot

      Mike Trout will serve as the designated hitter and is hitting second Thursday against Seattle.Trout participated in pregame warmups Thursday and gained clearance to man center field, but the Los Angeles Angels will keep him in the designated hitter spot for one more night after weather delayed the team's flight Wednesday evening. The former MVP is expected to start in center field Friday, per J.P. Hoornstra of the Los Angeles Daily News.

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      Angels' Mike Trout: Walks three times in return

      Mike Trout (groin) went 0-for-2 with three walks and two runs Monday in the Los Angeles Angels' 12-7 loss to the Rangers.After missing nearly a week with the groin injury, Trout was eased back into action as the Angels' designated hitter and made a huge impact on offense without even recording a hit. The Angels could limit Trout's usage in the outfield and encourage him to act conservatively on the basepaths until the groin issue is further in the rear-view mirror, but it shouldn't prove overly detrimental to his fantasy outlook.

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      Angels' Mike Trout: Back in action as DH

      Mike Trout (groin) is back in the lineup as the Los Angeles Angels' designated hitter Monday against the Rangers.A groin strain kept Trout away from the team during the Angels' weekend series with the Cubs, but he's improved as the team hoped and won't end up needing a trip to the injured list. It remains to be seen when he'll retake his place in center field, which Brian Goodwin occupies Monday.

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      Angels' Mike Trout: Rejoining Angels on Monday

      Mike Trout will join the Los Angeles Angels on Monday in Texas after testing Sunday showed further improvement to his right groin.Trout remained in Anaheim for the weekend trip to Chicago, but he appears to be progressing as planned from the right groin strain. The 27-year-old should still be considered day-to-day but for now looks to have avoided a trip to the injured list.

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      Angels' Mike Trout: To be reevaluated Sunday

      Mike Trout has reduced swelling in his strained groin but will remain in Anaheim for treatment before being reevaluated Sunday.Trout seems to be trending in the right direction, so he should be able to avoid a trip to the injured list if he receives good news Sunday. The weather in Chicago over the weekend is expected to be poor, which may have factored into the team's decision. Trout could link up with his teammates in Texas on Monday if he's cleared the day before.

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      Angels' Mike Trout: Could miss weekend series

      Mike Trout (groin) is not expected to head to the injured list, but he may miss the entirety of the team's weekend series against the Cubs, Fabian Ardaya of The Athletic reports.Trout remained in California while the rest of the team started a series at Wrigley Field on Friday. He's being checked on by team doctors but will reportedly not require an MRI. The team is considering having him sit out over the weekend and then rejoin his teammates Monday in Texas.

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      Angels' Mike Trout: Remains out Friday

      Mike Trout (groin) remains out of the lineup Friday against the Cubs, Jeff Fletcher of The Orange County Register reports.Trout left Tuesday's game against the Brewers with a right groin strain. He sat out Wednesday but was hoping at the time to be back in the lineup Friday. Poor weather in Chicago could be part of the reason why he'll miss at least one more day. Peter Bourjos starts in center field in his absence.

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      Angels' Mike Trout: Aiming for Friday return

      Manager Brad Ausmus said he doesn't expect Mike Trout (groin) to play in Wednesday's series finale with the Brewers but noted the Los Angeles Angels haven't discussed a stint on the injured list for the star outfielder, J.P. Hoornstra of the Los Angeles Daily News reports.Trout suffered a right groin strain while running the bases in the second inning of Tuesday's 11-8 victory, resulting in him getting pulled in the top of the fourth in favor of Peter Bourjos. When meeting with reporters after the game, Trout downplayed the severity of the groin pull and said he wouldn't require an MRI, which supports Ausmus' view that the 27-year-old is considered day-to-day. After presumably sitting Wednesday and benefiting from a team off-day Thursday, Trout is hopeful to rejoin the lineup for Friday's series opener in Chicago versus the Cubs.

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      Angels' Mike Trout: Exits Tuesday's game

      Mike Trout was removed from Tuesday's game against the Brewers with a right groin strain.Trout was replaced in center field by Peter Bourjos at the start of the fourth inning, though the reason for his exit was not immediately clear. Trout was seen on the television broadcast stretching and smiling in the dugout around the time of his removal, so it's possible the move was precautionary. The two-time AL MVP is officially considered day-to-day, but it wouldn't be surprising to see him out of Wednesday's lineup with an off-day to follow Thursday.

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      Angels' Mike Trout: Home run streak continues

      Mike Trout went 1-for-2 with a two-run homer and three walks in Sunday's 7-2 victory over Texas.Trout is on a different planet right now, crushing five long balls during his current four-game homer streak. In that span, he's gone 6-for-11 with nine RBI and six walks compared to just two strikeouts. Sporting an OPS over 1.500, it's safe to say that the perennial MVP candidate is in midseason form already.