Trout (calf) isn't in the starting lineup for Tuesday's game against the Astros.
It appears Trout will get another night off to rest his calf, though he may be available off the bench. Per Jeff Fletcher of The Orange County Register, the 27-year-old said he feels better and that they are "just being cautious." Brian Goodwin draws the start in center field and is set to bat seventh in Trout's stead.
Manager Brad Ausmus said Monday after the Angels' 9-6 win over the Astros that Trout (calf) could rejoin the lineup or be available off the bench for Tuesday's game, Fabian Ardaya of The Athletic reports.
After injuring his right calf in Sunday's 6-3 win, Trout was sent in for an MRI, which confirmed he was dealing with a relatively minor strain. Though Trout was withheld from the lineup for the series opener versus Houston, he noted that he felt much better after receiving treatment to address the calf issue, according to Rhett Bollinger of MLB.com. Trout will likely test out his calf during baserunning and outfield drills early Tuesday before the Angels decide on his status for the second game of the series.
An MRI on Monday revealed that Trout is dealing with a strained right calf.
This is positive news for the Angels, as Trout will be considered day-to-day moving forward after further testing ruled out a serious injury. At this point, it looks as though he'll avoid a trip to the injured list, though he may remain on the bench for the next few days as a precaution.
Trout (calf) isn't starting Monday's game against the Astros.
The Angels have yet to reveal the results of Trout's MRI, but he'll be held out of Monday's starting lineup after exiting Sunday's matchup with tightness in his right calf. Michael Hermosillo, who was called up from Triple-A Salt Lake earlier in the day, will draw the start in center field and bat ninth in Trout's place.
Trout will undergo an MRI on his right calf Monday, J.P. Hoornstra of the Los Angeles Daily News reports.
Trout exited Sunday's matchup against Seattle due to right calf tightness, and even though the Angels don't believe the injury to be serious, they'll exercise caution by sending their star center fielder for further testing.
The injury that forced Trout from Sunday's game was right calf tightness, Rhett Bollinger of MLB.com reports. He is day-to-day.
We hesitate to speculate how serious this is until we hear the Angels discuss the injury. There wasn't a conspicuous play where it was obvious that Trout was injured, but calf injuries to other players have been longer lasting than initially diagnosed.
Trout left Sunday's game against the Mariners in the third inning due to right calf tightness.
The Angels' telecast didn't yet know why Trout was pulled from the game an inning after the fact, though it was later revealed that his right calf was the issue. Andrelton Simmons replaced Trout in the game, with Kole Calhoun moving from right field to center field, and David Fletcher moving from shortstop to the outfield. Trout will be considered day-to-day moving forward.
Trout went 1-for-4 with a two-run homer in Saturday's 9-2 win over the Mariners.
Trout has homered eight times over eight games in July, giving the All-Star center fielder 30 long balls on the year -- a mark he's reached in six of his last eight seasons. Trout is hitting .387 in July, raising his average to .306 for the year. He's added 75 RBI, 74 runs scored and eight stolen bases for a well-rounded stat line.
Trout went 3-for-4 with a home run, six RBI, two runs scored, two doubles and a walk in Friday's 13-0 rout of the Mariners.
Trout tallied four RBI in the first inning by smacking a 454-foot, two-run homer and a two-run double off Mike Leake. He earned his next RBI after getting hit by a pitch in the second, then swatted an RBI double in the fifth to give the Angels a 10-0 lead. The 27-year-old now has seven homers in July and becomes the first Angel with two extra-base hits in the first inning since 1994 (Jim Edmonds). Overall this season, Trout is slashing .307/.458/.663 with 29 home runs, 20 doubles, 73 RBI and 73 runs scored.
Trout went 2-for-5 with two homers and four RBI in Sunday's 11-10 loss to Houston.
Trout has already knocked six homers with 10 RBI in just six contests in July. He's clobbered 28 long balls with a terrific 1.098 OPS and 67 RBI this season. Trout is having yet another MVP-worthy campaign.
Trout went 1-for-3 with a walk and a solo home run in Friday's 5-4 win over the Astros.
His eighth-inning blast proved to be the game-winner, giving the Angels a 5-2 lead that just held up after the Astros rallied in the bottom of the frame. Trout leads the American League with 26 homers to go with his typically outstanding .299/.454/.633 slash line through 85 games.
Trout went 2-for-4 with a home run, a walk and another run scored in Thursday's loss to the Rangers.
Trout wasted no time getting the Angels on the board with a 454-foot solo home run off Lance Lynn in the first inning. He also singled and scored in the second to cap off yet another strong night at the plate. Trout's homer was his third in the last two games, and his ninth of the year against the Rangers, matching an Angels record for the most homers against an opponent in the same season. The 27-year-old is now slashing .299/.454/.625 with 25 home runs, 68 runs scored and 62 RBI.
Trout went 2-for-5 with two home runs and four RBI in Tuesday's 6-2 win over the Rangers.
The homers were his first since June 19, and Trout slashed a (by his standards) disappointing .268/.388/.293 in the 11 games between power displays. On the season, he's now hitting .296 with 24 homers and 61 RBI in 83 games as he marches toward his second 40-homer season and third 100-RBI campaign of his career.
Trout fouled a ball off his right kneecap in Friday's 5-1 win over the Cardinals but remained in the game and said afterward that he expects to start Saturday, Jeff Fletcher of The Orange County Register reports.
Trout reached base in three of his four plate appearances and notched his third multi-hit performance in a row after singling his first two times up. The superstar noted that his knee actually improved as the game went on, so there doesn't seem to be much concern about his status for Saturday.
Trout went 3-for-6 with two home runs and seven RBI Wednesday against the Blue Jays.
Trout recorded his 21st and 22nd homers of the season Wednesday, with his second long ball of the contest a grand slam. He's feasted on Blue Jays pitching, driving in 10 runners through three games of a four-game series. He has an outstanding .299/.462/.651 line across 318 plate appearances for the season.
Trout went 4-for-5 with a double, a home run, two runs scored and three RBI in Monday's 10-5 win over the Blue Jays.
The perennial MVP candidate is already at 20 homers this season, thanks to a June surge that has seen Trout slash .333/.472/.789 through 16 games with seven home runs, 15 RBI and 18 runs. With Justin Upton now back in the lineup for support as well, Trout's run-producing opportunities should only increase.
Trout went 2-for-4 with a two-run home run, a walk and two runs scored Sunday against the Rays.
Trout launched his 19th home run of the season in the ninth inning to cut the deficit to one, but the Angels would drop the series finale 6-5. The 27-year slugger has smacked four home runs and registered seven RBI over his last 10 games, though his batting average has dropped eight points over that stretch.
Trout went 1-for-4 with a two-run home run Monday in the Angels' 5-3 win over the Dodgers.
Trout lined out and struck out twice against All-Star candidate Hyun-Jin Ryu, but he finally found success when the Dodgers turned the game over to their bullpen. With two out and a runner on first base, Trout took Dylan Floro deep for his 18th home run of the season, knotting the game at 3-3. Improbably, Trout may be in the midst of the top season of a transcendent career. His 1.099 OPS marginally outpaces his career-high mark from 2018 (1.088), and his 1.27 BB/K dwarfs his previous best from 2017 (1.04).
Trout went 2-for-3 with a solo home run, two runs scored and a triple in Saturday's 12-3 win over the Mariners.
Trout's blast came in the fourth inning, sandwiched by solo shots from Tommy La Stella and Shohei Ohtani as the Angels grabbed control of the game. The triple was Trout's first of the season. The center fielder is hitting .299/.469/.632 through 61 games this season, adding 49 runs and 42 RBI.
Trout went 1-for-4 with a two-run home run and a walk in Thursday's 7-4 loss to the Athletics.
Trout went yard for the second straight game with his third career homer against Mike Fiers, a two-run shot in the fifth inning. Unfortunately for Trout & Co., Oakland stayed in front. The 27-year-old now has 16 home runs, 46 runs scored and 41 RBI while slashing a hearty .293/.462/.606.
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