Mike Trout goes on injured list for inflammation in right wrist

Mike Trout goes on injured list for inflammation in right wrist

ANAHEIM, Calif. – Mike Trout landed on the disabled list with an inflammation in his right wrist, something the Los Angeles Angels hoped to avoid. The move announced on Friday is retroactive to Monday, when Trout received a cortisone injection in his doll. The two-time MVP of the American League has missed seven consecutive games, the second longest injury-free injury of his career in the majors. If you want to receive the best information from the sports world, download the App now.
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Trout has not played since August 1, when he injured his wrist by sliding feet first in third base, in Tampa Bay against the Rays.The star was out 39 games last season after breaking a ligament in his Left thumb in a head sweep. Manager Mike Scioscia initially did not believe that Trout would need to go to the disabled list.
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