It was reported last month that Los Angeles Angels superstar and three-time American League player Mike Trout will be fired for six to eight weeks due to a right calf strain that initially suffered on May 17th.
Trout recovery history will not be shortened.
In order ESPN, Joe Maddon, director of the Angels, told reporters ahead of Monday’s game against the New York Yankees that Trout is “on pace” and “on track” regarding his eventual return to the United States. line but added that the 29-year-old will be out through next month’s All-Star break.
After the All-Star festivities, Trout will fulfill a minor law enforcement assignment. He was transferred to the 60-day injury list on Monday, making him ineligible to play for the Angels before July 17, when they welcome the Seattle Mariners.
Trout hit .333 with eight home runs and 18 RBI and MLB points with a 1,090 OPS when he was down. Without him, the Angels started Monday night at 37-40 of the season and fourth in the American West League standings, 10.5 games behind first-place Houston Astros.