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Trout recovering from injury list

7:08 PM UTC

Angels superstar Mike Trout was activated from the injured list ahead of Friday’s series opener against the Tigers. To make room, outfielder Steven Daga was drafted into Triple-A Salt Lake City after Wednesday’s game.

Trout out since July 12 with upper back/left rib injury , who faced live pitching on Monday after batting practice on the field over the weekend. He had a scheduled rest day on Tuesday and said he would be activated if all went well with his workout on Wednesday.

Three-time American League MVP and 10-time All-Star Trout admitted, Another injury this season is difficult to deal with. He suffered a season-ending calf strain in mid-May last season, but he’s relieved that his back injury won’t end his season this year. Trout’s official diagnosis was T5 costal vertebra dysfunction in his spine, but he said he felt 100% after treatment.

“I’m excited,” Trout said Wednesday. I’m satisfied with the progress. I was able to find time to get things done, and now I’ve started playing for about a month and a week, and I’m looking forward to it.”

Chief athletic trainer Mike Frostad said on July 27 that this could be an injury that Trout will have to monitor throughout his career ill, but Trout received better news after a meeting with renowned spine specialist Dr. Robert Watkins a few days later. This injury is rare in baseball players, but more common in swimmers, and heals completely with rest and treatment. Trout said that is something he will continue to focus on this season.

“Please keep the same routine I’ve been doing,” Trout Say. “I have a good routine where I warm up with spinning stuff and a core routine. I just have to stay on it.”

Trout, 31, hits .270/.368/.599 with 24 homers and 51 hits in 79 games July 18 The game prior to being on the injured list. He played a week with an injury and was eventually listed in Illinois.



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