Just when they needed it most, the Angels of Los Angeles have received great news related to the recovery of their star player, Mike Trout, according to ESPN.
For the moment, Trout had only been able to play as the designated hitter in recent days due to a sprained finger in his throwing hand, however, this Tuesday he was already able to make some throws.
Trout spoke with reporters about the possibility that soon we will see him in the gardens again in the coming days:
Hopefully, I'll play in a few days. It's tough. Obviously I want to get out there, just the mindset of staying locked in. It's been different, but I'm trying my hardest to get back in the outfield.
#Angels Report: It's no coincidence Mike Trout has struggled to produce at DH while he recovers from finger injury. It's a role he is unfamiliar with and uncomfortable in; Kole Calhoun makes first out of inning at 3B. Or did he? Skaggs, Richards updates. https://t.co/H0185pfal6— Mike DiGiovanna (@MikeDiGiovanna) June 25, 2018
The Angels are currently playing a series against the Red Sox at Fenway Park, which remains the only American League stadium in which Trout has never been able to hit a home run.