Angels Trout fractured wrist bone… Returning All-Star Game tickets for 3 consecutive years

 Los Angeles Angels slugger Mike Trout (31) went down with another injury.

Trout, who struggled with a calf injury in 2021 and a back injury last year, lost his power due to a recent fracture of his left wrist bone, the yoke bone.토토사이트 reported on the 5th (Korean time) that “Trout is expected to spend 4 to 8 weeks recovering.”

Trout was replaced after complaining of pain in his left hand after fouling in the 8th inning of an away game against the San Diego Padres of the 2023 Major League Baseball (MLB) held at Petco Park in San Diego, California on the 4th.

Afterwards, he underwent a thorough examination and was diagnosed with a broken wrist bone. It has not been decided whether he will undergo surgery.

Trout said in an interview with that day, “I sought advice from people who have suffered similar injuries.”

Trout, who debuted in 2011, is a slugger representing MLB. He has grown into a leading hitter in the league with explosive long hitting power and sophisticated hitting skills.

In March 2019, he signed a 12-year, 426.5 million dollar (approximately 553.4 billion won) super contract with the Angels, opening the era of 400 million dollars for the first time in the history of ball games.

However, Trout has been struggling with frequent injuries lately.

In 2021, he only played 36 games due to a calf injury, and suffered from a back injury last year as well.

Trout is experiencing bad news ahead of the All-Star Game. He was forced to return his All-Star Game ticket for the third year in a row with this injury.

Trout has been selected as an All-Star a total of 11 times so far this year, but has missed four of them due to injury.

This year’s MLB All-Star Game will be held at T-Mobile Park in Seattle, Washington, USA at 9 am on the 12th.

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