Angels star Mike Trout, who was ruled out for the season on Sunday due to ongoing problems with the hamate that he ruptured and underwent surgery in July, said before Monday’s game against the Texas Rangers that he expects to have “an Angels Wearing a uniform.” the spring.”
Trout, who has missed significant time due to injury for the third straight season, said nothing has changed in his commitment to the Angels.
“I go through this every year. I’m having private conversations with Arte and John,” Trout said, referring to Angels owner Arte Moreno and President John Carpino. “And as I said, I’m doing the same thing I’ve been doing for the last 13 years? I’m going into the offseason clearing my head and getting ready for the spring and wearing an Angels uniform in the spring.”
Trout, who signed a 12-year, $426.5 million contract before the 2019 season, added: “There are seven years left on the contract. I know there is a lot of speculation out there. … Nothing has changed.”
When asked if he would request a trade, Trout said, “You heard what I said.”
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