Los Angeles Angels three-time MVP Mike Trout is reportedly 100% healthy and expected to be a full participant in spring training.
The news comes from Trout’s agent, Craig Landis, since the Angels are unable to monitor his offseason training and rehab due to the ongoing lockout.
Team general manager Perry Minasian said back in December that Trout hadn’t experienced any issues with his calf, so he should be ready for spring training without any setbacks.
A couple days ago, Trout broke his silence and spoke on MLB commissioner Rob Manfred and the ongoing lockout:
Trout played in just 36 games last season before suffering a Grade 2 calf strain in May of 2021.
The 30-year-old out of New Jersey is the highest-paid player in baseball with a $426,500,000 contract with the Angels.
The 12-year deal comes with an average annual salary of $35,541,667 and is signed through the 2030 season.
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