Trout ‘fractures wrist’, ends up having surgery…6-8 weeks rehabilitation

Los Angeles Angels’ Mike Trout, 32, will undergo surgery after being diagnosed with a fractured metacarpal bone.

Trout felt pain in his left wrist while batting during the Angels’ 2023 Major League Baseball (MLB) game against the San Diego Padres at Petco Park in San Diego, California, on April 4. Unable to continue batting, Trout returned to the bench.

A medical examination the previous day revealed a fractured left metacarpal, and Trout was placed on the 15-day disabled list.토토사이트

Trout and the Angels turned to surgery. On June 6, reported, “Trout underwent surgery to repair a fractured left wrist metacarpal, one day after being placed on the disabled list. The surgery was successful.” estimated Trout’s rehabilitation to be a minimum of six weeks and a maximum of eight weeks. Angels manager Phil Nevin told that the surgery was necessary to recover from the injury, and that Trout is feeling good that it went well.

“I’m happy that Trout had the surgery quickly. “I’m happy that he had the surgery quickly, and I’m sure he’ll be back with the team as soon as possible.

Trout’s hot streak has been interrupted by injury. In his last 15 games, Trout has been on fire, batting .333 with four home runs, seven RBIs, nine walks and a 1.086 OPS.

The Angels are already feeling Trout’s absence as a key part of their offense. The Angels have been shut out in all three of their games since Trout left the game against San Diego on April 4. Without Trout, the Angels offense totaled just 11 runs in those three games.