Mike Trout Stats
- Height / Weight
- 6' 2" / 235 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 8/7/1991 (32)
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Los Angeles Angels outfielder Mike Trout said that he's happy in Anaheim right now, but he also left open the possibility that he'd be open to a trade down the line. Trout also said he's been pushing ownership to make more additions heading into the 2024 regular season, but he's unsure if will actually happen. General manager Perry Minasian said this winter that the Angels have no interest in trading the 32-year-old future Hall of Famer. The Angels have wasted one of the best players of all time, as Trout has made only one postseason appearance in his 13 big-league seasons. The three-time American League MVP has been hurt by injuries in recent seasons. He played in just 82 games in 2023 and has become a big injury risk on the wrong side of 30. Still, when healthy, Trout has the ability to be a difference-maker in everything but stolen bases.
Los Angeles Angels outfielder Mike Trout will not be traded this offseason, according to general manager Perry Minasian. It's something that was likely never going to happen, but Minasian said it definitively on Tuesday at the winter meetings in Nashville, Tennessee. The Angels are expected to lose out on re-signing two-way superstar Shohei Ohtani this winter, which makes all the more reason to hang onto Trout, even if he's showing signs of age and coming off a hand/wrist injury that basically kept him sidelined for the entire second half of the 2023 season. The 32-year-old played in only 82 games for the Halos this past season and slashed .263/.367/.490 with an .858 OPS, 18 home runs, 44 RBI and 54 runs scored. With better health, the 32-year-old future Hall of Famer should be able to bounce back for fantasy managers.
Los Angeles Angels general manager Perry Minasian reiterated that outfielder Mike Trout will be playing with the team in 2024 after several large-market teams privately inquired about his availability in a trade. The Angels will likely lose two-way superstar Shohei Ohtani this offseason, but they plan on keeping Trout around. Now 32, Trout, an 11-time All-Star and three-time MVP, had a down year in 2023 and finished with a .263 batting average (81-for-308) with 18 home runs, 14 doubles, a triple, 44 RBI, two stolen bases and 54 runs scored in 82 games played. He suffered a fractured hamate bone on July 3 and ended up playing in just one game in the second half of the season before ultimately being shut down. Trout should be able to rebound with better health in 2024, but he's no longer in contention as the top overall pick in fantasy drafts.
Los Angeles Angels outfielder Mike Trout (wrist) continues to perform at a high level for fantasy managers whenever he takes the diamond. Unfortunately, the 32-year-old has only averaged 79 games a campaign over the past three seasons. Trout missed almost the entire second half of the 2023 season after a nagging wrist injury, which likely played a part in his down year at the plate. Trout fractured his wrist in July and only appeared in one game after the All-Star break. He slashed .263/.367/.490 with 18 HRs, 44 RBIs, and 54 runs scored, but his 95th percentile rank in both Barrel % and Hard-Hit % remained elite. Trout will undoubtedly be an impactful fantasy bat to start the year, even with a Shohei Ohtani-sized hole in the heart of the Angels' lineup. The question is, can Trout play over 130 games for the first time since 2019? With an average NFBC ADP of 69.5, that is a gamble more fantasy managers will be compelled to take. The future Cooperstown resident projects to be a high-end OF2 at a fair price, but it would be a wildly risky proposition to take him as your top outfield option. RotoBaller has the 11-time MLB All-Star ranked 60th overall, which is on par with his NFBC ADP. FGDC has Trout playing 146 games, projecting him with a .259/.354/.512 slash line and a 134 wRC+. Trout is elite when healthy but is on the wrong side of 30, making him a massive risk/reward pick at his current ADP.