Did the LA Angels decide to break up with star Mike Trout (32).
Citing a USA Today report, the U.S. sports channel ESPN said on the 11th (Korea Standard Time) that the Angels are willing to trade Trout if he requests it. Earlier this month, Trout reportedly plans to discuss his career path with the team’s management. “I haven’t thought about it (trade) yet, but I’m definitely going to have some conversations in the winter,” Trout replied vaguely in an interview with local media Orange County Register.바카라
Trout is a superstar who represents the U.S. Major League Baseball (MLB). He made his big league debut in 2011 and won only the American League (AL) MVP three times (2014, 2016, and 2019). He boasts more spectacular personal careers than anyone else, including 11 All-Star and 9 Silver Sluggers.
The problem is not the same as the team’s performance. The Angels will only advance to the postseason (PS) once in 2014 after Trout debuted. Even this was eliminated from the ALDS and packed early. This season, he has to move away from autumn baseball and look at next season. To make matters worse, Trout has only played one game since July 3 due to a wrist fracture. As the pitching and hitting power plummeted, the team’s performance is also deteriorating.
For the Angels, the team’s flagship “two-way star” Shohei Otani will be released as a free agent (FA) after the season. If Otani leaves, the team’s direction may have to be reset. If that happens, there is a high possibility that Trout’s future will be marked with a question mark. Trout’s record in the big leagues (13 years) is 0.301-368 home runs and 940 RBIs.
The recruitment is a plus factor for his strength, but the key is his astronomical ransom. ESPN said, “Trout still has more than seven years and 248 million dollars (330.1 billion won) left on his 12-year, $430 million (572.4 billion won) contract signed in 2019.” Trout even has a trade veto given to players who have played for at least 10 years and 5 years on a team.