ANAHEIM, Calif. – Mike Trout is beginning a new season with the same old question. How long will the Los Angeles Angels' three-time AL MVP have to wait for his first playoff victory? “It's definitely weighed on me,” Trout said Monday before the Angels' first full workout of spring training in Tempe, Arizona. “I hear it every year.
The only way to change that is to get to the playoffs, no matter how that is.” Trout has been waiting for his answer to that query for nearly a full decade since his major league debut in July 2011.
After the Angels' latest failure last fall, Trout knows he won't win a postseason game before he turns 30 this summer. The big-budget Angels are tied with Detroit for the third-longest playoff drought in the majors atRead more on clickorlando.com