RT SportsCenter Breaking: Mike Trout will have foot surgery that will likely end his season, the Angels have announced. pic.twitter.com/dqnADFgsH7
– Ana Dolera (@ AnaDolera1) September 15, 2019
Mike Trout out of 2019 for surgery on his right foot
Trout last played last Saturday, September 7.
He had not been able to participate in any of the Angels games due to the great discomfort caused by his right foot, which was diagnosed as a Morton's neuroma.
Morton's neuroma is an inflammation in the foot, usually between the third and fourth toes.
The discomfort feels under the foot and it feels like constantly stepping on a small stone.
Applying weight when stepping, even worse running, it is very painful for an athlete to stay active and have a performance at 100%.
Statements by Billy Eppler, general manager of the Angels
«Mike Trout tested his foot in activities on the ground in activities today. The pain is still present with the tests, so to address this situation, the recommended action is surgery. Mike is scheduled to have surgery to remove Morton's neuroma on his right foot later this week. Additional information will be provided as appropriate. ”
Billy Eppler, general manager, Los Angeles Angels
Angels General Manager Billy Eppler released the following statement today regarding Angels OF Mike Trout. pic.twitter.com/7OjYg7XmmV
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