Mike Trout underwent surgery for a broken left wrist; a return date is undetermined

All-Star center fielder Mike Trout of the Los Angeles Angels underwent surgery on his fractured left wrist two days after being injured fouling off a pitch. Manager Phil Nevin confirmed that Trout feels great after the surgery. Two-way All-Star Shohei Ohtani was in the lineup as the designated hitter after coming out of the game due to a blister on his middle finger. He is not planning to pitch in the All-Star Game next week in Seattle and is uncertain whether he will DH for the American League. There is no specific timetable for Trout's return, but recovery is generally several weeks. Trout was happy to get the surgery done right away to get back to the team as quickly as possible.


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