I couldn’t advance to PO for 6 consecutive years … The fighting spirit of the strongest active trout “The goal is still the same” | Full-Count

Outfielder Mike Trout of the Angels joined the spring training in Tempe, Arizona on the 22nd (23rd Japan time). “Our goal is to play off and advance to the World Series. Our goal is still the same,” he said in a statement to the press.

Angels Mike Trout[Photo: AP]

The strongest active player also advanced to PO only in 2014, 30 years old in August this year “I am still young”

Outfielder Mike Trout of the Angels joined the spring training in Tempe, Arizona on the 22nd (23rd Japan time). “Our goal is to play off and advance to the World Series. Our goal is still the same,” he said in a statement to the press.

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Although Trout has been called three times as an MVP and the strongest active player, 2014 was the first and last time he advanced to the playoffs. He will be 30 years old in August this year, but he dismisses it as “I’m certainly old, but I’m still young.” “Of course I’m to the playoffs in seven years and aims to playoffs. If such ideas do not have to, but it should not have here. So I play every year, it has put it in the head. ( I hear that story every year (that I miss the playoffs). The only way to change is to go into the playoffs. “

He played 53 games last season with a batting average of .281, 17 home runs and 46 RBIs. The team was appointed by the new Minassian GM, who prepared the pitchers for this off. “I had a good relationship with Billy (former GM Eppler). I trusted his decision, but both Art (Moreno owner) and John (President of the Carpino team) are in the direction (with the appointment of Minassian GM). I wanted to change. Sometimes I need it. I want to get into the playoffs every year. I have to work on myself and just do the best for the team. “

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