Angels outfielder Mike Trout left Sunday afternoon's game against the Astros with tightness in his right hamstring the team announced. They didn't say anything regarding the severity of the injury or whether he would go for tests but obviously they will play it safe with their franchise player. Trout 22 exited the game after flying out to center field in the fifth inning. He went 2-for-3 with a double before leaving so he could have hurt himself running the bases or playing the outfield. Trout has never been on the DL in his career Major Leagues or minors.
Mike Trout exits Sunday's game with hamstring tightness
CBS Sports | Aug 18