Trout suffers right calf strain while running bases vs. Indians
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Los Angeles Angels superstar Mike Trout left Monday's game against the Cleveland Indians after suffering a right calf strain while running the bases in the first inning, the team announced.

After walking in his first-inning plate appearance, Trout appeared to limp while running to third base on Jared Walsh's inning-ending pop-up. Cameras caught Trout grimacing as he entered the dugout and went straight to the clubhouse.

Manager Joe Maddon said postgame that Trout is still undergoing evaluation, and there's still no word on the severity of the strain or a timetable for his return, according to J.P. Hoornstra of Southern California News Group.

Trout, 29, entered Monday sporting a .333/.462/.624 slash line with eight homers, 17 extra-base hits, and 18 RBIs through his first 35 games. The three-time American League MVP leads the AL in on-base percentage, slugging, OPS, and OPS+.

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