Mike Trout attended another Eagles game and got a game ball as a reward
Thus far, Mike Trout has spent multiple offseason Sundays taking in the performances of his hometown Philadelphia Eagles. When he's in attendance, the Eagles have a tendency to pay tribute to the two-time American League MVP Award winner. Earlier this season, he celebrated a touchdown with a mini simulated baseball game.
After tight end Zach Ertz caught a touchdown pass against the 49ers on Sunday, he quickly found Trout and awarded him his door prize:
He was -- justifiably -- pumped up to take home a souvenir to add to his trophy case alongside the multiple MVP and Silver Slugger Awards.
Later in the game, Ertz helped Alshon Jeffrey celebrate his touchdown with a touch of baseball. His pitch was a little off target:
Jeffrey wasn't thrilled with Ertz's pitch location. But, as they say, a touchdown heals all wounds.