Injuries & Roster Moves: Trout update

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Keep track of the Angels' recent transactions and injury updates throughout the season.

ROSTER MOVES

June 13: INF claimed, optioned to Triple-A
Mayfield began the 2021 season with the Angels, but he was designated for assignment on April 24 and claimed by the Mariners. After Seattle DFA'd him on June 10, the Angels claimed him to add to their infield depth.

June 12: RHP traded to Brewers
Strickland, who had been designated for assignment earlier in the week, was dealt in exchange for cash considerations. The right-hander had a 9.95 ERA in nine appearances for the Halos, who acquired him from the Rays in a trade on May 15. He had been more successful with Tampa Bay, recording a 1.69 ERA in 13 games earlier this season.

INJURY UPDATES

Day to day

3B (triceps)
Expected return: TBD
Rendon injured himself while trying to make a diving stop on a double from Chad Pinder in the fifth inning on Monday. He left the game in the sixth and was still being evaluated after the game, so it's unclear the extent of his injury. (Last updated: June 14)

10-day IL

CF (right calf strain)
Expected return:
July
Trout underwent an examination that determined he's expected to be out at least another month. It puts his All-Star Game status in jeopardy, as manager Joe Maddon called it a "stretch" that he would be healthy in time to play. It appears a more realistic return date is after the All-Star break. (Last updated: June 14)

LHP (left shoulder inflammation)
Expected return:
Likely June
Quintana threw his second bullpen session without any issues on Monday and will begin a rehab assignment soon. Quintana was placed on the IL on May 31 and underwent an MRI shortly after that, which revealed left shoulder inflammation. (Last updated: June 14)

Out for the season

INF (Tommy John surgery)
Expected return:
2022
The Angels announced on May 11 that Barreto would undergo season-ending Tommy John surgery after sustaining the injury during Spring Training. He’s expected to be out 10-12 months, so there’s a chance he could be ready for the start of the '22 season. He's under team control through the '24 season. (Last updated: May 25)

OF (torn left ACL)
Expected return:
2022
Fowler sustained a knee injury while sliding on April 9 and he was diagnosed two days later with a torn ACL that required season-ending surgery. He's expected to be out six-to-nine months, which means he should be ready for the start of next season -- though he'll be a free agent this offseason. (Last updated: May 25)

RHP (right hip surgery)
Expected return:
2022
The Angels announced on April 8 that Bard would undergo season-ending right hip surgery after sustaining the injury during Spring Training. Bard was given a timetable of six to eight months, which means he should be ready for the start of the '22 season. (Last updated: May 25)