One of the sad realities of baseball in recent years is that Mike Trout has only experienced the postseason one time in his career.
That was back in 2014, and in that postseason, the Los Angeles Angels were swept in the ALDS by the eventual American League champion Kansas City Royals.
This October, it’s more of the same for Trout.
But it’s not like he’s twiddling his thumbs in boredom.
Outside of being a three-time AL MVP, Trout is a huge fan of the Philadelphia Eagles, having grown up in the Philadelphia area.
The Eagles are undefeated and won again last night, improving to 6-0, and Trout just so happened to be in attendance to watch his Eagles take it to the Dallas Cowboys.
Mike Trout was in attendance watching his undefeated Philadelphia Eagles last night pic.twitter.com/cuGsVoGRJ4
— Talkin’ Baseball (@TalkinBaseball_) October 17, 2022
Trout Takes In Eagles Vs. Cowboys
While it’s a shame we haven’t seen much of Trout in the month of October when concerning baseball, it’s still nice to see him attend some Eagles games.
Outside of being an All-Star and MVP candidate every single season, he really enjoys watching his Eagles play.
If the Angels’ season is over, then Trout simply goes back home to Philadelphia to take in some Eagles games.
And he’s gotten lucky so far, as the Eagles are still undefeated after their win over the Cowboys on Sunday night.
But one of these days, the baseball world needs to see him and Shohei Ohtani playing together in October.
Trout is too good to not be playing in October and it would be a major disappointment for fans if they never have an opportunity to see him play in the postseason again.
At least for now, he’s got some Eagles games he can go to.