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Angels’ Mike Trout could be headed for first-ever trip to disabled list

Morning news and notes for Monday, May 29, 2017.

MLB: Los Angeles Angels at Miami Marlins Steve Mitchell-USA TODAY Sports

For the Cleveland Indians, the weekend ended on a high note. The offense finally kicked into gear, Josh Tomlin pitched like a man on fire throwing fire, and I can’t think of a third thing but this felt like a list that needed three things so I’m filling time until I start the next paragraph.

For the Los Angeles Angels, and for baseball in general, the weekend ended poorly when Mike Trout sprained his thumb on a hard slide into second base. His bonkers start to the season finally has people talking about him as much as they should, and then he goes and gets injured. Luckily, initial tests did not reveal a break or tear, just a sprain, but it could still result in Trout’s first disabled list trip of his storied career.

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Jerry Lawler joins in on hotdog race | Twitter

Gonna be honest here, even after Googling I’m not completely sure who Jerry Lawler is, but he has something to do with wrestling and there seems to be inexplicable crossover between wrestling and baseball fans, so here go.

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