GREG BEACHAM AP Sports Writer ANAHEIM (AP) — With his first child due to arrive shortly, Mike Trout thought hard about skipping this shortened major league season. The Los Angeles Angels' three-time AL MVP also isn't sure he'll still be in uniform in October if the Angels capitalize on the expanded opportunity by landing a playoff berth. Not much is certain about this unique baseball summer, but Trout is betting he'll be glad he took time out from impending fatherhood to chase a playoff berth with the revitalized Angels and new manager Joe Maddon. "I love playing this game," Trout said when asked why he decided to suit up despite serious misgivings about baseball's attempt to play through the coronavirus pandemic. "We want to play, and it's going to come down to how safe we're goi
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