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Over the past several seasons, Los Angeles Angels superstar Mike Trout has emerged as one of the best and most dominant players in the history of the sport when he’s healthy. But unfortunately, injuries have greatly derailed his career, and he’s dealing with yet another significant injury this season.

On Tuesday evening, Los Angeles Angels general manager Perry Minasian announced that Mike Trout had torn his meniscus and would need surgery, which has already been scheduled.

“The procedure, which is believed to be scheduled for Friday, isn’t considered to be season ending. A source familiar with Trout’s injury said a four- to six-week timetable is a best-case scenario, but a true timeline won’t be established until doctors take a closer look,” Alden Gonzalez and Jeff Passan wrote for ESPN.

This continues a pretty horrible pattern for Trout.

The three-time MVP has not been able to remain healthy for longer than 140 games in a season since 2016. Last year, Trout missed nearly half the season after fracturing a bone in his hand in early July. He returned for just one game in August before spending the remainder of the season on the injured list.

We’ll have to see how he recovers from this injury.