Angels prospects help lift U.S. squad
ANAHEIM, Calif. -- Mike Trout stole a glance up at the scoreboard and gazed around the stands, taking in the scene at the very ballpark where he soon hopes to play. As a regular major leaguer, that is.
At 18, Trout was the youngest player in the All-Star Futures Game -- and he certainly made an impact in the United States getting back into the win column.
Fellow Los Angeles Angels up-and-comer Hank Conger hit a three-run homer to earn MVP honors, Trout doubled and singled and the U.S. ...
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JULY 12, 2010: FUTURES GAME
The U.S. team, led by a three-run home run from MVP Hank Conger, thumped the World team 9-1 to end a three-game skid in the Futures Game. Recap