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Dylan Hernandez: Mike Trout's injury scare is a reminder that Angels' roster isn't deep

OAKLAND, Calif. - The play was classic Mike Trout, taking an extra base while an outfielder fumbled his single to center field.

Except that when Trout popped up from his slide, he called for time, limped off the bag and ...

Gulp.

His left calf was cramped.

"That's what scared me," he said.

The discomfort vanished and Trout remained in the game, but the alarming eighth-inning episode was an uncomfortable reminder of how dependent the Angels

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