• null null null Baseball Angels outfielder Mike Trout grew up in New Jersey, not too far from Philadelphia, so when he says the playing conditions in Kansas City were "tough" Saturday night, they were tough.Trout, the Angels and the Royals played through rain and, later, snow showers at Kauffman S夜网论坛tadium, with the Halos prevailing 5-3. Trout homered through the precip in the fifth inning. WRAP: Cubs stun Braves in cold, rainy Chicago  A rainstorm and massive winds? @MikeTrout will still take you deep. pic.twitter.com/kPggk6VkUS— (@) April 15, 2018“I love snow, but it was tough,” Trout told reporters, per the Orange County Register. (Side note: Trout is intensely interested in meteorology when he isn't being good at baseball.) Trout said he couldn't see the ball in his last at-bat in the ninth inning (he struck out).He also hinted that even people from Jersey have limits when it comes to weather. “It brings me back to my high school days,” Trout said, per the Register. “We’d have been snowed out, though. We wouldn’t have played.”Trout and his mates have to be looking forward to their trip home after Sunday's game. Weather.com predicts temperatur[......]

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