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Mike "The Weatherman" Trout


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Yeah, I don't see the enjoyment or humor in this at all.

Reddit in the past few weeks has been on a anti-Trout tear. People just crapping all over him, trying to pass it off as jokes so they don't look like assholes.

It's times like these that I am glad to have AngelsWin.

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Reddit in the past few weeks has been on a anti-Trout tear. People just crapping all over him, trying to pass it off as jokes so they don't look like assholes.

It's times like these that I am glad to have AngelsWin.

 

No sh*t. Where? I haven't seen that, yet.

 

All those people can go f*** themselves!

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http://sports.yahoo.com/news/mike-trout-s-off-field-obsession-proves-he-s-a-man-for-all-seasons-001210125.html

 

 

 

Mike Trout is a weather geek. And if he weren’t patrolling center field for the Los Angeles Angels nightly, the 24-year-old figures he would be holed away in some corner of the northeast where snow falls during the winter delivering the daily weather report on local TV.

 

“I would love to try it,” Trout said.

 

Instead, Trout consumes weather information with a voraciousness that’s apparent to his Angels teammates. On his phone, he said, is a folder of apps called “Weather.” Trout scrolls through different models (Global Forecast System, European Center for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts, North American Ensemble Forecast System) and others that specify short-, medium- and long-range forecasting. If ever there’s a question about whether the Angels are going to play a particular game with gloomy skies above, they know whom to ask.

 

They’ve discussed helping Trout fulfill part of his childhood dream this offseason. He spends every winter in his house on the outskirts of Millville, the south Jersey town in which he grew up. And should a big storm hit the area this offseason, the Weather Channel wants to offer Trout a correspondent’s gig.

 

“We’re planning on me doing a story when there’s a big storm in Jersey,” he said. “I’m gonna be on the Weather Channel. Hopefully, we get a big snowstorm.” And if not, perhaps he can do it like Cantore and follow the bad weather where it goes. “A sick vacation for me,” Trout said, “would be to go to upstate New York when a big snowstorm hits.”

 

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