The Angels have mapped out a comeback plan for Josh Hamilton that could have the troubled outfielder back on the field by early June, the Los Angeles Times reports.
Hamilton would report to extended spring training for two-to-three weeks of work before going out on a minor-league rehab assignment. He’s expected to report to Arizona for extended spring training “sooner rather than later,” per the report, but the team has yet to make any announcement of a resolution with Hamilton.
Though the tentative plan is in place, it doesn’t guarantee that Hamilton will play for the Angels again, but it does give the team time to evaluate the outfielder before a decision needs to be made. The Angels owe Hamilton $83 million through 2017.
“He’s part of the team,” reigning MVP Mike Trout said. “I’m sure, when he’s fully healthy, we’ll see him back.”
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