Sport Mike Trout leaves his bobblehead for Eagles players in lockers at Angel Stadium

22:41  07 december  2017
22:41  07 december  2017 Source:   msn.com

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The Philadelphia Eagles are practicing at Angel Stadium this week ahead of Week 14 road showdown with Los Angeles Rams. And Los Angeles Angels superstar Mike Trout welcomed Eagles players to his ballpark by leaving his bobblehead and a welcome note in their lockers .

When the Eagles arrived to their lockers at Angel Stadium , there was a present waiting for them. By Dave Zangaro. Every Eagles player gets to take home a Mike Trout bobblehead .

Mike Trout looking at the camera © Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports The Philadelphia Eagles are practicing at Angel Stadium this week ahead of Week 14 road showdown with Los Angeles Rams. And Los Angeles Angels superstar Mike Trout welcomed Eagles players to his ballpark by leaving bobbleheads and a welcome note in their lockers.

The Eagles elected to remain on the West Coast following last week’s setback against the Seahawks at CenturyLink Field instead of flying back to Philly and being forced to travel cross-country multiple times in a week. And the Angels have been most accommodating.

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David Maialetti/Staff Photographer. Philadelphia Eagles linebacker Nigel Bradham ( left ) has been using the locker room usually occupied by Angels fan, isn’t in California this week, but each Eagles player had a Mike Trout bobblehead in his locker stall, along with a note of welcome to Angel Stadium .

Eagles linebacker Nigel Bradham holds the Mike Trout bobblehead all the players received this week. Bradham used Trout ’s locker at Angels Stadium when the team practiced in Los Angeles . However, the bobblehead broke on his way back to Philadelphia.

Concerning Trout’s thoughtful and welcoming gesture, it’s hardly a surprise. The superstar slugger is a New Jersey native and die-hard Eagles fan who frequently tweets “Fly Eagles Fly” during the team’s games.

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