Mike Trout of the Los Angeles Angels claims that the fantasy football debate began with “confusion” about ESPN.

Mike Trout of the Los Angeles Angels claims that the fantasy football debate began with "confusion" about ESPN.

Mike Trout of the Los Angeles Angels discussed the fantasy football “confusion” during ESPN’s broadcast of his team’s game against the New York Mets on Sunday night. Outfielder Tommy Pham of the Cincinnati Reds and outfielder Joc Pederson of the San Francisco Giants were involved in a dispute, and Trout was caught in the midst. Last month, the two players got into a pregame brawl that culminated with Pham slapping Pederson in the face. Trout was the commissioner of their fantasy football league, and the altercation was later discovered to be about a fantasy football issue. On Sunday, he was asked if they were in an ESPN league. That’s what I believe we did, “Trout remarked. “That’s what I believe we did. That, I believe, is why there was some ambiguity. Because of this

I’ll tell ya right now, probably gettin’ another commissioner,” Trout said. Pederson said last month the slap from Pham was over fantasy football.”He kinda came up and said, ‘You remember from last year?’ And I was like, ‘fantasy football?’ and he was like, ‘Yeah.’”

Trout appeared to save himself from going off on the ESPN fantasy game during the broadcast.The Angels star said Houston Astros third baseman Alex Bregman won his fantasy football league. He said there were 12 people in the league.

He added: “We were in a fantasy league together. I put somebody – a player – on the injured reserve when they were listed as out and added another player. And then there was a text message in the group saying that I was cheating because I was stashing players on the bench.”

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