Philadelphia Eagles superfan Mike Trout just wanted to enjoy a sporting event on a Sunday night in October. Unfortunately for the MLB superstar, however, sports fans might have hindered that experience.

Trout, a three-time American League MVP and Los Angeles Angels outfielder, was torched on social media as his beloved Eagles defeated the Miami Dolphins 31-17 at Lincoln Financial Field.

Many pointed at the fact Trout was yet again attending a football game in October, rather than leading his baseball team in the MLB postseason.

Injuries limited the 32-year-old Trout to 82 games this season. LA went 73-89 during the campaign and finished 17 games back of the division champion Houston Astros.

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The Angels have not made the playoffs since 2014, Trout’s fourth year in the league. LA was swept by the Kansas City Royals that postseason, meaning Trout has played a mere three postseason games in his career.

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