Per Jeff Fletcher of the Orange County Register, Trout is expected to be activated from the disabled list and in the lineup on Friday.
Trout last played on Aug. 1 against the Tampa Bay Rays. He was originally considered day-to-day with a wrist contusion he sustained in the first inning of that game during an awkward slide into third base.
The Angels eventually put Trout on the 10-day disabled list with inflammation in his right wrist. He was also away from the team following the death of his brother-in-law Aaron Cox, who was a pitcher in Los Angeles' minor league system, on Aug. 15.
Trout is having another MVP-caliber season with a .309/.459/.624 slash line and 30 home runs in 109 games. The seven-time All-Star leads Major League Baseball with 99 walks, a .459 on-base percentage and 1.083 OPS.
The Angels enter Friday's game with a 63-65 record and are 13 games behind the Oakland Athletics for the second wild card spot in the American League.