Angels spokesman Tim Mead confirmed the club's plan Sunday night after Trout's fourth rehabilitation game with Class A Inland Empire.
Trout has been out since May 28, when the two-time American League MVP injured his thumb sliding headfirst into second base. He had surgery and missed six weeks of big league action.
Trout had a triple and three walks Sunday in his final appearance with Inland Empire.
Despite the first major injury of his career, Trout was voted onto the AL All-Star team for the sixth time. He announced last week that he wouldn't play in Miami.
The Angels went 19-20 during Trout's absence, staying in second in the AL West but lagging 16½ games behind the Houston Astros.