101 Facts About Mike Trout

1. Mike Trout is the only player to win All-Star Game MVP in consecutive seasons, and he did so as a 22—and 23-year-old.

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2. Mike Trout is the only player to win All-Star Game MVP in consecutive seasons, and he did so as a 22—and 23-year-old.

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3. Mike Trout is the only player to win All-Star Game MVP in consecutive seasons, and he did so as a 22—and 23-year-old.

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4. Mike Trout is the only player to win All-Star Game MVP in consecutive seasons, and he did so as a 22—and 23-year-old.

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5. Mike Trout is the only player to win All-Star Game MVP in consecutive seasons, and he did so as a 22—and 23-year-old.

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6. Mike Trout is the only player to win All-Star Game MVP in consecutive seasons, and he did so as a 22—and 23-year-old.

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7. Mike Trout is the only player to win All-Star Game MVP in consecutive seasons, and he did so as a 22—and 23-year-old.

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8. Mike Trout is the only player to win All-Star Game MVP in consecutive seasons, and he did so as a 22—and 23-year-old.

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9. Mike Trout is the only player to win All-Star Game MVP in consecutive seasons, and he did so as a 22—and 23-year-old.

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10. Mike Trout is the only player to win All-Star Game MVP in consecutive seasons, and he did so as a 22—and 23-year-old.

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11. Mike Trout is the only player to win All-Star Game MVP in consecutive seasons, and he did so as a 22—and 23-year-old.

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12. Mike Trout is the only player to win All-Star Game MVP in consecutive seasons, and he did so as a 22—and 23-year-old.

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13. Mike Trout is the only player to win All-Star Game MVP in consecutive seasons, and he did so as a 22—and 23-year-old.

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14. Mike Trout is the only player to win All-Star Game MVP in consecutive seasons, and he did so as a 22—and 23-year-old.

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15. Mike Trout is the only player to win All-Star Game MVP in consecutive seasons, and he did so as a 22—and 23-year-old.

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16. Mike Trout is the only player to win All-Star Game MVP in consecutive seasons, and he did so as a 22—and 23-year-old.

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17. Mike Trout is the only player to win All-Star Game MVP in consecutive seasons, and he did so as a 22—and 23-year-old.

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18. Mike Trout is the only player to win All-Star Game MVP in consecutive seasons, and he did so as a 22—and 23-year-old.

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19. Mike Trout is the only player to win All-Star Game MVP in consecutive seasons, and he did so as a 22—and 23-year-old.

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20. Mike Trout is the only player to win All-Star Game MVP in consecutive seasons, and he did so as a 22—and 23-year-old.

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21. Mike Trout is the only player to win All-Star Game MVP in consecutive seasons, and he did so as a 22—and 23-year-old.

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22. Mike Trout is the only player to win All-Star Game MVP in consecutive seasons, and he did so as a 22—and 23-year-old.

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23. Mike Trout is the only player to win All-Star Game MVP in consecutive seasons, and he did so as a 22—and 23-year-old.

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24. Mike Trout is the only player to win All-Star Game MVP in consecutive seasons, and he did so as a 22—and 23-year-old.

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25. Mike Trout has the highest WAR at his age of all position players in MLB history.

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26. Mike Trout is the only player to win All-Star Game MVP in consecutive seasons, and he did so as a 22—and 23-year-old.

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27. Mike Trout is the only player to win All-Star Game MVP in consecutive seasons, and he did so as a 22—and 23-year-old.

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28. Mike Trout is the only player to win All-Star Game MVP in consecutive seasons, and he did so as a 22—and 23-year-old.

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29. Mike Trout is the only player to win All-Star Game MVP in consecutive seasons, and he did so as a 22—and 23-year-old.

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30. Mike Trout is the only player to win All-Star Game MVP in consecutive seasons, and he did so as a 22—and 23-year-old.

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31. Mike Trout is the only player to win All-Star Game MVP in consecutive seasons, and he did so as a 22—and 23-year-old.

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32. Mike Trout is the only player to win All-Star Game MVP in consecutive seasons, and he did so as a 22—and 23-year-old.

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33. Mike Trout is the only player to win All-Star Game MVP in consecutive seasons, and he did so as a 22—and 23-year-old.

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34. Mike Trout is the only player to win All-Star Game MVP in consecutive seasons, and he did so as a 22—and 23-year-old.

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35. Mike Trout is the only player to win All-Star Game MVP in consecutive seasons, and he did so as a 22—and 23-year-old.

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36. Mike Trout is the only player to win All-Star Game MVP in consecutive seasons, and he did so as a 22—and 23-year-old.

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37. Mike Trout is the only player to win All-Star Game MVP in consecutive seasons, and he did so as a 22—and 23-year-old.

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38. Mike Trout is the only player to win All-Star Game MVP in consecutive seasons, and he did so as a 22—and 23-year-old.

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39. Mike Trout is the only player to win All-Star Game MVP in consecutive seasons, and he did so as a 22—and 23-year-old.

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40. Mike Trout has more WAA right now, at age 23, than George Sisler, Enos Slaughter, Orlando Cepeda, and 38 other Hall of Famers did in their entire careers.

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41. Mike Trout is 23 years, 9 months, and 6 days old, and has 607 hits.

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42. Mike Trout is the only player to win All-Star Game MVP in consecutive seasons, and he did so as a 22—and 23-year-old.

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43. Mike Trout is the only player to win All-Star Game MVP in consecutive seasons, and he did so as a 22—and 23-year-old.

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44. Mike Trout is the only player to win All-Star Game MVP in consecutive seasons, and he did so as a 22—and 23-year-old.

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45. Mike Trout is the only player to win All-Star Game MVP in consecutive seasons, and he did so as a 22—and 23-year-old.

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46. Mike Trout is the only one of those 10 players I would comfortably expect to be among the top 10 players in WAR in 2019.

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47. Mike Trout is the only player to win All-Star Game MVP in consecutive seasons, and he did so as a 22—and 23-year-old.

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48. Mike Trout is the only player to win All-Star Game MVP in consecutive seasons, and he did so as a 22—and 23-year-old.

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49. Mike Trout is the only player to win All-Star Game MVP in consecutive seasons, and he did so as a 22—and 23-year-old.

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50. Mike Trout is the only player to win All-Star Game MVP in consecutive seasons, and he did so as a 22—and 23-year-old.

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51. Mike Trout is the only player to win All-Star Game MVP in consecutive seasons, and he did so as a 22—and 23-year-old.

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52. Mike Trout is the only player to win All-Star Game MVP in consecutive seasons, and he did so as a 22—and 23-year-old.

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53. Mike Trout was named to his fourth consecutive All-Star Game in 2015, where he earned game MVP honours for the second straight year and became the first player in the 82-year history of the game to win back-to-back All-Star MVP awards.

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54. Mike Trout was a baseball star at Millville High School, and his already-apparent skills prompted the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim to choose him as the 25th overall selection of the 2009 Major League Baseball (MLB) draft.

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55. Mike Trout began using two-toned Old Hickory bats most of the time in 2011, when he split the season between the minors and his debut season with the Angels.

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56. Mike Trout connected with the manufacturer Old Hickory on a bat deal early on in his career.

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57. Mike Trout goes on to say that Jessica and the rest of his family contribute to his being able to stay grounded.

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58. Mike Trout proposed to her on June 28, 2016 by having an airplane write it out in the sky.

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59. Mike Trout was the second outfielder selected by the Angels in the 2009 draft.

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60. Mike Trout already has five seasons of at least 6 WAR.

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61. Mike Trout has led AL position players in WAR in four consecutive seasons and is on pace to do it again.

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62. Mike Trout has amassed 45.0 WAR in his career, and he is on pace for 48.3 by the end of the season.

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63. Mike Trout is the only player to win All-Star Game MVP in consecutive seasons, and he did so as a 22—and 23-year-old.

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64. Mike Trout has finished in the top two of MVP voting in four consecutive seasons.

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65. Mike Trout already has four seasons of at least 25 HRs and 100 runs.

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66. Mike Trout has more hits prior to turning 25 than Pete Rose, the all-time hits leader, did.

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67. Mike Trout is the best player I have ever seen, not just the best 20 year old.

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68. Mike Trout is up to +6.0 WAR on the season, becoming just the 11th player in MLB history to put up a +6 WAR season at age 20.

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69. Mike Trout has sponsorship agreements with Subway and SuperPretzel and in 2014, Nike began selling Mike Trout-branded shoes.

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70. Mike Trout proposed to longtime girlfriend Jessica Cox in July 2016.

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71. Mike Trout is a season ticket holder of the Philadelphia Eagles of the National Football League.

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72. Mike Trout adopted the nickname "Millville Meteor" after a prankster edited his Wikipedia article and the name caught on.

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73. Mike Trout set single-game career highs in doubles, extra base hits, and total bases (11).

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74. Mike Trout hit his 200th career home run off of Marco Gonzales of the Seattle Mariners on September 29, 2017.

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75. Mike Trout was voted to be a starting outfielder for the American League in the All-Star Game, but did not participate due to his thumb injury.

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76. On May 28, 2017, Mike Trout left the game after spraining his left thumb.

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77. Mike Trout joined Barry Bonds as the only other player in MLB history to finish top 2 for the MVP in five straight seasons.

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78. On November 17, Mike Trout was announced as the 2016 AL MVP, winning the award for the second time in his career.

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79. Mike Trout became the first player since Barry Bonds to be among the top three in MVP voting in four straight seasons.

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80. Mike Trout led off the 2015 MLB All-Star Game with a home run, becoming the fourth player in All-Star Game history to do so.

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81. On June 27, Mike Trout hit the longest home run of the 2014 season, according to ESPN.

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82. Mike Trout went 2 for 3, with a double, a triple, and two RBIs.

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83. Mike Trout was the leading vote-getter among all AL outfielders and the first Angels position player to start in the All-Star Game since Vladimir Guerrero in 2007.

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84. On May 21, 2013 Mike Trout became the youngest player to hit for the cycle in American League history and sixth youngest in Major League history, doing so at home against the Seattle Mariners.

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85. Mike Trout began the 2013 season as a left fielder, in order to accommodate for Peter Bourjos in center field.

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86. Mike Trout became just the 18th Rookie of the Year winner to win the award unanimously.

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87. Mike Trout was the first position player to have a WAR above 10.0 since Barry Bonds for the San Francisco Giants in 2004.

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88. Mike Trout became the first Angels player to lead the league in stolen bases since Chone Figgins did so in 2005 with 49 stolen bases.

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89. Mike Trout set the Angels rookie record for most hits in a season with 173, passing Wally Joyner.

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90. Mike Trout was again named an outfielder on Baseball Americas 2011 Minor League All Star team.

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91. Mike Trout was sent back to Double-A Arkansas on August 1, 2011 after hitting.

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92. Mike Trout made his major league debut that night, going 0-for-3.

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93. Mike Trout was selected to play in the All-Star Futures Game.

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94. Mike Trout started the season playing for Cedar Rapids, where he hit.

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95. Mike Trout started his professional career in 2009 playing for the Arizona Angels of the rookie-level Arizona League, hitting.

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96. Mike Trout was drafted by the Angels, using their compensation pick from the New York Yankees for their signing of Mark Teixeira, 25th overall in the 2009 MLB draft.

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97. Mike Trout began working with the coaches at Arsenal at age 14.

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98. Mike Trout played travel ball with Tri-State Arsenal, one of the premier travel programs in the Northeast.

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99. Mike Trout had committed to play baseball at East Carolina University prior to the 2009 MLB Draft.

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100. Mike Trout attended Millville Senior High School in Millville, New Jersey where he played both baseball and basketball, earning five letters.

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101. Mike Trout is under contract with the Angels through 2020.

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