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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25. Mike Trout has the highest WAR at his age of all position players in MLB history.
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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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66. Mike Trout has more hits prior to turning 25 than Pete Rose, the all-time hits leader, did.
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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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70. Mike Trout proposed to longtime girlfriend Jessica Cox in July 2016.
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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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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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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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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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93. Mike Trout was selected to play in the All-Star Futures Game.
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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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