Mike Trout picked a new song for his 2021 at bats. Take a listen to Mike Trout’s 2021 walkup song by Masked Wolf called “Astronaut in the Ocean.
Mike Trout was willing to weigh in on the most recent replay controversy in Major League Baseball. On Sunday, Alec Bohm of the Philadelphia Philles slid into home plate but never touched it. After an extensive replay review he was determined to be safe. MLB has yet to produce an angle that shows Bohm touching the plate.
You can see the play here:Continue reading Trout Weighs in on Replay
The Angels have begun releasing their promotional schedule for the 2021 season. The list is still rolling out but it includes two bobbleheads. One commemorating Mike’s three MVP awards, and another highlighting Mike career milestone of hitting 300 home runs
April 2, Friday – White Sox
Promotion: Trout 3x MVP Award Bobblehead
Presented by Presented By Pechanga Resort and Casino
May 21, Friday – Athletics
Promotion: Trout 300 HR Bobblehead
Presented by MemorialCare
Mike Trout’s 2020 season ended with MLB’s playoffs once again lacking the best player in a quest for a championship. A shortened season caused by a global pandemic casts a sense of proportion on the disappointment, but in baseball terms. . . this is getting old.
The 2020 season offered a lot of promise for the Angels to reach the finally reach the playoffs for the first time since 2014. Anthony Rendon signed a free-agent contract and would provide sufficient lineup protection for Trout. Shohei Ohtani would be able to rejoin the meager pitching staff. Top prospect Jo Adell would be waiting in the wings to join the team, and the league would open up the playoff structure so that half of the total teams would make the playoffs. For the Angels to miss the playoffs in that situation the team would have to seriously underperform. Sadly, that is exactly what happened.Continue reading The Mad Dash – 2020 Season Review
According to Fabian Ardaya Mike Trout has picked a new song for his 2020 at bats. Take a listen to Mike Trout’s 2020 walkup song Rockstar featuring Roddy Ricch by DaBaby.
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Mike Trout spoke to a group of reporters about the impact of the Astros cheating scandal and what should be done to punish the players.
Mike Trout, on his view of the Astrros’ ’17 World Series title: “You don’t know what helped them or what not. But if you know what’s coming, it’s going to definitely help you. It’s tough. Taking a trophy away, taking the rings away, I think they should definitely do something.”— Marc Carig (@MarcCarig) February 17, 2020
Continue reading Mike Trout Speaks Up About Astros Cheating Scandal
“I don’t know what. But to cheat like that and not get anything, it’s sad to see.”— Marc Carig (@MarcCarig) February 17, 2020
Mike Trout gave a couple of television interviews after receiving the news that he had won his 3rd MVP award. He talks about his performance over the year, the difficulty caused by the death of Tyler Skaggs and his hopes for the future.
Mike Trout has won his third AL MVP. Well deserved in every way.
In response Mike said “I am grateful to have coaches, teammates, family & a wife who continue to support me so I can play the game I love. To be acknowledged alongside such great competitors like Alex and Marcus is an incredible feeling… I’m truly humbled. Thank you.”
The 2019 season ends with Mike Trout turning in what he considers his best season to date. It’s hard to argue with his assessment and impossible to argue against his place as the best in the game.
The season began with Mike Trout signing the largest contract in MLB history. $426.5 million over 13 years with an average annual value of $36.5 million, the contract effectively insures Trout will remain an Angel for the rest of his career. He showed that he was absolutely worth every penny by outperforming the contract once again. His value to his team for the year could easily have been worth as much as $60-80 million as compared to other free agent signings.Continue reading The Best Yet – 2019 Season Review