Career Highlights

Mike Trout has had a record setting career.  Here are a few of the highlights.

Events

Event Date
First At Bat July 8, 2011 (pitcher: Brian Beaven/Seattle)
First Hit July 9, 2011 (pitcher: Michael Pineda/Seattle)
First Home Run July 24, 2011 (pitcher: Mark Worrell/Baltimore)
First four-hit game  June 4, 2012 (Seattle)
Youngest Player to Hit Back-to-Back Leadoff Home Runs September 9, 2012 (Detroit)
Youngest Player to Join 30(HR)-30(steals) club September 30, 2012 (Texas)
First player to Hit 30 Home Runs, Steal 45 Bases, and Score 125 runs in one season 2012
First Grand Slam April 20, 2013 (pitcher Rick Porcello/Detroit)
Youngest AL Player to Hit for Cycle May 21, 2013 (Seattle)
First Walk-Off Home Run May 15, 2014 (pitcher: Brad Boxberger/Tampa Bay)
500 Hits July 10, 2014(423 games played)
100 Home Runs April 17, 2015(502 games played) (Houston)
Youngest Player to Join 100(HR)-100(steals) club April 17, 2015(502 games played)– 23 years old, 253 days
Youngest Player to Join 150(HR)-150(steals) club May 14, 2017(845 games played)–25 years, 280 days
200th HR September 29, 2017

 

Awards

Award Date
All-Star Selection 2012, 2013*, 2014*, 2015*, 2016*
All-Star Game MVP 2014, 2105
AL Rookie of the Month May 2012, June 2012, July 2012, August 2012
AL Rookie of the Year 2012
AL Player of the Month July 2012, June 2014, July 2015, April 2017
Silver Slugger 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016
Hank Aaron Award 2014
AL Most Valuable Player 2014, 2016
AL Outstanding Player of the Year
(chosen by MLBPA)
2014
Angels Team MVP
(chosen by teammates)
2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017

 

 

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