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    in season 11 with the angels, limited to 36 games due to a right calf strain…initially suffered the injury running the bases on may 17 against cleveland…at the time of the injury, he was leading the majors in obp ops, ranked fourth in slugging (led a.l.) and fifth in average (min. 145 pa)… he finished April with a .425/.523/.781 slash line, becoming the first player to post those totals in any month (min. 75 pa) since Lance Berkman in May 2008 and the first A.L. player since bernie williams in june 2001… only four other players posted those totals in march/april: barry bonds (1993 and 2004), larry walker (1997), paul o’neill (1994), and tony perez (1970) )…counted his 1,409th career hit on april 28 against texas to move past jim fregosi for fifth on the franchise’s all-time hits list…led his 800th career rbi on April 2…one of only four halos all-time to reach the mark…named an all-star for the ninth straight season and eighth as a starter.


    in his 10th major league season (complete ninth) with the angels, he became the organization’s all-time home run leader, surpassing tim salmon (299)…he finished in the top 10 in the to the. in various offensive categories: home runs (t3rd), rbi (t3rd), runs (4th), obp (4th), slugging (4th), ops (.993; 3rd), walks (6th), extra-base hits (28; t3rd) and total bases (120; 4th)… finished 5th in AL MVP voting with 172 points, (jose abreu, 374 points)… has finished in the top 5 every year since the rookie campaign. …extended his franchise record after winning his eighth louisville silver slugger award…played flawless defense in the outfield for an entire season for the third time in his career…nominated as the angels’ nominee for the roberto clemente award 2020 on Sept. 3rd, which recognizes the player who best represents baseball through extraordinary character, community involvement, philanthropy, and positive contributions, both on and off the field…he and his wife, jessica, collaborated with the tiny turnip sportswear brand to design a special t-shirt with proceeds helping support the american foundation for suicide prevention…led team in home runs for the fourth straight season and sixth time in the last seven seasons…17 home runs were tied for third place in the a.l. and tied for fourth in the majors … hit his 300th career home run Sept. 5 vs. houston (game 1)… home run set a new franchise record, surpassing tim salmon’s previous mark of 299… home run came in his 1,235th career game… 300 home runs are tied with jose canseco for the ninth most in a.l. story through the 1,235th first game by a player (first, juan gonzalez, 335).

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    completed the ninth major league season (eighth complete) with los angeles by capturing the third award for the american league most valuable player (2019, 2016 and 2019)… finished 20 points ahead of the second place finisher alex bregman (335)…earned 17 first-place votes and 13 second-place votes…became the 11th player in major league history to capture mvp honors three times and the sixth player in the american league to do so… honors were the fifth earned by a halo (baylor, 1979 and warrior, 2004)… led the american league in on-base percentage for the fourth consecutive year and operations for the third consecutive season… also Finished in the top 10 of the junior circuit in home runs (2nd), runs (t6th), RBI (9th), slugging (1st), and walks (2nd)…signed as a Louisville Silver Slugger for the seventh time in his career. .. named all-star of the American league for the eighth consecutive time season…agreed to a historic 12-year contract extension with los angeles on march 20…hit a career-high 45 home runs…home runs were second-most in club history, only behind troy glaus’s 47 in 2000… he also scored the most by a major league center fielder since andruw jones’ 51 in 2005 and the most by an a.l. center fielder since Ken Griffey Jr. in 1999 (48 hrs)…set the franchise record for home runs in the first half (28 hrs), surpassing the previous mark of 26 set by garret anderson in 2000 and mike trout and albert pujols in 2015…scored placed 6th in his career 30 hour season, setting a new club record…previous record was five seasons (trout, salmon)…collected 104 rbi, good for second most in a single season of career… drove in 100 runs for the third time, becoming the fifth player in club history to reach the mark at least three times: albert pujols, vladimir Guerrero, troy glaus and garret anderson…reached the century mark in runs scored for the seventh time in his career… only the fifth player all-time (third in league history) with seven 100-run seasons before his age-28 season: alex rodriguez (8 seasons) , hank aaron (7), mickey mantle (7) and mel ott (7) … is the only one player in club history with more than two 100-run seasons…903 runs scored, ranking third in franchise history…110 walks, ranking second in the united states league…reached the mark of the century in walks for the fourth time in his career…became the ninth player in a.l. history with four 100-walk seasons before his 28-year season…no other angel in franchise history had more than two such seasons.


    In his eighth major league season (seventh complete) with the Angels, he finished second in the a.l. boston mookie stakes most valuable player vote…marked the seventh time in seven full seasons and finished in the top 4 and sixth time in either first or second place (won in 2014 and 2016)…is one of the four players to finish second in the mvp votes at least four times during their careers: stan musial (4), ted williams (4) and albert pujols (4)…according to elias, he is one of three players who finished in the top 3 of the mvp voting six times in a span of seven years, joining yogi berra and albert pujols… finished in the top 10 of the american league in several offensive categories including, average (.312, 4 t), on-base percentage (.460, 1st), slugging percentage (.628, 3rd), runs (101, 9th), home runs (39, 4th), stolen bases (24, 9th), bases per balls (122, 1st) and intentional bases on balls (25, 1st). …awarded a louisville silver slugger for the sixth time in his career…for more information, see the career summary section…missed 15 games due to inflammation in his right wrist…marked the second trip from his career to the dl…suffered the injury and sliding into third base aug. 1 at tampa bay…by mlb, was the 11th most popular player jersey based on sales at

    home runs

    registered 39 home runs, the second most of his career (41 hours in 2015)…marked the third season of more than 35 home runs, the most in franchise history. joined alex rodriguez, jimmie foxx, jose canseco and joe dimaggio as the only players in american league history to hit 30 home runs five or more times prior to their age 27 season… also join alex rodriguez and mickey mantle like the only alabama. all-time players to amass seven 20-plus homer seasons before his 27-year-old season…on June 12, he homered for the 223rd time, surpassing brian downing for sole possession of the third in franchise history …enters 2019 needing 32 home runs to tie Garrett Anderson for second.


    RBI 79 in 140 games…was the fourth player in baseball history and first in franchise annals to record more than 35 home runs and drive in fewer than 80 RBIs…648 RBIs ranking fifth in club history.


    reached the century mark in runs scored for the sixth time in his career… only the seventh player all-time (third in league history) with six 100-run campaigns before his 27-run season years: alex rodriguez (7 seasons), albert pujols (6), hank aaron (6), mickey mantle (6), mel ott (6), bill dahlen (6)… six career seasons with 100 races is the most in franchise history…no other player had more than two…793 runs scored for fifth in franchise history.

    stolen bases

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    stole more than 20 bases for the fifth time in six major league seasons…one of only two players all-time to record four 25-homer, 20-stole seasons prior to his 27-year campaign: darryl strawberry .


    led the junior circuit in walks (122) for the third time (also in 2013 and 2016)…for more information, see chart at right…set a new franchise record in a single season in walks, breaking his old mark of 116 set in 2016… the 122 walks were tied for eighth by a center fielder all-time (since 1871) and the most since lenny’s 129 Dykstra in 1993 with the Phillies… reached 100 walks, 25 HR and 20 steals in a season for the third time in his career (2013 and 2016)… joins Barry Bonds (7 times), Bobby Abreu ( 3) & jeff bagwell (3) as the only players to do it at least three times in his career.

    first half

    hit 25 home runs before the all-star break, one shy of tying the club record for home runs before the summer classic…joined jeff bagwell as the only players with 25 home runs, 10 stolen bases and 75 walks before the all-star break… also joins frank robinson and eddie mathews as the only players to hit more than 25 home runs in seven seasons prior to his 27-year campaign… walked 84 in the first half…set the franchise record for walks in the first half (previously 62 bbs by brian downing in ’87 and tim salmon in ’00)…the 84 free passes were the most quantity of one a.l. player before hiatus since frank thomas (84 bb) in 1994… joined joe morgan (1974) as the only players to amass 100 h, 80 bb and 15 sb before the all-star hiatus.

    star game

    named to the AL All-Star team, starting the game in center field…went 1-for-2 with a home run, an RBI, a run scored and a walk…he hit the second home run of his career in the all-star game…nominated as an all-star for the seventh time in his career and started for the sixth consecutive season…set the franchise record for most all-star selections and joined rod carew (1979-84) as the only halos to be selected as a starter in six consecutive summer classics…for more information see career summary section (8th bullet).


    one of five major league players to post a 1,000 fielding percentage (min. 108 g)…last error occurred on April 6, 2017 (250 consecutive games) and only made one error in last 336 attempts (extends to June 28, 2016)…according to, eight defensive runs saved led AL center fielders while his 4.0 uzr was second…all eight DRs ranked fifth in franchise history for a center fielder (Trout holds the record with 21 DRs in 2012).


    Completed his seventh major league season (his sixth complete) with the Angels and finished in the top 10 of the American League in several offensive categories, including batting average (.306, 6th), on-base percentage (.442 , 1st), slugging (.629, 1st), walks (94, 3rd) and intentional walks (15, 1st)… finished fourth in league MVP voting Americana with 197 points, 208 behind winner jose altuve…marks first season finishing outside the top 2 of career mvp…missed 39 games after sustaining left thumb ligament injury… marked first career trip to the d.l….injury sustained May 28 in miami sliding to second base…repairing torn ulnar collateral ligament and dorsal capsule…at time of injury, held the second place in the classification a.l. in average, third in runs, second in home runs, fourth in RBIs, first in walks, first in slugging, first in on-base percentage and first in extra-base hits… tabulated as a.l. all-star for the sixth straight season…named the starter for the fifth straight season…by mlb, was the 10th most popular player jersey by sales on…hit his 200th career home run Sept. 29…only eighth player in major league history with 200 home runs before the 26-year-old season: alex rodriguez (241), eddie mathews (222), jimmie foxx (222), mel ott (211), mickey mantle (207), frank robinson (202) and albert pujols (201)…joined alex rodriguez, jimmie foxx, jose canseco and joe dimaggio as the only players in American league history to hit 30 home runs four or more times before his 26-year-old season…on Apr. 25, homered for the 174th time, passing vladimir Guerrero for sole possession of the fifth in franchise history…homered on opening day for the third time in his career and the third time in his last four opening day games… joined tim salmon as the only angels in franchise history to homer in three different opening day games… drove in 72 RBIs in 114 games… is the sixth player in franchise history to driving in 70 runs while playing 115 games or fewer and first since garret anderson in 2007 (70 rbi in 108 g)…marked his 500th career rbi in april. 11…became the 13th player all-time to have 500 RBIs and 600 RBIs before his 26-year-old season and only 6th in a.l. story, joining alex rodriguez, mickey mantle, jimmie foxx, joe dimaggio and ty cobb…despite dl stint, he scored a team-leading 92 runs, which were tied for 16th in the american league…was the first a.l. player to score more than 90 runs in 115 or fewer games in a strike-shortened season since billy goodman (91 r in 110 g) in 1950…stole more than 20 bases for the fourth time in six major league seasons.. One of two all-time players to record four 25-homer, 20-stole seasons prior to his 26-year campaign: Darryl Strawberry… led the junior circuit with 15 intentional walks and ranked third with 94 walks…became the first player since ferris fain and ted williams in 1955


    named the most valuable player in the american league as voted by the baseball writers association of america (bbwaa) after leading the majors in runs (123), walks (116) and obp (.441) and ranking in the top-10 in several of the a.l.’s offensive categories, including average (5th), 3-pointers (t10), steals (t2nd) and slugging (.550; 4th)…received his second honor from mvp (unanimous winner in 2014) later earned 19 first place votes, eight second place votes and one third place vote, for a total of 356 points, 45 points ahead of second place finisher mookie betts of the boston red sox (311 points)…for more mvp information see career summary section…won fifth consecutive louisville silver slugger award…for more information see career summary section career…became the first player to lead the a.l. in walks and runs since trout did it in 2013 (before trout, the last player to lead the american league in both categories was frank thomas in 1994)…he was the only player in the majors to hit .315 with 100 RBIs, 100 R and 100 BB and the first player in the American league to do so since Miguel Cabrera in 2011… he became the first to boast those numbers in a season prior to his 25-year campaign since Alex Rodriguez in 2000…finished the season as one of two American league players to post a .300/.400/.500 cut line (david orti z)…joined ty cobb (1915) as the only players to hit .315, walk 115 times, score 120 runs and stole 30 bases… according to statistics, this year he became the second youngest player with 25 h, 25 sb and 100 bb in a season… the youngest was trout in 2013… he became the 12th player in american league history to record One 100 R/100 BB/100 RBI season before his 25-year campaign: Ted Williams (2 times), Troy Glaus (2), Frank Thomas (2), Mickey Mantle (2), Jimmie Foxx (2), lou gehrig (2), alex rodrigue z (1), john olerud (1), reggie jackson (1), charlie keller (1), and babe ruth (1).


    In his fifth major league season (fourth complete) with the Angels, he hit .299 (172-for-575) with 32 doubles, six triples, 41 home runs, 104 runs scored, and 90 RBIs…set career highs in home runs, obp (.402) and slugging (.590). he finished in the top 10 in several AL offensive categories, including average (9), runs (3), home runs (3), walks (92, 3), obp (2), and slugging (1). One of two angels to lead the league in slugging percentage, joining Bobby Grich in 1981 (.543). finished second in the a.l. mvp race…earned 304 points (seven first place votes), 81 points behind toronto’s josh donaldson…marked fourth consecutive season finishing in the top 2 of the a.l. mvp race…joined yogi berra as the only players to achieve the feat…he is one of only five players to finish second in mvp voting at least three times during their careers: stan musial (4 times), Ted Williams (4), Albert Pujols (4) and Mickey Mantle (3). received his fourth career Louisville Silver Slugger Award and was a finalist for the American League Center Fielder Rawlings Gold Glove Award.

    home runs

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    with 41 home runs, he tied troy glaus (41 h in 2001) for the second most home runs in a single season in franchise history. One of 11 players in the American league to hit 40 home runs in a season prior to his 24-year campaign and the first since Troy Glaus did it for Los Angeles in 2000 (47 hrs). he hit 26 home runs before the all-star break, tying the franchise record … one for six home runs a.l. players with 25 home runs before the all-star break in their 23-and-under season… 2015 marks the second season with at least 20 home runs before the summer classic, joining albert pujols (2001-03), jose canseco (1986 and 1988) and Eddie Mathews (1955 and 1953) as the only players to achieve the feat before his 24-year-old season. He and Albert Pujols were only the fourth pair of teammates to record 25 home runs before the All-Star break and the first since Ken Griffey Jr. and alex rodriguez did it for the mariners in 1998. for the second straight season, he homered in the season’s first at-bat (both came off felix hernandez). He reached two grand slams, becoming the first halo with multiple grand slams in a season since Vladimir Guerrero in 2005.


    reached the century mark in runs scored for the fourth straight season… first player in franchise history to lead the team in runs scored four straight seasons.

    star game

    tagged an all-star for the fourth time in his career (fourth full season)…only the third a.l. outfielder to make four all-star games before turning 24: ken griffey jr., al kaline and mickey mantle… joined by ken griffey jr., ted williams, ivan rodriguez, mickey mantle, al kaline, joe dimaggio and rod carew like the only alabama. players make three starts before their 24th birthday. went 1-for-3 with a home run, a walk and two runs scored en route to capturing the second career All-Star Game MVP award (also, 2014)… he’s the first player to winning the award in consecutive seasons and only the fourth to be named Summer Classic MVP multiple times in his career. hit the sixth leadoff home run in all-star history and the first since bo jackson in 1989 at anaheim stadium…with a single in 2012, a double in 2013, a triple in 2014 and a home run in 2015 (all in his first at-bat of the game), he joined Lou Whitaker, George Brett and Ted Williams as the only players to count a cycle of stellar play during his career.


    played impeccable defense in 156 games in center field (1362.2 innings)…was the first los angeles center fielder to play at least 150 games in a single season without making an error and only the second halo outfielder to do so (brian downing in 1982)… he was the first American league center fielder to accomplish the feat since curtis grandson in 2012 and only the fourth (fifth) to do so since 2000.


    one of seven players in all time to score 100 runs, hit 40 home runs and steal 10 bases in a season aged 23 or younger: troy glaus in 2000, alex rodriguez in 1999 and 1998, ken griffey jr. in 1993, Jose Canseco in 1988, Reggie Jackson in 1969 and Orlando Cepeda in 1961. Named the American League Player of the Month for July after hitting .367 (29-for-79) with 12 home runs and 24 RBIs in 21 games… the 12 home runs led the majors while the 24 RBIs were tied for first… 12 home runs marked the most home runs in a single month in his career and tied a franchise record for home runs in the month of July… marked third ” of the month award: June 2014 and July 2012.


    named the unanimous winner of the american league most valuable player award as voted by the baseball writers association of america (bbwaa) after hitting .287 (173/602) with 39 doubles, nine triples, 36 home runs, 111 RBIs, 83 walks, 16 stolen bases and 115 runs scored with the Angels… Third Halo to win the award, joining Vladimir Guerrero (2004) and Don Baylor (1979)… Scored a total of 420 points (all 30 first place votes) and finished 191 votes ahead of second place finisher victor martinez… only 17th unanimous winner (18th occurrence) in the mvp voting process (10th in mvp history AL) and youngest to accomplish the feat…set career highs in home runs and RBIs while matching career bests in doubles and triples…ranked in the top 10 in various a.l. offensive categories including runs (115, 1st), RBIs (111, 1st), extra-base hits (84, 1st), triples (9, 3rd), slugging percentage (.561, 3. th), walks (83, 4th), home runs (36, 4th), doubles (39, 6th), obp (.377, 7th)… his 84 extra-base hits led the majors and ranks third in the history of the club, only behind g. 88 of Anderson and T. Glaus’s 85… just the fourth player since 1901 with 115 runs scored, 35 doubles, five triples and 35 home runs in his 22-and-under season: Alex Rodriguez in 1998, Joe Dimaggio in 1937 and Hal Trosky in 1934. First American League player since Hank Greenberg in 1937 to have at least .939 ops, 36 home runs, 39 doubles and nine triples…named third straight All-Star, fourth A.L. outfielder with three all-star picks before turning 23, joining mickey mantle, al kaline and ken griffey jr…named summer classic ted williams most valuable player after going 2-for-3 with a double, a triple, two rbi and a run scored…joined ken griffey jr. in 1992 and ted williams in 1941 to have multiple extra-base hits in an all-star game before turning 23…at 22 years, 342 days, he is the second-youngest player to win the award, behind only ken griffey, jr . (1992) at 22 years, 236 days…fourth angel to win the award, joining leon wagner (1962), fred lynn (1983), and garret anderson (2003)…won third consecutive louisville silver slugger award (for more, see the career summary section)…he finished the first half of the season batting .310 (107/345) with 26 doubles, five triples, 22 home runs, 73 RBI and 65 runs scored.. Since 1914, he is one of only five players to record 25 doubles, 20 home runs and 5 triples before the All-Star break: Duke Snider in 1954, Chuck Klein in 1932, Chick Hafey in 1929 and Lou Gehrig in 1927…signed a contract extension for six years, on March 28.


    He continued the rookie campaign batting .323 (190/589) with 109 runs scored, 30 doubles, nine triples, 27 home runs, 97 RBIs, 33 stolen bases and 110 walks…he finished the year ranked at the the. top 10 in various offensive categories including: average (.323, 3rd), hits (190, 4th), runs (109, 1st), doubles (39, 7th), triples (9, 2nd), rbi (97, 9th), walks (110, 1st), slugging (.557, 4th), obp (.432, 2nd) and stolen bases (33, 8th)… he was the first player to major leaguers to lead the league in walks and runs scored since jeff bagwell in 1999 with houston and first player to do so since frank thomas in 1994. became the first player in american league history with 100 walks, 70 extra-base hits and 30 stolen bases in a season…also the first player in history with 25 home runs, 30 stolen bases and 100 walks in a single season…joined ty cobb (1915) and lenny dykstra ( 1993) as the only players since 1900 to have 190 hits, 100 walks and 30 stolen bases in one season…set a new franchise record by reaching base safely 309 times…also surpassed the mark rickey hender are (301) times on base by a player 21 or younger in the season…became the second youngest player with 25 home runs and 30 stolen bases in a season…only one other younger player was trout in 2012 .



    named los angeles top prospect for 2012 by baseball america…qualifies as a 2012 rookie…played most of the season with double-a arkansas…named minor league player of the year 2011 baseball america. …second angel in club history to win an award (tim salmon, 1992)…also named the 2011 sporting news minor league player of the year and named to the best double-a all-star team… in 91 games with through, he hit .326 (115/353) with 82 runs scored, 18 doubles, 13 triples, 11 hours, 38 RBIs and 33 stolen bases…he posted a .544 slugging percentage. and .414 pct on basis. (.958 ops)…trout led the texas league in batting average, on-base percentage, ops and stolen bases (tied)…in 266 career minor league games, he is batting .338 (351/ 1040) with 104 extra-base hits, 102 stolen bases, .422 obp, and .508 slugging pct. (.930 ops)…had a contract drafted by los angeles on july 8th and made his mlb debut as the starting center fielder (0/3) that night…at age 19, 335 days, He was the youngest player to make his major league debut for the Angels since May 30, 1971, when Andy Hassler made his debut at age 19 years, 224 days…bunt single against M. Pineda in the 3rd inning on July 9 vs. seattle scored first hit in major league…rbi-single in 6th on july 15 at oakland scored first career rbi…hit first ml hr (3 runs) on july 24 at baltimore vs. several family members and friends in attendance from new jersey…made 32 outfield starts for the angels (the club went 21-11 in starts)…two weeks shy of his 20th birthday, he became The third teenager to homer for Los Angeles, joining Ed Kirkpatrick, who hit four home runs for the Halos before his 20th birthday (1963-1964, including two at age 18) and Aurelio Rodriguez (at age 19 in 1967, also against the orioles)…enjoyed the best game of his young career on aug 30 in seattle (2/4, 3 r, 2 hr, 5 rbi)…at 20 years and 23 days, he became youngest angel with two hours in a game (previously tom brunansky at age 20, 234 days in 1981)…regarded as béi’s top prospect sbol by various scouts and baseball publications during the 2011 season…he participated in the arizona fall league the following season.

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