Here’s the first look at the 2015 Lester’s Legends Outfielder Rankings. 1. Mike Trout, Los Angeles Angels Mike Trout has emerged as the premier fantasy baseball player. In the past three years, he has hit.311 with 117.7 runs, 181.7 hits, 35 doubles, 8.7 triples, 31 home runs, 97 RBI and 32.7 stolen bases. Show More Summary
The Major League Baseball season is right around the corner with pitchers and catchers starting to report to their respective spring training camps. Will the Yankees end their postseason drought? Can Miguel Cabrera and Mike Trout keep...Show More Summary
Mike Trout joined the Angels on Wednesday for their first full-squad spring training workout with two clear goals in mind for 2015: cut down his strikeouts and increase his stolen bases.
There are things we know Mike Trout can handle. Most notably, he's shown he can handle being a national superstar and the face of the Los Angeles Angels. Not easy tasks, those. This will be the year, however, where we find out if Trout...Show More Summary
Hey, you. Yes, you there. If I were to ask you about the defensive position in Major League Baseball with the most talent, which would come to mind first? Maybe you'd think center field, where Mike Trout and Andrew McCutchen roam. Or maybe shortstop, where you can find Troy Tulowitizki. Show More Summary
The Dodgers and Angels took their rivalry to billboard heights on Tuesday.
Being a top prospect on a contending team brings with it a lot of hype, hope and expectation. No wonder a lot of highly regarded youngsters don't get it right the first time around. Hey, not everybody can be Mike Trout, Yasiel Puig or...Show More Summary
Detroit Tigers designated hitter Victor Martinez, runner-up to Mike Trout in the American League MVP voting, needs surgery for a torn knee ligament, the club said on Thursday, putting him in jeopardy of missing Opening Day.
Three months after their historic seasons ended, Clayton Kershaw and Mike Trout continue to pick up awards.
Mike Baumgardner handcrafts some beautiful wooden fly rod cases. Lava lamps made from Dry Fly Distillary bottles. Brown trout watercolor print from TCsArt. Brook Trout limited edition print by Matt Patterson. Brook Trout in a maple fly plaque from Fretwork by Darryl.
Beyond that, however... Mike Trout is good at baseball. You might even say he's really good at baseball! Everybody in the game knows this, including the Angels and their general manager Jerry Dipoto. He's a reasonable man, though: he'll...Show More Summary
Best player in baseball? Mike Trout, three years running.
Two Southern California baseball stars claimed MVP awards from the two big leagues on Thursday. Mike Trout won a unanimous vote of the Baseball Writers Association of America to snag his first MVP award after finishing as the runner-up the last two seasons. Show More Summary
Clayton Kershaw and Mike Trout were celebrating Major League Baseball's highest individual honors on Thursday, in a twin triumph that made Los Angeles the home of the game's two most valuable players.
For the Angels' Mike Trout, the third time was the charm. And Clayton Kershaw of the Dodgers is just the 11th player to win MVP and Cy Young in the same season.
For six months they shared the wide eyes and wild cheers of witnesses from a grateful region that fell in love with its baseball supermen.
Mike Trout is the most valuable player in the American League. Like, for real this time. Trout has been the class of the Junior Circuit since his call-up in 2012, but now he has an award that says so. With his name on it and everything. That's Thursday's big news. Show More Summary
Kershaw became the first National League pitcher to win both the Cy Young and M.V.P. awards since Bob Gibson in 1968.
Los Angeles Angels star Mike Trout is only 23 years old, but he just became the fifth-youngest player to win an MVP award, as Major League Baseball announced. After Trout won the AL MVP award, Nike released these golden cleats to celebrate the accomplishment. The cleats also feature Trout's number, 27. [Darren Rovell] Read more MLB news on BleacherReport.com
Clayton Kershaw followed-up his NL Cy Young win by taking home the NL MVP trophy too, becoming the first person to sweep those awards since Bob Gibson did so while playing for the Cardinals in 1968. The Marlins outfielder Giancarlo Stanton—whose...Show More Summary