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Angels' Mike Trout remembers 'The Catch' against Orioles

As soon as Mike Trout stepped onto the Camden Yards field for some early work Tuesday afternoon, he made eye contact with Baltimore Orioles shortstop J.J. Hardy, who immediately pointed to the Southwest.com advertisement on the center-field wall.

Uber athlete passenger rating fan fiction

There was an Uber hack to find you passenger rating. We did not consult that for this. Context-Free Uber Athlete Passenger Rankings (1) Zlatan Ibrahimovic (2) Mike Trout (3) Rebecca Lobo (4) Kobe Bryant (5) LeBron James (6) Billie Jean...Show More Summary

Josh Hamilton losing his clout in cleanup spot, and Angels lose game

Mike Trout hit a home run for the Angels on Tuesday night. Josh Hamilton did not.

Cold Hard Fact for Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Fact: The Angels' Mike Trout's stolen base percentage of 89 percent (96 stolen bases on a career 108 attempts) is currently the best all time (minimum 80 stolen base attempts). Bleacher Report will be bringing sports fans the most interesting...Show More Summary

Scott Miller's Starting 9: Mike Trout's Easy Road to Becoming New Face of MLB

1. Now Replacing Derek Jeter… Mark it down in permanent ink: The Face of Major League Baseball’s unofficial transition started in earnest on a gorgeous Tuesday evening in Minneapolis. And everybody could see it. “My vote is Mike Trout,” Dodgers pitcher Zack Greinke said. Show More Summary

Kole Calhoun, Garrett Richards Keying Mike Trout's Push for 1st Postseason

If Mike Trout plays in his first postseason this October, he'll have a lot of people to thank. Most notably himself. Two seasons removed from his breakout Rookie of the Year campaign, Trout is on pace for a career year. As of Monday, he owned a.313/.400/.612 slash line to go along with 23 home runs and 74 RBI. Show More Summary

Mike Trout is on a Hall of Fame career path

Mike Trout has received dozens of accolades in his young career, but perhaps the most telling sign of his ability comes courtesy of the baseball website baseball-reference.com.

Mike Trout, Albert Pujols mock Fernando Rodney's arrow celebration

Rodney celebrated too early, and the Angels made him pay for it with arrows of their own. Mariners' closer Fernando Rodney mimes shooting an arrow for his post-save celebration. It's good as far as celebrations go -- and celebrations should be encouraged -- but there's a proper time for them. Show More Summary

Mike Trout and Albert Pujols Mock Mariners Closer Fernando Rodney After Rally

Seattle Mariners closer Fernando Rodney is known for his "bow and arrow, point to the sky" celebration after completing a save. Division rivals Mike Trout and Albert Pujols of the Los Angeles Angels might have gotten a little tired of...Show More Summary

Going, going, fish on!

Nike's signature cleat for LA Angel Mike Trout. LINK (via: Sneaker Freaker)

Mike Trout Leads Angels' Resurgence

Don't look now, but baseball's hottest team is the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim, who entered the All-Star break with a 57-37 record, 1 1/2 games behind the first place Oakland Athletics in the American League West. Can the Angels catch...Show More Summary

Angels' Mike Trout Second-Youngest Player to Take Home All-Star Game MVP Honors

After racking up five total bases, two RBI and a run scored on Tuesday, Mike Trout of the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim became the second-youngest player to be awarded All-Star Game MVP honors, per MLB.com. Only Ken Griffey Jr. won the...Show More Summary

Mike Trout's All-Star triple, enhanced by lasers and Statcast

Vroooom! Mike Trout is built like a linebacker, but he runs like a cornerback. There are no baseball analogies to use because we're talking about Mike Trout: He breaks baseball. And through the magic of Statcast, we get to watch himShow More Summary

2014 All-Star game - Derek Jeter and Mike Trout

I don't think the 40-year old embarrassed himself in his last All-Star game, collecting a couple of hits before being pulled after playing three innings - he could have been named the All-Star MVP, but much to the surprise of nobody, the star of the American League's 5-3 win was the Halos' Mike Trout. Show More Summary

Mike Trout, Yasiel Puig are baseball's most exciting players

At the All-Star break, you can debate which players should be the major award winners. You can also debate which players are the most fun to watch. Who do you consider the most exciting players in the game? Our list starts with:

MLB Network’s Greg Amsinger Predicted Mike Trout Would Drive in Jeter with a Triple, and He Did (Video)

Last night, at the 2014 MLB All-Star Game, Angels superstar Mike Trout batted second in the American League lineup behind Derek Jeter. And in the bottom of the first inning, after Jeter led off the inning with a double, Trout hit a triple off the right field wall, driving in the first run of the […]

MLB All-Star Game 2014: Players Who Will Gain Momentum from Tuesday's Results

Derek Jeter rightfully stood under the spotlight on Tuesday night in his final All-Star Game and passed the torch to Mike Trout on his way out. The American League will host the World Series for the second consecutive year as a result, one flip of the calendar removed from Mariano Rivera shining in his final Midsummer Classic. Show More Summary

Mike Trout is All-Star MVP after leading AL to 5-3 victory

The all-Jeter-all-the-time All-Star game started the way it was supposed to Tuesday night when Derek Jeter dived to his left for a shot off Andrew McCutchen's bat and rifled a throw to first base.

Mike Trout Wins 2014 MLB All-Star Game MVP

On a night that was all about Derek Jeter riding off into the sunset in his final MLB All-Star Game, Mike Trout stole the show and was named the contest’s Most Valuable Player. MLB’s official Twitter page shared the news with baseball fans everywhere: Trout finished 2-for-3 at the dish with a triple and a double. Show More Summary

Mike Trout named MVP of 2014 All-Star Game

It was Derek Jeter's night at the 2014 All-Star Game in Target Field in Minnesota, but a player who grew up idolizing him took home the game's top honor. Angels outfielder Mike Trout was named the All-Star Game MVP on Tuesday night, leading the American League to a 5-3 win over the National League. Trout was 2-for-3 with two RBI and a run scored. Show More Summary

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