Not everyone gets to be elite in their sport. For every Wayne Gretzky, Michael Jordan or Mike Trout there's a host of mediocre to decent players. To me, these guys are just as interesting, and I appreciate everyone who has left their mark (however big or small) on the sports I enjoy. Show More Summary
Saturday's Say Hey includes the start of prospect season across the internet, the Rockies being weird again, and Mike Trout's awesome new baseball card. Listen, we know it's tough to catch up on everything happening in the baseball world each morning. Show More Summary
Trout will be the No. 1 Topps card for the second time in three years. Angels superstar outfielder Mike Trout won a fan vote and will be the No. 1 card in the 2016 Topps baseball card set, the company announced on Thursday. Baseball fans voted and @MikeTrout was named Card No. Show More Summary
He's as good at reporting weather as he is with baseball. Thanks for reporting for us Trouty! @MikeTrout https://t.co/UgyzFAC5CE — Jim Cantore (@JimCantore) January 23, 2016 Even though he's one of the best baseball players currently playing, Angels center fielder Mike Trout somehow has the time to pick up meteorology as a hobby. Show More Summary
New Jersey native Mike Trout happens to be baseball’s best meteorologist, and on Friday night as the entire East Coast was being (...)
It's official: We can now add "weather correspondent" to Los Angeles Angels superstar Mike Trout's resume. Trout has made it known he is a "weather guy," writing in the Players' Tribune he has direct messaged people at The Weather Channel about storm models. Show More Summary
Angels slugger Mike Trout hightailed it back to his hometown of Millville, N.J., just in time for Snowzilla and he couldn’t be happier. “I love it. I love the weather,” he told the Weather Channel’s Jim Cantore on Saturday (via Deadspin). “This is awesome.” Trout isn’t just playing in the snow, though. He’s reporting on it. He broke […]
When Mike Trout isn’t mashing home runs or robbing them, he’s at home doing precise meteorological measurements; the self-described “weather geek” wants to be a stormchaser someday, and The Weather Channel’s Jim Cantore had Trout on this morning to report on conditions in his hometown of Millville, N.J. Read more...
Today is a turning point for Big Brothers Big Sisters Orange County and the Inland Empire. We've been entrenched in the OC community for many years, with the support of local and national businesses alike. But never before have we been...Show More Summary
Angels center fielder Mike Trout brought comfort — and gifts — to a South New Jersey family that lost its home to a fire with a surprise Christmas Eve visit. According to SNJ Today, Barbara and Tony DeSimone of Buena Vista Township lost all the contents of their house, including their Christmas...
The best baseball player in the world is not letting up this offseason.
The Los Angeles Angels probably don't need to be told this, but they should feel blessed to have Mike Trout. He's been a regular since 2012—a historically awesome regular since 2012. But now for something that maybe the Angels do need...Show More Summary
The former All-Star has produced personalized songs for Mike Trout and Nelson Cruz, among others.
If it happened to Michael Jordan and LeBron James, it can happen to Mike Trout. Trout is the best player in baseball, but might be too good to win the MVP.
The Baseball Writers' Association of America pared down the list of American League MVP candidates to Lorenzo Cain, Josh Donaldson and Mike Trout, and Donaldson secured the coveted hardware Thursday night to close out a compelling race. Major...Show More Summary
Even in defeat, Mike Trout made history. Josh Donaldson of the Toronto Blue Jays won the American League most valuable player award Thursday, with Trout finishing second and Lorenzo Cain of the World Series champion Kansas City Royals third. Bryce Harper of the Washington Nationals was the unanimous...
Josh Donaldson thrived in his first season with the Toronto Blue Jays and on Thursday was announced as the 2015 American League Most Valuable Player, as voted on by the Baseball Writers Association of America. Donaldson captured 23 of 30 first-place votes, beating out Angels superstar outfielder Mike Trout, who got seven first-place votes. Show More Summary
No matter how you quantify them, Mike Trout’s first four seasons have been astonishing.