Millville assistant baseball coach Kenny Williams, left, Mike Trout, Mike Edwards and Millville head baseball coach Roy Hallenbeck dine in Los Angeles after the All-Star game in Kansas City, Mo.
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Millville's Mike Trout heads to the plate in a game against the Baltimore Orioles June 26 in Baltimore.
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Millville's Mike Trout makes a throw from the outfield.
Bobby Fabrizi is a mixed martial arts fighter from Millville and a friend of Los Angeles Angels outfielder Mike Trout.
Mike DeCicco played against Trout when both were in high school - Trout at Millville, DeCicco at Mainland Regional.
Former Millville High School softball player Kristin Trout learned that she is distantly related to Los Angeles Angels outfielder and fellow Millvile High graduate Mike Trout.
Tyler Trout, of Millville, says he's been mistaken for his younger brother, Los Angeles Angels outfielder Mike Trout, on several occasions.
- Mike Trout's rise
June 1: Trout sets a New Jersey high school single-season record when he hits his 18th home run of the season against Oakcrest High School his final Millville game. Trout finishes his Millville career with 31 home runs and 141 RBIs.
June 9: The Los Angeles Angels select Trout with the 25th pick in the first round of Major League Baseball’s First-Year Player Draft.
August: Trout makes his professional debut for the fall league Arizona Angels at the age of 17.
September: The 19-year-old Trout becomes the youngest player ever to win the J.G. Taylor Spink Award as the Topps Minor League Player of the Year.
July 8: Trout makes his Major League debut for the Angels.
July 24: Trout hits his first Major League home run against the Orioles in Baltimore before family and friends. Trout plays 40 Major League games in 2011, finishing with a .220 average.
April 28: After beginning the season in the minor leagues, Trout gets promoted to the Angels.
June 4: Trout gets his first career four-hit game.
June 27: Sports highlight shows make Trout a national sensation when he sprints and leaps above the center field fence to take a home run away from J.J. Hardy of the Baltimore Orioles. The catch is considered by many baseball experts to be the Major League defensive play of the season.
July 10: Trout plays in the All-Star game in Kansas City, Mo., for the American League. He singles in his first at-bat.
July 22: Trout sets an American League rookie record when he scores in his 14th straight game.
Aug. 1: The American League names Trout its July Player of the Month and Rookie of the Month. He is the first AL player to receive both awards in the same month.
Aug. 7: Trout turns 21
Aug. 26: Trout scores his 100th run. He becomes just the second Angels rookie to accomplish that feat.
Sept. 9: Trout becomes the first player under the age of 22 to hit lead-off home runs in back-to-back games.
Sept. 30: Trout becomes the first rookie to ever hit 30 home runs and steal 40 bases in a single season when he hits home run No. 30 off the Texas Rangers.
Oct. 3: Trout finishes his season with a flourish, going 2-for-3 against Seattle. Trout ends the year with a .326 average, 30 home runs, 129 runs scored, 49 stolen bases and 83 RBIs.
Posted: Monday, November 12, 2012 12:40 am
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