It is not too often that we see a rookie come out and dominate like Los Angeles Angels outfielder Mike Trout did last season. You could definitely argue that he deserved the AL MVP last season (but it was hard to deny Miguel Cabrera at the same time).
The one thing about coming out of the gate as hard as Trout did last season was that he had to provide fans with Act II this season. Well, with performances like Tuesday night when he became the youngest player in the American League to hit for the cycle (ever) and the third youngest in the league since 1930.
Yeah, I think it is safe to say we got a good one in this guy.