Mike Trout named Angels nominee for 2013 Hank Aaron Award
Mike Trout has been named the Angels’ nominee for the 2013 Hank Aaron Award. For the fourth straight year, a special panel of Hall of Fame players led by Hank Aaron will join fans in voting for the award, which is officially sanctioned by Major League Baseball and has recognized the most outstanding offensive performer in each League since it was established in 1999.
Trout finished the 2013 season with the American League lead in runs scored (109) and walks (110) and ranked among the league leaders with a .323 batting average (3rd), 190 hits (T4th), 39 doubles (T7th), 9 triples (2nd), 27 home runs.
On May 21, 2013 Mike Trout became the youngest player in American League history to hit for the cycle.
(T14th), 97 RBI (9th), 75 extra-base hits (2nd), 33 stolen bases (8th), a .557 slugging percentage (4th) and a .432 on-base percentage (2nd).
Through October 10, fans will have the opportunity to select one American League and one National League winner from a list comprising of one finalist per Club. The winners of the 2013 Hank Aaron Award will be announced during the 2013 World Series.