Mike Trout means business. After homering in his first game back from becoming a dad, how would he follow up the act?
First off, I was shocked to sit and look at the numbers. Specifically, Trout had *just* 287 career home runs entering Wednesday night in Seattle (where he has a lot of them). I mean, it seems like he’s hit a lot more then that. However, he wouldn’t be sitting on that total for long.
Indeed, on Wednesday night in the Angels 7-6 loss at Seattle; Trout hit home runs 288 and 289.
🚨📢2 DAYS IN A ROW CALLS FOR 2 TROUT HORNS📢🚨 pic.twitter.com/7j4aiBl2Ts
— Cut4 (@Cut4) August 6, 2020
The league wasn't ready for Mike Trout ft. dad strength. pic.twitter.com/seNaeXRkqv
— Los Angeles Angels (@Angels) August 6, 2020
The Angels have some work to do as a team, but Trout is right where he should be in cementing his status as a legend.