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THE MILLVILLE ANGELS WILL OPEN THEIR 2011 SEASON ON SUNDAY APRIL 3RD @ MILLVILLE LIGHTNING - 10:00AM @ MILLVILLE AMERICAN COMPLEX LOCATED ON SHARP STREET IN MILLVILLE NJ
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THE MILLVILLE ANGELS FINISH THE SEASON 11-3, RANKED 4TH OUT OF 37 TEAMS AND WILL FACE THE VINELAND HITMEN FRIDAY NIGHT , JULY 23RD @ 8:00PM AT ATKINSON PARK IN THE FIRST ROUND OF THE 2010 PLAYOFFS...
|Posted by John P Cook on April 20, 2010 at 2:31 PM||comments (0)|
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TEMPE, Ariz. -- Mike Trout is about to get his first taste of big league baseball.
The 2009 Millville Senior High School graduate will join the Los Angeles Angels for their Cactus League game against the Colorado Rockies today in Tucson, Ariz.
"It's definitely a good opportunity to show them what I got and, hopefully leave a good impression," said the 18-year-old Trout.
"I'm on cloud nine now, he's on cloud 10," said Jeff Trout, Mike's father, who's in Arizona with him.
Trout, one of the Angels' two first-round picks last year, flew out to Tempe, Ariz., for Spring Training on March 6, and played in his first two minor league spring games with the Cedar Rapids Kernels, the team's Single-A affiliate, on Thursday and Friday.
The move wasn't a promotion to the 40-man roster and Trout said he had no idea how long he'd be with the club.
"Hopefully, I'll get an at-bat or two and play the outfield a bit," he said.
Trout was one of a handful of prospects who got to work with the Angels earlier this spring. Having met the players already, he said he's just anxious to get his chance.
Trout batted .352 in 44 minor league games last season, which he split between the Arizona League Angels and the Kernels.
While it hasn't been finalized, Trout said he expects to start the year with Cedar Rapids.
If the Rockies (11-8) stick to their usual pitching rotation, Jeff Francis, a 17-game winner in 2007, will take the mound today.
The Angels are 4-9 this spring, last in the American League.
|Posted by John P Cook on April 18, 2010 at 7:07 PM||comments (0)|
Mike Trout made his first start with the Los Angeles Angels a memorable one on Thursday.
The 2009 Millville High School graduate homered in his first at-bat and scored the game-winning run in the ninth inning in the Angels' 7-6 win over the Cleveland Indians in a Cactus League game. It was the Angels' final Spring Training game in Arizona.
Trout scored the winning run after Indians pitcher Erik Stiller overthrew first base.
Trout's first at-bat of the game came in the third inning, where he hit a solo home run off of starting pitcher Aaron Laffey.
Trout also doubled in the fifth inning.
He finished the game 2-for-4 with three runs scored.