|2014 Old Hickory Mike Trout MT27*
|Mike Trout is likely to finish his career as one of the greatest players in
major league history. His career totals as of June 11, 2019:
- Runs Scored - 844
- Hits - 1,249
- Doubles - 239
- Triples - 45
- Home Runs - 258
- RBI - 692
- Walks - 754
- Stolen Bases - 196
- Career BA - .306
- WAR - 68.9
- 7-time All Star
- 2-time AL MVP
- 2012 AL ROY
- 6-time Silver Slugger Award winner
|Bat used for 7 confirmed hits (2 Home Runs) during his first MVP season
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Hall of Fame Bats
Durand, WI 54736
This bat, by the numbers:
- 5 games
- 7 confirmed hits (1 unconfirmed)
- 2 home runs (#71 and #72 of his career)
- 1 double (#83 of his career)
- 450th career hit
- .421 average
- 6 RBI
This Old Hickory model MT27* was manufactured in January of 2013, but was used by Mike Trout during his 2014 MVP season. It shows evidence of
outstanding use with many ball marks, seam impressions, and ink transfers visible on the left and back barrel surfaces. A few cleat marks are also
present. The handle has a moderate to heavy coat of pine tar and the lower portion near the handle is taped for grip. It is not cracked. (At some point,
Mike cut down the tape so it no longer went down over the knob.) Mike has signed the right barrel in silver and a personalized inscription has been
The bat was gifted to the previous owner by Mike Trout on June 3, 2014 in Houston. I've confirmed that the bat was used over a five game stretch
starting May 20, 2014. He also used it on May 23, 24, 25, and 26. The bat is fully photo matched except for seven plate appearances. One of those
seven un-matched plate appearances was a hit which would have made eight total hits with this bat (2 HRs, 1 double, and 5 singles) .
Mike had several notable hits with this bat including his 71st and 72nd career home runs on May 23 and May 24 respectively, his 450th career hit on
May 24, and his 83rd career double on May 25.
In terms of overall use, use characteristics, authenticity, and history, I have no doubt that this bat would grade a 10.
**Serious prospective buyers are asked to please email me using the link below to request the photo match images. Thanks!