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Mark Daniel Trumbo (born January 16, 1986) is an American professional baseball first baseman and outfielder for the Baltimore Orioles of Major League Baseball (MLB). He has also played for the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim from 2010 through 2013, for the Arizona Diamondbacks in 2014 and 2015, and for the Seattle Mariners in 2015. Trumbo was an All-Star in 2012 and 2016.

Contents

1 Amateur career 2 Professional career

2.1 Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim 2.2 Arizona Diamondbacks 2.3 Seattle Mariners 2.4 Baltimore Orioles

2.4.1 2016 2.4.2 2017

3 References 4 External links

Amateur career[edit] Trumbo was born in Anaheim, California, and played high school baseball at Villa Park High School in Villa Park, California.[1] Growing up, Trumbo played travel baseball against current major leaguers Phil Hughes and Brandon Barnes.[2] At Villa Park, Trumbo was a pitcher and infielder, and was a 2005 High School All-American after hitting .425 and going 10-2 with a 2.20 ERA on the mound.[3] Professional career[edit] Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim[edit] Trumbo was selected by the Anaheim Angels in the 18th round (533rd overall) of the 2004 Major League Baseball Draft.[4] He was promoted to the major leagues as part of the September roster expansions on September 3, 2010.[5] He made his major league debut on September 11, 2010, as a pinch hitter for Mike Napoli and then remained in the game to play first base.

Trumbo playing for the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim in 2011

Trumbo entered the 2011 season looking for some early-season playing time at first base after a spring in which he displayed his over credited power. Trumbo hit his first career home run on April 12, 2011, off Fausto Carmona of the Cleveland Indians. Although he planned to be a shortstop until Kendrys Morales' returned from injury, he became the Angels' full-time first baseman for the 2011 season due to Morales' season-ending surgery. He led all rookies with 29 home runs and 87 RBIs while batting .254 in his rookie campaign, but finished second in Rookie of the Year voting to Jeremy Hellickson of the Tampa Bay Rays. Trumbo also led the American League in putouts with 1,284 in 2011. The Angels acquired Albert Pujols on December 8, 2011, which forced Trumbo to change positions. In the early stages of the 2012 season Trumbo and Alberto Callaspo shared time at third base; Trumbo also started games in left and right field as well as designated hitter. On June 10, 2012, Trumbo had a career-high six RBIs on two three-run home runs in a game against the Colorado Rockies. Trumbo was selected for the 2012 Home Run Derby by AL captain Robinson Cano, advancing to the second round before being ousted in a playoff by José Bautista. Trumbo was elected to his first all-star game, which was the 2012 Major League Baseball All-Star Game, in his sophomore season.[6] In 2013, he batted .234/.294/.453 in 620 at bats.[7] Arizona Diamondbacks[edit] The Angels traded Trumbo to the Arizona Diamondbacks in a three-team trade also involving the Chicago White Sox. The Angels received Tyler Skaggs and Hector Santiago, while the White Sox received Adam Eaton and the Diamondbacks also received two players to be named later.[8][9] On April 6, Trumbo hit his 100th career home run against the Rockies. On April 24, Trumbo was placed on the 15-day disabled list with a stress fracture in his left foot.[10] He was removed from the disabled list on July 7.[11] In 2014, he batted .235/.293/.415 in 328 at bats.[12] Seattle Mariners[edit] On June 3, 2015, the Diamondbacks traded Trumbo and Vidal Nuño to the Seattle Mariners for catcher Welington Castillo, reliever Dominic Leone, and prospects Gabby Guerrero and Jack Reinheimer.[13] Trumbo played in 96 games for the Mariners and slashed .263/.316/.419 while hitting 13 home runs, 13 doubles, and driving in 41 runs. Baltimore Orioles[edit] 2016[edit] On December 2, 2015, the Mariners traded Trumbo and C. J. Riefenhauser to the Baltimore Orioles for Steve Clevenger.[14] Trumbo went 4-for-5 in the first game of the 2016 season, his sixth career game with four hits. Trumbo hit his first home run in an Orioles uniform on April 11. He homered again the next day. Trumbo homered for the third time in four games on April 14, and on April 15, Trumbo became the first Oriole to hit two home runs in the same inning, driving in a total of five runs in the Orioles 11-5 comeback victory over the Rangers. It was Trumbo's eighth career multi-homer game. Through his first ten games, Trumbo hit .400, five home runs, and had 11 RBIs. Trumbo was later named AL co-Player of the week after slashing .320/.346/.960, hitting five home runs, driving in 11 runs, and scoring eight times. For the month of April, Trumbo slashed .337/.385/.573 with a .958 OPS, six home runs, 19 RBIs, and three doubles. Trumbo collected his ninth career multi-homer game on May 3 in a 4-1 victory over the Yankees. On May 11, Trumbo had his tenth career multi-homer game. Trumbo finished May with a slash line of .239/.291/.550. Despite the low average, he hit nine home runs in the month and collected 18 RBIs. He also added five doubles and a triple. In a 12-7 victory over the Red Sox on June 2, Trumbo and the Orioles blasted a season-high seven home runs, two of which belonged to Trumbo. Trumbo had a strong June, as he slashed .281/.328/.553 while blasting eight home runs and driving in 23 runs. He was later selected to participate in the Home Run Derby and was selected to his second career All-Star Game. In the derby, Trumbo hit 16 home runs in the first round and 14 in the second, eventually losing to the Derby champion Giancarlo Stanton. On August 18, Trumbo set a new career high in home runs, 35, against the Houston Astros. On August 22, Trumbo hit a go-ahead 2-run home run against the Washington Nationals. With the home run, he collected his 500th career RBI. The home run was also his seventh consecutive hit being a home run. On August 28, Trumbo hit his 40th home run of the season. He became the fifth-fastest Oriole to hit their 40th home run in a season (Chris Davis, Jim Gentile, Brady Anderson & Frank Robinson). On September 18, Trumbo set a new career high in RBIs, with 101, by hitting his 43rd home run of the year against the Tampa Bay Rays. Trumbo hit his league-leading 44th home run of the year on September 23 in a 3-2 walkoff victory over the Diamondbacks. It was the fifth walkoff home run of his career. Trumbo ended the year having played in 159 games, slashing .256/.316/.533 while hitting a Major League-leading 47 home runs and driving in 108 RBIs. Trumbo tied a career-high in games played and on-base percentage, while setting career-highs in runs scored, hits, home runs, RBIs, slugging percentage and OPS. His 47 home runs tied him for fourth most home runs in a single season in Orioles franchise history, tied with teammate Chris Davis. The Orioles finished the season 89-73, qualifying for the final postseason spot. In the Orioles Wild Card game, Trumbo hit a fourth inning 2-run home run to give the Orioles an early 2-1 lead. The Orioles lost 5-2 in 11 innings.[citation needed] Trumbo won the AL Sporting News Comeback Player of the Year Award for his accomplishments during the 2016 season.[15] He also won the Silver Slugger Award, the first of his career.[16] 2017[edit] On January 20, 2017, Trumbo signed a three-year contract with the Orioles.[17] On Opening Day, Trumbo hit a walk-off home run for the Orioles, against the Blue Jays, in the eleventh inning.[18] He finished the game with two hits, a double, a home run and two RBIs. The blast was Trumbo's sixth career walk-off homer.[19] On September 5, 2017, Trumbo hit his 200th career home run off of CC Sabathia. In 2017, he batted .234/.289/.397 in 559 at bats.[20] References[edit]

^ "Mark Trumbo Stats". Baseball Almanac. Retrieved December 3, 2012.  ^ "Years Later, Barnes Gets a Big Hit Off Pettitte". The New York Times. May 1, 2013. Retrieved January 20, 2017.  ^ "Mark Trumbo". Retrieved January 20, 2017.  ^ "Mark Tumbo". Baseball-Reference.Com. Retrieved December 3, 2012.  ^ Drellich, Evan (September 6, 2010). "Trumbo, Conger among Angels' "call-ups" angelsbaseball.com: News". Mlb.mlb.com. MLB.com. Retrieved September 7, 2010.  ^ Baxter, Kevin (July 1, 2012). "Angels' Mike Trout, Mark Trumbo show All-Star skills in 10-6 win". Retrieved January 20, 2017 – via LA Times.  ^ [1] ^ "Mark Trumbo traded to Diamondbacks in three-team deal". CBSSports.com. December 12, 2013. Retrieved December 10, 2013.  ^ "D-backs use three-team deal to get Trumbo's power bat". Major League Baseball. Retrieved June 4, 2015.  ^ [2] ^ "Foot fracture sends Trumbo to disabled list". mlb.com. April 24, 2014. Retrieved April 24, 2014.  ^ [3] ^ "Mark Trumbo acquired by Seattle Mariners from Arizona Diamondbacks". ESPN.com. Retrieved June 4, 2015.  ^ "Mariners trade Mark Trumbo to the Orioles for first baseman/catcher Steve Clevenger". December 1, 2015. Retrieved January 20, 2017.  ^ Encina, Eduardo (2016-10-25). "Orioles' Mark Trumbo named Sporting News American League Comeback Player of the Year". The Baltimore Sun. Retrieved January 20, 2017.  ^ Ghiroli, Brittany (2016-11-10). "Orioles' Mark Trumbo wins Silver Slugger Award". MLB News. Retrieved January 20, 2017.  ^ Randhawa, Manny (2017-01-20). "O's re-sign Trumbo to 3-year deal". MLB.com. Retrieved 2017-01-20.  ^ Wagner, Laura (2017-03-04). "Mark Trumbo Does His Thing, Crushes Extra-Inning Walk-Off Homer". Deadspin. Retrieved 2017-04-06.  ^ Chisholm, Gregor; Ghiroli, Brittany (2017-04-03). "O's walk off vs. Blue Jays on Trumbo's homer". Baltimore Orioles. Retrieved 2017-04-06.  ^ [4]

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American League Outfielder Silver Slugger Award

1980: Oglivie, Oliver, Wilson 1981: Evans, Henderson, Winfield 1982: Jackson, Wilson, Winfield 1983: Moseby, Rice, Winfield 1984: Armas, Rice, Winfield 1985: Bell, Henderson, Winfield 1986: Barfield, Bell, Puckett 1987: Bell, Evans, Puckett 1988: Canseco, Greenwell, Puckett 1989: Puckett, Sierra, Yount 1990: Burks, Canseco, Henderson 1991: Canseco, Carter, Griffey Jr. 1992: Carter, González, Puckett 1993: Belle, González, Griffey Jr. 1994: Belle, Griffey Jr., Puckett 1995: Belle, Ramirez, Salmon 1996: Belle, González, Griffey Jr. 1997: Griffey Jr., González, Justice 1998: Belle, González, Griffey Jr. 1999: Green, Griffey Jr., Ramirez 2000: Erstad, Ordóñez, Ramirez 2001: González, Ramirez, Suzuki 2002: Anderson, Ordóñez, Williams 2003: Anderson, Ramirez, Wells 2004: Guerrero, Ramirez, Sheffield 2005: Guerrero, Ramirez, Sheffield 2006: Dye, Guerrero, Ramirez 2007: Guerrero, Ordóñez, Suzuki 2008: Hamilton, Quentin, Sizemore 2009: Bay, Hunter, Suzuki 2010: Bautista, Crawford, Hamilton 2011: Bautista, Ellsbury, Granderson 2012: Hamilton, Trout, Willingham 2013: Hunter, Jones, Trout 2014: Bautista, Brantley, Trout 2015: Cruz, Martinez, Trout 2016: Betts, Trout, Trumbo 2017: Judge, Springer, Upton

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Sporting News American League Comeback Player of the Year Award

1965: Cash 1966: Powell 1967: Chance 1968: Harrelson 1969: Conigliaro 1970: Wright 1971: Cash 1972: Tiant 1973: Hiller 1974: Jenkins 1975: Powell 1976: Ellis 1977: Soderholm 1978: Caldwell 1979: Horton 1980: Keough 1981: Zisk 1982: Thornton 1983: Trammell 1984: Kingman 1985: G. Thomas 1986: Candelaria 1987: Saberhagen 1988: Davis 1989: Blyleven 1990: Winfield 1991: Guzmán 1992: Sutcliffe 1993: Jackson 1994: Canseco 1995: Wakefield 1996: Elster 1997: Justice 1998: Saberhagen 1999: Jaha 2000: F. Thomas 2001: Sierra 2002: Salmon 2003: Meche 2004: Konerko 2005: Giambi 2006: Thome 2007: Peña 2008: Lee 2009: Hill 2010: Guerrero 2011: Ellsbury 2012: Dunn 2013: Rivera 2014: Young 2015: Fielder 2016: Trumbo

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American League season home run leaders

1901: Lajoie 1902: Seybold 1903: Freeman 1904: H. Davis 1905: H. Davis 1906: H. Davis 1907: H. Davis 1908: Crawford 1909: Cobb 1910: Stahl 1911: Baker 1912: Baker & Speaker 1913: Baker 1914: Baker 1915: Roth 1916: Pipp 1917: Pipp 1918: Ruth & Walker 1919: Ruth 1920: Ruth 1921: Ruth 1922: K. Williams 1923: Ruth 1924: Ruth 1925: Meusel 1926: Ruth 1927: Ruth 1928: Ruth 1929: Ruth 1930: Ruth 1931: Ruth & Gehrig 1932: Foxx 1933: Foxx 1934: Gehrig 1935: Greenberg & Foxx 1936: Gehrig 1937: DiMaggio 1938: Greenberg 1939: Foxx 1940: Greenberg 1941: T. Williams 1942: T. Williams 1943: York 1944: Etten 1945: Stephens 1946: Greenberg 1947: T. Williams 1948: DiMaggio 1949: T. Williams 1950: Rosen 1951: Zernial 1952: Doby 1953: Rosen 1954: Doby 1955: Mantle 1956: Mantle 1957: Sievers 1958: Mantle 1959: Killebrew & Colavito 1960: Mantle 1961: Maris 1962: Killebrew 1963: Killebrew 1964: Killebrew 1965: Conigliaro 1966: Robinson 1967: Yastrzemski & Killebrew 1968: Howard 1969: Killebrew 1970: Howard 1971: Melton 1972: Allen 1973: Jackson 1974: Allen 1975: Jackson & Scott 1976: Nettles 1977: Rice 1978: Rice 1979: Thomas 1980: Jackson & Oglivie 1981: Grich, Murray, Evans & Armas 1982: Jackson & Thomas 1983: Rice 1984: Armas 1985: Evans 1986: Barfield 1987: McGwire 1988: Canseco 1989: McGriff 1990: Fielder 1991: Canseco & Fielder 1992: González 1993: González 1994: Griffey Jr. 1995: Belle 1996: McGwire 1997: Griffey Jr. 1998: Griffey Jr. 1999: Griffey Jr. 2000: Glaus 2001: Rodriguez 2002: Rodriguez 2003: Rodriguez 2004: Ramirez 2005: Rodriguez 2006: Ortiz 2007: Rodriguez 2008: Cabrera 2009: Peña & Teixiera 2010: Bautista 2011: Bautista 2012: Cabrera 2013: C. Davis 2014: Cruz 2015: C. Davis 2016: Trumbo 2017: Judge

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Baltimore Orioles current roster

Active roster

1 Tim Beckham 2 Danny Valencia 6 Jonathan Schoop 10 Adam Jones 13 Manny Machado 14 Craig Gentry 15 Chance Sisco 16 Trey Mancini 19 Chris Davis 24 Pedro Álvarez 25 Anthony Santander 30 Chris Tillman 34 Kevin Gausman 35 Brad Brach 36 Caleb Joseph 37 Dylan Bundy 38 Pedro Araújo 43 Mike Wright 48 Richard Bleier 50 Miguel Castro 51 Nestor Cortes Jr. 54 Andrew Cashner 56 Darren O'Day 60 Mychal Givens 66 Tanner Scott

Inactive roster

12 Engelb Vielma 17 Alex Cobb 18 Austin Hays 23 Joey Rickard 27 Andrew Susac 29 Austin Wynns 31 Jimmy Yacabonis 32 Yefry Ramírez 39 Hunter Harvey 41 David Hess 57 Donnie Hart 62 Chris Lee

Disabled list

28 Colby Rasmus 45 Mark Trumbo 49 Gabriel Ynoa 53 Zach Britton

Coaching staff

Manager 26 Buck Showalter Bench 77 John Russell First base 21 Wayne Kirby Third base 11 Bobby Dickerson Hitting 47 Scott Coolbaugh Assistant hitting 88 Howie Clark Pitching 40 Roger McDowell Bullpen 75 Alan Mills Co

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