How much is Mike Trout’s salary?

Last Modified Jul 12, 2023 09:33 GMT
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Michael Nelson Trout is one of the most popular players in American baseball. A center fielder, he plays for the Los Angeles Angels in the MLB.


Mike Trout was born on August 7, 1991 in Vineland, New Jersey. He grew up a fan of the Philadelphia Phillies. He made his MLB debut for the Angels on July 8, 2011. Since then, he has won praise for his baseball skills. He was AL Rookie of the Year in 2012. He was also the AL stolen base leader in 2012. He is a 9-time Silver Slugger Award winner from 2012-2016, 2018-2020 and in 2022. Additionally, he is a 2-time Hank Aaron Award Winner in 2012 and 2014. He became a 3-time MVP in 2014, 2016 and 2019. He was a 3-time member of the All-MLB First Team in 2019, 2020 and 2022. Finally, he is a 10-time All-Star from 2012-2019 and 2021-2022. In 2023, he was set to make his 11th appearance as an All-Star but was replaced due to injury.


Mike Trout has notched up a batting average of .301 with 368 home runs, 940 RBI, 206 stolen bases, .412 OBP and .994 OPS. He is undoubtedly one of the best baseball players in present times.


Mike Trout’s salary

Mike Trout is all set to earn $35,450,000 in 2023 according to spotrac.com. This is because he signed a 12 year deal with the Los Angeles Angels worth $426, 500,000 in 2019. It also made the highest paid MLB player at the time.


Mike Trout’s contract history

Los Angeles Angels (2009)

Mike Trout got a signing bonus of $1,215,000 after signing a contract with the Los Angeles Angels in 2009. He debuted for the MLB in 2011.


Los Angeles Angels (2012-2012)

In 2012, Mike Trout signed a 1-year $482,500 contract with the Los Angeles Angels.


Los Angeles Angels (2013-2013)

Mike Trout decided to continue with the Los Angeles Angels. He signed a 1-year $510,000 contract with the Los Angeles Angels.


Los Angeles Angels (2014-2019)

Mike Trout initially signed a 1-year contract worth $1 million with the Los Angeles Angels on February 26, 2014. However, he got a contract extension for 6 years worth $144.5 million on March 28, 2014. By this time, he has proved his value to the team.


Los Angeles Angels (2019-2030)

Mike Trout signed a 12-year contract extension with the Los Angeles Angels worth $426.5 million. It made him the highest paid MLB player at the time.


Mike Trout’s career earnings

In 2023, after playing 13 seasons in the MLB, Mike Trout will have a total career earnings of $232,290,125 so far according to spotrac.com. These will include his total signing bonuses of $21,215,000 along with his salaries of $210,825,125. Moreover, he will also earn income through endorsing and sponsoring deals with various companies.



FAQs

A. Mike Trout is 31 years old.

A. Mike Trout is a center fielder in baseball. He bats and throws right-handed.

A. Mike Trout has scored 368 home runs in his career so far.

A. Mike Trout made his MLB debut for the Los Angeles Angels on July 8, 2011.

A. Mike Trout is a 10-timer All-Star from 2012-2019, 2021 and 2022. In 2023, he was all set to make his 11th All-Star appearance but he was replaced due to injury.

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