Along with Washington Nationals outfielder Bryce Harper, Los Angeles' Mike Trout has been putting together quite an impressive season for someone who can't even legally drink in the United States.
In fact, his season has been so impressive thus far — hitting .347 with 11 home runs, 39 RBIs and 26 stolen bases — he will be one of the Angels’ representatives at the All-Star game on Tuesday at Kansas City's Kauffman Stadium.
Trout has also tied the Angels rookie record with 26 stolen bases by the All-Star break. Who's record did he catch? It just so happens to be NESN's own Jerry Remy, who accomplished the feat in 1975 and ended up with 34 thefts on the season.
Keep this in mind. Remy did it at the age of 22. Trout is only 20 years old — and also has two more games to break Remy's record before the Midsummer Classic.