Found May 06, 2013 on The Last Angry Fan:
PLAYERS: Mike Trout
TEAMS: Los Angeles Angels
For their June 18 game against the Mariners the Angels are giving away these Mike Trout fish hats to honor the AL Rookie of the Year who shares his last name with the species belonging to the Oncorhynchus genera (Ed note: chicks dig complicated science speak). These hats are spiffy for sure, if not terribly corny, but as is with all things, it could have been worse…much worse. Just imagine what kind of hat the Angels might have given away had their superstar outfielder been blessed with the surname Woodcock, Knipple or Lovehole. [Eye on Baseball] The post Angels giving away these Mike Trout fish hats because trouts are fish appeared first on Last Angry Fan.

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