Found June 25, 2013 on Larry Brown Sports:
PLAYERS: Mike Trout
TEAMS: Los Angeles Angels
Mike Trout is only 21 years old and in his second big league season, but it’s not too early to start talking about the phenom’s chances of making it to Cooperstown. SUBWAY® is celebrating “The Boys in the Hall” and asked us to evaluate Trout’s likelihood of becoming a Hall of Fame player. Based on [...]
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