On Sunday, Mike Trout turned 25 years old. Yes, the best baseball player in the world for the last five years just turned 25 years old. That’s a scary thought for the rest of the league.

Well, Trout had a game on his birthday against the Seattle Mariners, and he celebrated by robbing Seattle’s Leonys Martin of a grand slam:

At the dish, Trout went 0-for-4 with four strikeouts, but that grand slam-saving catch certainly outweighs a few whiffs.

Unfortunately for Trout, the rest of the Angels team is very bad and didn’t do anything to help him out, in a 3-1 Mariners win. Trout’s teammates were also mean to him in the pregame as they cracked raw eggs on his head:


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