Mike Trout: wife, stats, contract, salary, age, NET WORTH

Mike Trout: wife, stats, contract, salary, age, NET WORTH

Samuel Lisubila
September 21, 2022 at 9:23 AM

Mike Trout is an American professional baseball centre fielder for the Los Angeles Angels of Major League Baseball. Drafted in the first round of the 2009 MLB draft, he has been named one of the best players in the MLB in 2022. Who is Mike Trout's wife? Hang on to get to know more about the athlete.

Mike Trout's net worth
Mike Trout of the Los Angeles Angels warms up prior to a game against the Cleveland Guardians at Progressive Field on 12 September 2022 in Cleveland, Ohio. Photo: Nick Cammett
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In the 2021-22 season, Mike Trout got off to one of the hottest starts of his career, thanks to an injury. He has been a critical piece to the Los Angeles Angels, and his absence is a total loss to the team.

Profile summary

Full name

Michael Nelson Trout


God's gift, Prince fish, Kingfish 2.0, The Millville Meteor



Date of birth

7 August 1991


31 as of 2022

Place of birth

Vineland, New Jersey, U.S


Professional baseball player


Major League Baseball (MLB)

Current team

Los Angeles Angels





Jersey no


Current residence

Newport Beach

Years active

2011 - 2022 (present)





Height in feet

6 feet 2 inches

Height in centimetres


Weight in kilograms


Weight in pounds


Eye colour

Hazel grey

Hair colour

Light brown


Jeff and Debbie Trout


Tyler Trout (brother) and Teal Trout (sister)

Marital status

Jessica Cox (wife)


Beckham Aaron Trout (son)

Net worth

$60 million


Twitter, Instagram, Facebook

Mike Trout's age

The athlete is 31 years of age as of 2022. He is at the peak of his career and has not stated when he will retire. He stands at 6 feet 2 inches and weighs 106 kgs.

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Mike Trout's biography

Just as his nickname, The Millville Meteor, he was born in Vineland, New Jersey, on 7 August 1991 and brought up nearby Millville. He lived with his parents, Jeff and Debbie Trout, and his elder siblings, sister Teal and brother Tyler.

Going to high school, Trout attended Millville Senior Highschool, where he played baseball and basketball. He played as the pitcher and shortstop in his junior career but shifted to the outfield during his senior career, where he hit 18 home runs, a New Jersey high school record.

Millville initially planned to retire Mike's jersey number but began awarding it to the team captain in 2012.

Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim selected Mike as the 25th overall pick of the 2009 Major League Baseball (MLB) draft. He played for the Arizona Angels of the rookie-level Arizona League, where Cody Decker beat him out of being AZL's Most Valuable Player (MVP).

Mike Trout's biography
Mike Trout of the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim poses during their photo day at Tempe Diablo Stadium on 21 February 2011 in Tempe, Arizona. Photo: Rob Tringali
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He played for different Minor League teams before finally joining the Los Angeles Angels by replacing the injured Peter Bourjos in centre field. However, he continued switching from the Minor League to the Angels, pulling off impressive performances wherever he went.

In February 2014, Trout signed a one-year $1 million contract, the highest figure ever for a player not eligible for salary arbitration. A month later, on 28 March 2014, the Angels announced that they had signed him to a six-year, $144.5 million contract extension.

In the same year, Trout won the AL MVP unanimously, becoming the sixth player in MLB history to win both the Regular season and All-star MVP awards in the same season.

At the same time, he was the fifth-youngest MVP ever, the fifteenth to win unanimously, and the third in Angel's franchise history after Vladimir Guerrero in 2004.

Mike Trout's biography
Mike Trout of the Los Angeles Angels reacts after hitting a single against the Cleveland Guardians at Progressive Field on 14 September 2022 in Cleveland. Photo: Jason Miller
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In the 2016 season, Trout won his second AL MVP after finishing second in the voting the previous year.

In the 2019 season, he signed a 12-year, $426 million contract with the Angels, at the time, the richest contract in the history of Northern American sports. In the same season, Mike won the AL Hank Aaron award and was named AL MVP for the third time in his career. He joined Albert Pujols as the only active MLB player with three MVP awards.

During 2020, the pandemic's shortened season, he was hitting .281/.390/.603 with 17 home runs (tied for 4th) and 46 RBIs (6th) in 53 games.

The 2021 season was terrible for the All-star as he suffered a calf muscle injury that shut him down for the rest of the season. On his return, Trout was to move from centre field to a corner outfield spot while former top prospect Brandon Marsh would patrol centre field as he did during Mike's injured list stint in 2021.

Mike Trout's biography
Mike Trout of the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim runs in between innings against the Los Angeles Dodgers at Tempe Diablo Stadium on 26 February 2011 in Tempe, Arizona. Photo: Norm Hall
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Trout learned about the position swap through a Twitter post and was surprised by Angel's manager, Joe Maddon's decision. Unfortunately, all his efforts to move back to the centre field were in vain as the manager had his final decision.

However, this didn't stop the three-time MVP as he went on to perform incredibly well. On 21 May, he scored his 1000th run, becoming the 2nd player in Angel's history to score 1000 or more. In a five-game series against Seattle Mariners in the same season, Trout became the only player in the American or National League to hit four game-winning home runs during a series while becoming the fifth Angel player (and his second time) to hit five home runs in a series.

However, the season didn't get any better after Mike went on the injured list after suffering a rare back disorder called costovertebral dysfunction which sadly may affect the rest of his career.

Mike Trout's stats

Mike Trout's stats
Mike Trout of the Los Angeles Angels with his Ted Williams Most Valuable Player trophy after the 86th MLB All-Star Game at Great American Ball Park on 14 July 2015 in Ohio. Photo: Mark Cunningham
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Throughout his career, Mike Trout has been a menace to his opponents. He has won multiple awards despite injuries that tried to hold him back and still shows more resilience as he moves on. Here are his career and the 2022 regular season stats:

Regular Season: 384 At Bats, 74 runs, 106 hits, 71 Runs Batted In, 47 Walks, 124 Strikeouts, 36 Home runs, 1 Stolen Base and .276 Batting Average.

Career: 5040 At Bats, 1041 runs, 1525 hits, 887 Runs Batted In, 912 Walks, 1339 Strikeouts, 346 Home runs, 204 Stolen bases and .303 Batting Averages.

Mike Trout's contract

Mike Trout's contract
Mike Trout of the Los Angeles Angels poses for a photo during the All-Star Red Carpet Show at L.A. Live on Tuesday, 19 July 2022 in Los Angeles, California. Photo: Daniel Shirey
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In March 2019, the Vineland professional signed a 12-year, $426.5 million contract. Breaking it down, it totals an average salary of $35.54 million. This became the highest agreement in professional sports history before Kansas City Chief's quarterback Patrick Mahomes topped him only sixteen months later.

Mike Trout's injury

On 12 July, during the 2022 campaign, Mike suffered a rare costovertebral dysfunction at T5 in his back. As a result, he missed the rest of the season only to return on 19 August in a series opener against the Tigers. He started at centre field and hit second in the lineup behind two-way star Shohei Ohtani.

Who is Mike Trout's wife?

The Los Angeles Angels centre fielder has been married to his high school sweetheart, Jessica Cox, since 2017. Born on 5 October 1989 in Millville, New Jersey, she is 32 years as of 2022. She is a primary school teacher, and they both live happily in their Newport beach mansion, together with their two-year-old son.

Mike Trout's net worth

According to different sources, as of 2022, the baseball legend's salary is an estimated $60 million. This comes primarily from his $35.54 million average annual salary as a professional baseball player in the MLB. However, he also earns from businesses and endorsements on and off the public eye.

How good is Mike Trout?

Mike Trout's net worth
Mike Trout of the Los Angeles Angels looks on during a game against the Tampa Bay Rays at Tropicana Field on 23 August 2022 in St Petersburg, Florida. Photo: Mike Ehrmann
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Trout has always been a go-getter since his childhood and has grown to be one of the most successful baseball players in the MLB. Thanks to his skill and zeal, he has earned multiple awards in nearly 11 full big-league seasons. In addition, the superstar was crowned Hall of Famer at only 27 years of age in 2019 and is claimed the hottest hitter in the MLB by fans.

Trout's consistency in excellent performance has made him a true definition of baseball success. Growing from niche nerd concerns to mainstream sports discussion, he will be forever termed one of the greatest ever to live. However, with Mike Trout's wife on his side, the family man is expected to reach heights that will term him the GOAT.

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