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Angels rookie Trout goes to school Angels rookie phenom Mike Trout, the AL Rookie of the Month for May, cheap oakley sunglasses online visits Violette Elementary in Garden Grove on May 30, 2012, as part of the Angels Baseball Foundation Adopt A School program.

This was the first local community visit for Trout, 20, the Angels leadoff hitter and outfielder who is the second youngest player in the majors. Violette Elementary principal Ryan Baker thanks Angels cheap oakley mens sunglasses outfielder Mike Trout for visiting his school on May 30, 2012. Baker, wearing a Jered Weaver jersey T shirt, has been a long time Angels fan and enjoyed having Trout visit on this day, the morning after the left fielder made the home run robbing catch that was ESPN top play. Angels Strike Force members join Angels outfielder Mike Trout and broadcaster Terry Smith on their May 30, 2012, visit to Violette Elementary. Catcher Bobby Wilson, catcher Chris Iannetta, outfielder Peter Bourjos and relief pitcher Ernesto Frieri are also making school visits for this year Adopt A School program, sponsored by the Angels Baseball Foundation. Angels rookie outfielder Mike Trout shakes the hand of Violette Elementary principal Ryan Baker at the conclusion of a May 30, 2012, assembly in which Trout talked about the importance of working hard in the classroom to help you have the best chance to do what you want in life. Angels rookie outfielder Mike Trout oakley view meets students at Violette Elementary after his May 30, 2012, assembly as part of the Angels Baseball Foundation Adopt A School program. Many students are surprised to learn that Trout is only 20 years old and the second youngest player in the majors. Rising star Mike Trout has been an Angels top prospect since he was drafted 25th overall in the 2009 first year player draft. The New Jersey native has made a huge impact this season, batting.318 as of Monday, with five home runs, 23 runs scored, 20 RBI and eight stolen bases. Angels rookie outfielder Mike Trout has become a critical part of the Angels offense since his April 28, 2012, call up from Triple A Salt Lake. Looking like he in the majors to stay, Trout was asked by the community relations department to speak to students on May 30, 2012, at Violette Elementary for his first Angels coordinated off the field appearance. Angels rookie outfielder Mike Trout joins Angels radio broadcaster Terry Smith and members of Angels Strike Force for hundreds of photos during his May 30, 2012, visit to Violette Elementary. Trout was a good sport in making his first community appearance for the Angels. He says he enjoyed school when he was a kid, which wasn that long ago for the 20 year old. Click to see a slide show of his visit. Angels rookie Mike Trout prepares to sign autographs for the Violette Elementary students who have had a perfect conduct record for the entire school year during his May 30, 2012, visit there. He admits to the students that his favorite class in school was gym. But he also liked history. Angels rookie Mike Trout gets ready to sign nearly 100 autographs for top students and faculty members at Violette Elementary during his May 30, 2012, visit there. Trout, the AL Rookie of the Month for May, has been the Angels top prospect. A number of the older students believe that Trout autograph "is going to worth a ton of money" some day, one says, running off with an autographed cap. Angels rookie Mike Trout signs Angels cards, ballcaps and baseballs for selected students at Violette Elementary on May 30, 2012. The students were selected by teachers for having perfect conduct through the school year. "Hey, what up, little man?" Angels rookie Mike Trout asks a student before signing his Angels ballcap. The student was so starstruck during Trout May 30, 2012, visit to Violette Elementary that the boy stayed silent, smiled and ran away. Two members of Angels Strike Force hold up an Adopt A School banner during the May 30, 2012, visit that Angels outfielder Mike Trout and Angels broadcaster Terry Smith made to Violette Elementary. The Angels are making five visits to elementary schools in this year program: Thomas Edison School, Patrick Henry School, Violette Elementary School, Lowell Elementary and West Orange Elementary. Students at Violette Elementary show their Angels pride during Angels outfielder Mike Trout visit to the school on May 30, 2012. Trout, 20, a rookie called up on April 28, is still new to a lot of these young Angels fans who had questions about Angels veteran outfielder Torii Hunter, pitcher Jered Weaver and popular slugger Albert Pujols. All 548 students at Violette Elementary in Garden Grove turn out on the playground for an assembly featuring Angels rookie outfielder Mike Trout and Angels broadcaster Terry Smith on Wednesday, May 30, 2012. The event is part of the Angels Baseball Foundation Adopt A School program. The club selects five elementary and five high schools each year to adopt. Each elementary school gets a visit from an Angel plus a $1,000 donation and a school supply packet. Students at Violette Elementary has tons of questions for Angels rookie Mike Trout on his May 30, 2012, visit to their school. They wanted to know when he started to play baseball (age 2) and who inspired him to play (his parents). Angels rookie outfielder Mike Trout, left, seated beside Angels radio broadcaster Terry Smith, answers questions during his May 30, 2012, visit to Violette Elementary. Trout, who had a 3.4 grade point average at Millville High in New Jersey, tells the students that they need to have to keep their grades up to play sports. He also says that he still studies every day, poring over game film to prepare him for his at bats. Angels rookie outfielder Mike Trout tells the students at Violette Elementary during his May 30, 2012, visit that he has played baseball for 18 of his 20 years and still has fun playing the game. Violette Elementary students listen to Angels rookie Mike Trout about the importance of education during his May 30, 2012, school visit as part of the Angels Baseball Foundation Adopt A School program. Many students raise their hands when asked whether they had watched the Angels 5 1 victory over the Yankees the night before. In the game, Trout has an RBI triple and a highlight reel catch in left field, robbing Nick Swisher of a home run. Angels rookie Mike Trout laughs when a Violette Elementary student asks if he nervous talking to the school during his May 30, 2012, visit. It was the first appearance Trout, 20, has made for the Angels community relations department. After a few warmup questions, he aced it. Angels outfielder Mike Trout, the 2010 and 2011 Minor League Player of the Year, has been a key to the Angels resurgence in May after a slow start. "We doing better and the clubhouse is really bonding," Trout says about the team that was 6 14 before he was called up from Triple A Salt Lake for his second trip in the majors. With Trout in the lineup, the Angels have gone 22 13. Angels rookie outfielder Mike Trout takes the microphone from AM 830 Angels radio play by play broadcaster Terry Smith during their visit to Violette Elementary on May 30, 2012. Smith introduces Trout as a talented young player who had been in high school just three years ago. Smith says that Trout performance this season has already made him a candidate for AL Rookie of the Year honors. Angels broadcaster Terry Smith and rookie outfielder Mike Trout take some funny questions from the students at Violette Elementary during their May 30, 2012, visit to the school. Trout was asked what his favorite thing to do is. The students figured he answer with baseball but Trout volunteered that he likes to hunt and fish and play golf. "But I not very good at that (golf)," Trout says. Angels rookie Mike Trout is overwhelmed by his reception at his first community visit for the Angels on May 30, 2012, at Violette Elementary. Marilyn oakley factory store Crist first grade class made banners welcoming the Angels star.

"I like Mike. I think he so cool," says Violette Elementary fifth grader Mariyan Sancen, 10, who says that she has been an Angels fan since she was "a baby." Angels rookie Mike Trout visited the school on May 30, 2012.


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