2023 Mike Trout Home Run Tracker

mike trout home run tracker

Last Updated on October 3, 2023 by Matt Musico

Los Angeles Angels outfielder Mike Trout is only playing in his age-31 season in 2023, but he’s already an inner-circle Hall of Famer. His consistently elite production is quite amazing when looking at his overall resume. He’s racked up three different 40-homer seasons, and his last one in 2022 might be the most impressive. When you still hit 40 dingers while playing in less than 120 games, it means we need to keep a close eye on you moving forward. That’s why we’ve created this 2023 Mike Trout Home Run Tracker.

Below, you’ll find all the pertinent information you’d want to know about his 2023 tanks. This includes the date and opponent, along with the distance and exit velocity for each dinger.

2023 Mike Trout Home Run Tracker

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Home Run No. 1: April 2nd vs. Oakland Athletics

Distance: 434 feet

Exit Velocity: 109.1 mph

Home Run No. 2: April 7th vs. Toronto Blue Jays

Distance: 441 feet

Exit Velocity: 112.3 mph

Home Run No. 3: April 8th vs. Toronto Blue Jays

Distance: 427 feet

Exit Velocity: 109.4 mph

Home Run No. 4: April 22nd vs. Kansas City Royals

Distance: 425 feet

Exit Velocity: 107.1 mph

Home Run No. 5: April 23rd vs. Kansas City Royals

Distance: 389 feet

Exit Velocity: 100.6 mph

Home Run No. 6: April 29th vs. Milwaukee Brewers

Distance: 428 feet

Exit Velocity: 106.2 mph

Home Run No. 7: April 29th vs. Milwaukee Brewers

Distance: 405 feet

Exit Velocity: 100.7 mph

Home Run No. 8: May 3rd vs. St. Louis Cardinals

Distance: 367 feet

Exit Velocity: 98.5 mph

Home Run No. 9: May 17th vs. Baltimore Orioles

Distance: 396 feet

Exit Velocity: 107.9 mph

Home Run No. 10: May 18th vs. Baltimore Orioles

Distance: 408 feet

Exit Velocity: 110.4 mph

Home Run No. 11: May 23rd vs. Boston Red Sox

Distance: 393 feet

Exit Velocity: 106.6 mph

Home Run No. 12: May 24th vs. Boston Red Sox

Distance: 396 feet

Exit Velocity: 104.4 mph

Home Run No. 13: May 31st vs. Chicago White Sox

Distance: 461 feet (I know this is different from the tweet, but this is the right distance according to Statcast)

Exit Velocity: 110.8 mph

Home Run No. 14: June 7th vs. Chicago Cubs

Distance: 388 feet

Exit Velocity: 104.6 mph

Home Run No. 15: June 18th vs. Kansas City Royals

Distance: 408 feet

Exit Velocity: 105.4 mph

Home Run No. 16: June 23rd vs. Colorado Rockies

Distance: 434 feet

Exit Velocity: 105 mph

Home Run No. 17: June 24th vs. Colorado Rockies

Distance: 451 feet

Exit Velocity: 110.5 mph

Home Run No. 18: July 2nd vs. Arizona Diamondbacks

Distance: 436 feet

Exit Velocity: 108.2 mph

On an individual basis, it’s hard to find statistical categories where Trout isn’t among the best. That’s certainly the case when looking at Angels franchise history. He’s already Los Angeles’ all-time home run leader and has littered himself all over the single-season home run leaderboards. And, just in case that wasn’t already enough, Trout is also the owner of the Angels’ center field single-season home run record.

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