2009 Millville high school alum Mike Trout is just 23 years old and is already considered one of the top players in the game today.

Back in November, the Baseball Writers Association of America announced that Trout won the 2014 American League MVP award.

He won the award unanimously, after finishing second behind Miguel Cabrera in the 2012 and 2013 MVP voting but finally got the award this year after batting .287 while belting a career-high 36 homers while driving in 111 runs.  Trout also was awarded the Hank Aaron award, acknowledging the American League's best hitter for 2014.

So can Trout top his 2014 and bring home another MVP title?  We will track his progress everyday with the Trout Report here on 973espn.com and during the Sports Bash daily at 2:45.

Apr 6: Trout homered in his first at-bat of the season against Felix Hernandez.

Apr 15: Trout finished 3-for-4 with two runs scored and an RBI in a win over the Rangers.

Apr 17: Trout became the youngest player in baseball history to accumulate 100 home runs and 100 stolen bases, accomplishing the feat at 23 years and 253 days old, 56 days younger than the previous record-setter Alex Rodriguez.

May 3: Trout's now hitting .318/.425/.591. He's homered six times, driven in 15, scored 22 runs and doesn't turn 24 until August.