Trevor Story was born on Sunday, November 15, 1992, in Irving, Texas. Story was 23 years old when he broke into the big leagues on April 4, 2016, with the Colorado Rockies. His biographical data, year-by-year hitting stats, fielding stats, pitching stats (where applicable), career totals, uniform numbers, salary data and miscellaneous items-of-interest are presented by Baseball Almanac on this comprehensive Trevor Story baseball stats page.
Trevor Story Autograph on a 2011 Bowman Sterling Baseball Card (#BSP-TS)
Trevor Story Pitching Stats
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Trevor Story Miscellaneous Items of Interest
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|2016 Colorado Rockies||27||$507,500.00||-||-|
|2017 Colorado Rockies||27||$540,000.00||-||-|
|2018 Colorado Rockies||27||$555,000.00||Stats||-|
|2019 Colorado Rockies||27||$5,000,000.00||-||-|
|Trevor Story Stats by Baseball Almanac|
On April 4, 2016 , Trevor Story became the first player in National League history to hit two home runs during his first Major League game , joining four American League players; Bob Nieman ( September 14, 1951 ), Bert Campaneris ( July 23, 1964 ), Mark Quinn ( September 14, 1999 ) and J.P. Arencibia ( August 7, 2010 ). Story, not content with just a little National League history, was also the first player in Major League history to hit two home runs in his Major League debut during an Opening Day game! A storybook start...
On April 8, 2016 , in his fourth career game, Trevor Story recorded his second multi-homer game, the fastest player with two multi-homer games in Major League history, surpassing the previous record set by Mark Quinn , who hit two during his big league debut on September 14, 1999 , then two on September 20, 1999 , a seven day span.
Trevor Story was named the best Player of the Week in the National League during his debut, not just because of those two games, but because he also homered in his third career game, because he finished with six home runs in his first four games, and because he homered in his sixth career game - setting a Major League record for most home runs (7) in a team's first week, breaking the mark of six, held previously by Willie Mays , Mike Schmidt and Larry Walker . Story finished off his first month in the majors with ten home runs, tying the rookie record for most homers in a player's first month, set by Jose Abreu .
Trevor Story is one of only four National League shortstops to collect eighty extra-base hits in a season (85 in 2018), joining Jimmy Rollins (88 in 2007 ), Ernie Banks (82 in 1955 , 81 in 1958 , 80 in 1960 ), and Hanley Ramirez (81 in 2007 ).
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Last-Modified: June 20, 2019 3:00 AM EST