Mike Trout was named (once again) the Most Valuable Player of the 2015 MLB All-Star Game.
Trout becomes the first player in MLB history to win consecutive MVP awards after the 6-3 victory by the American League. He finished 1-3 with two runs, a walk, and a leadoff HR.
GIF: Mike Trout's HR swing in slow motion pic.twitter.com/hpBxE0WxXR
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Trout also becomes only the fifth player to receive the MVP trophy in multiple years, joining Cal Ripken Jr, Gary Carter, Steve Garvey, and Willie Mays.