Trevor John Ikaikaloa Larnach (pronounced LAR-nick)…graduated from College Park High School in Pleasant Hill, CA...rated as the 328th-best high school prospect by Perfect Game...three-year letter winner at College Park while also lettering in two seasons as a forward for the basketball team... First-Team All-League and Second Team All-State as a senior, First-Team All-State as a junior...played three seasons at Oregon State University (see below) where he majored in sociology...participated in 2020 Twins Winter Caravan and 2020 TwinsFest...debuted wearing uniform number 24 in 2021 but switched to 13 prior to 2022 when the Twins acquired Gary Sánchez.
Was an invite to Twins spring training and reassigned to minor league camp on March 23...Began season with Triple-A St. Paul and played in just three games for the Saints before having contract selected on May 7...Made major league debut on May 8 at Detroit, batting fifth and starting in rightfield...went 0-for-4 with a hit-by-pitch...Recorded first career hit on May 12 at Chicago-AL, a pinch-hit double off Liam Hendriks...Recorded first career three-hit game on May 16 vs. Oakland. all singles...tied season-high with three hits again on June 20 at Texas...Recorded first career home run and RBI on May 20 (Game 2) at Los Angeles-AL, a solo shot off Jose Suarez...On May 24 vs. Baltimore, hit a 461-foot solo homer that went into the Delta SKY360 Suite in centerfield...became the seventh batter to homer into the suite, joining ByungHo Park (April 16, 2016, 462 ft.), Miguel Sano (May 2, 2017, 466 ft.), Jake Cave (August 19, 2018, 457 ft.), Tyler Austin (Aug. 26, 2018, 451 ft.), Nelson Cruz (September 12, 2019, 454 ft.) and Josh Donaldson (Sept. 4, 2020, 441 ft.)... his 461-foot homer marked the fourth-longest by a Twins hitter on the season...Two of his batted balls (double on May 17 vs. CWS and homer on July 3 at KC) had an exit velocity of 116.0 mph, per Statcast...the exit velocities were tied for eighth highest by a Twins hitter on the season...Hit .292 (33-for-113) with six doubles, five home runs, 15 RBI, 11 walks and a .377 on-base percentage in a 33-game stretch from June 4-July 4...Optioned to Triple-A St. Paul on August 16 and spent remainder of season in minors...Played in 10 games for the Saints and was placed on the 7-day Injured List on Sept. 4 with a left hand contusion; missed rest of season...Hit .242 (43-for-178) with a .737 OPS against right-handed pitching with Twins and .183 (15-for-82) with a .525 OPS against lefties...His eight hit-by-pitches ranked sixth among major league rookies and are tied for the third most in a single season by a Twins rookie.
Was an invite to Twins spring training...Added to 60-man Player Pool and spent season at alternate training site in St. Paul, MN...Ranked third best prospect in Twins system by Baseball America (40th overall prospect in baseball)…ranked Twins third best prospect by MLB.com (77th in baseball).
Entered season ranked fifth best prospect in the Twins system by Baseball America...split season between Single-A Ft. Myers and Double-A Pensacola...named Twins minor league Player of the Week three times on season: May 12 with Double-A Pensacola (.440, 11-for-25, 2 doubles, 2 home runs, 5 RBI, 7 runs scored, 3 walks and a 1.260 OPS); June 2 with Single-A Ft. Myers (.524, 11-for-21, 2 doubles, 2 home runs, 7 RBI, and 1.427 OPS); and August 11 with Pensacola (.412, 7-for-17, 2 home runs, 5 RBI, 4 walks and a 1.289 OPS)…named MiLB.com Florida State League Player of the Month for May, hitting .371 (36-for-97) with 10 doubles, one triple, four home runs, 17 RBI, 16 walks, 15 runs scored and a 1.075 OPS in 26 games with Ft. Myers...named to both Florida State League Mid- and Postseason All-Star teams...promoted to Double-A Pensacola July 16...named outfielder on MiLB.com’s Twins organization All-Star team...named High Class-A All-Star by Baseball America after season with Ft. Myers...combined to hit .309 (147-for-476) with 30 doubles, one triple, 13 home runs, 66 RBI and an .842 OPS in 127 games between Ft. Myers and Pensacola...among all Twins system, ranked first in hits, second in doubles, fourth in RBI, fifth in walks and third in batting average (min. 200 AB’s)...among all minor league baseball full season leaders, ranked tied for fourth in average, fifth in OBP (.384), and eighth in OPS...named Florida State League Most Valuable Player, the first Twins minor leaguer ever to win the award...named Sherry Robertson Award winner as Twins minor league Player of the Year...named third best prospect in Twins minor league system by Baseball America following season.
Began first professional season with Rookie-Elizabethton...hit safely in each of his first five games, hitting .450 (9-for-20) with a double, four runs scored and nine RBI...promoted to Single-A Cedar Rapids August 7 and went 3-for-4 with a double and a walk in his first game with the Kernels...named Twins minor league Player of the Week August 25, hitting .391 (9-for-23) with two doubles, one home run, three RBI, three walks and six runs scored in six games.