Trey signed a two-year Major League contract with the Cubs on Jan. 20, 2023 after spending his first six Major League seasons with Baltimore (2016-22) and Houston (2022)....Owns a .265 average (746-for-2,816) with 144 doubles, 11 triples, 125 home runs, 372 RBI and a .787 OPS in 752 career major league games....Won his first career World Series championship in 2022 as a member of the Houston Astros....Was traded from Baltimore to Houston, Aug. 1, 2022 as part of a three-team, five-player deal involving the Tampa Bay Rays....In 2021, was named the American League Comeback Player of the Year after missing the entire 2020 season... Participated in the Home Run Derby, finishing as the runner-up to Pete Alonso...hit 59 total home runs during the event....Was placed on the 60-day injured list on June 28, 2020 and missed the entire 2020 campaign after undergoing surgery for stage 3 colon cancer... Created #F16HT t-shirts in support of his fight against colon cancer, raising more than $80,000 to benefit the Colorectal Cancer Alliance... Completed chemotherapy in Nov. 2020 and was declared cancer free....Enjoyed a career year in 2019, setting career-marks in hits (175), doubles (38), home runs (35), RBI (97), runs (106) and walks (63)....Was named the A.L. Player of the Week for Sept. 16-22, 2019, batting .462 (12-for-26) with four doubles, two home runs and 10 RBI in six games during the week....Finished in third place in the 2017 A.L. Rookie of the Year voting... Among qualifying rookies, ranked first in hits (159) and multi-hit games (47), second in batting average (.293), third in slugging percentage (.488), fourth in OBP (.338), fifth in RBI (78) and tied for seventh in home runs (24)....Made his major league debut on Sept. 20, 2016 vs. Boston, hitting a solo home run in the bottom of the fifth inning that night... Homered in each of his first three Major League starts, becoming the third player in major league history (since 1913) to accomplish that feat (also Trevor Story and Carlos Quentin....In 2015, was named the Brooks Robinson Orioles Minor League Player of the Year after leading all of Minor League baseball with 182 hits....Earned 2013 New York-Penn League and 2014 South Atlantic League Mid-Season All-Star honors....Was selected by the Orioles in the eighth round in the 2013 First-Year Player Draft....Attended Notre Dame University and graduated from Winter Haven High School (Fla.).
Trey in 2022 split the season between Baltimore and Houston, batting a combined .239 (124-for-519) with 23 doubles, one triple, 18 home runs and 63 RBI in 143 games....Played in 92 games for the Orioles, batting .268 (95-for-354) with 16 doubles, one triple, 10 home runs and 41 RBI....Tallied his second-career walk-off hit (RBI single), July 8 vs. Los Angeles (A.L.) ...Was traded to Houston as part of a three-team, five-player deal with Tampa Bay, Aug. 1....Recorded eight home runs and 22 RBI in 51 regular season games as a member of the Astros....Aug. 3 vs. Boston, homered for his first hit as an Astro....Aug. 5 at Cleveland, went 2-for-5 with two home runs and five RBI... STATS noted that he became the first player in Astros history to homer for each one of his first three hits with the team... Since he homered in his first two starts as an Oriole in 2016, he became the first player to homer in each of his first two starts with his first two MLB teams (STATS)... Appeared in eight postseason games, making six starts (one at 1B, five at designated hitter).
Named the Orioles’ 2021 nominee for the prestigious Roberto Clemente Award...Made his fourth career Opening Day roster...His appearance on Opening Day on 4/2 at BOS marked his first regular-season game since 9/29/19 at BOS; missed the entirety of the 2020 season after being diagnosed with stage III colon cancer in March of 2020 and being placed on the 60-day IL on 6/28/20...Hit career home runs No. 99 and 100 on 6/20 vs. TOR; became the fastest player in Orioles history, who began their career with Baltimore, to reach 100 career home runs (531 games)…Is the 28th player in franchise history to hit 100 career home runs in an Orioles uniform...Has hit at least 20 home runs in four consecutive seasons; his four seasons with at least 20 homers are tied for ninth in franchise history (since 1954)…Appeared in 147 of Baltimore’s 162 games (90.7%): 77 at 1B (75 GS), 68 as the DH (67 GS) and four as a pinch-hitter...Had his best month of the season in May, when he slashed .320/.405/.588 (31-for-97) with 14 extra-base hits (6 HR, 8-2B), 18 runs, 25 RBI and 13 walks in 26 games; his .993 OPS in May ranked sixth in the AL...Ranked tied for third on the team with two multi-homer games; his 38 multi-hit games ranked second on the Orioles behind Cedric Mullins (46)…His home run on 7/25 vs. WSH traveled 455 ft., the farthest home run by an O’s batter in 2021, according to Statcast; led the O’s with a 42.0 hard-hit rate...Had an .853 OPS at home compared to a .660 OPS on the road...Drew a walk in career-high eight-straight games from 9/3-14, tied for the sixth-longest streak in Orioles history and marked the longest streak by an O’s batter since Brian Roberts also drew a walk in eight-straight games from 9/9-17/09; the franchise record is 10 games (3x, last: Ken Singleton, 9/16-27/78)…Tallied an extra-base hit in career-long six-straight games (7/21-28)..Tallied a season-high four hits and a career-high-tying five RBI on 5/19 vs. TB...Participated in the 36th MLB Home Run Derby and finished as the runner-up behind New York-NL’s Pete Alonso; he became the first O’s participant since Mark Trumbo in 2016 and the 17th O’s participant in Home Run Derby history, and his 59 home runs are the most by an O’s batter in Home Run Derby history.
Placed on the 60-day IL on 6/28 and missed the entire 2020 season due to recovery from colon cancer surgery...Proceeds of the #F16HT t-shirt sales, created in support of his fight against colon cancer, totaled more than $80,000 to benefit the Colorectal Cancer Alliance.
Led the Orioles in doubles (38), home runs (35), RBI (97), extra-base hits (75), total bases (322), OBP (.364), slugging (.535), and OPS (.899)...Set career-highs in hits, doubles, home runs, runs scored (106), RBI, and walks (63)...Ranked second among AL outfielders in extra-base hits and total bases, third in runs scored, tied for third in hits, fourth in doubles, fifth in multi-hit games, sixth in RBI, seventh in home runs, and eighth in OPS...Became the 10th different player (15th time) in Orioles history to record a season with at least 30 doubles, 30 home runs, and 100 runs scored...Became the seventh Oriole in team history to record a season with at least 35 doubles and at least 35 home runs...Recorded the seventh season in Orioles history with at least 175 hits and 35 home runs; the fifth different player to do so (Manny Machado: 2x, Rafael Palmeiro: 2x, Albert Belle, and Frank Robinson)...Joined teammate Jonathan Villar to become the first set of Orioles teammates to each score over 100 runs in the same season since 2015 (Chris Davis and Manny Machado)...One of six players in the majors, three in the AL (Alex Bregman and Matt Chapman), to finish the season with at least 35 doubles and at least 35 home runs...Named AL Player of the Week (9/16-22), his first career Player of the Week award; .462/.484/.846 (12-for-26), 4-2B, 2 HR, 4 R, 10 RBI, 6 G ...Named Most Valuable Oriole by members of the local media...Named the Orioles Heart and Hustle Award winner by MLBPAA...Had a season-high 11-game hitting streak from 9/13-24, batting .471 (24-for-51) in this span...Recorded a career-high five hits on 9/24 at TOR; the fourth different Oriole to have a five-hit game during the season...Hit six home runs in the Orioles first 12 games of the season; tied with Frank Robinson (1969) and Chris Davis (2013) for the most in team history...Hit .355/.405/.618 (39-for-110) in 28 games in March/April; his 39 hits were tied for the AL lead and his 23 runs scored were second-most during this span • Hit .365/.433/.615 (38-for-104) with eight doubles, six home runs, 17 runs, and 23 RBI in 26 games during September; ranked second in the majors in hits and tied for fifth in RBI during the month...Hit safely in 25 of his final 29 games (8/28-9/29), batting .374 (43-for-115) in this stretch...Batted .323 (42-for-130) with 11 home runs and 32 runs scored in the first inning; his 32 runs scored were the second-most in the majors, while his 42 hits were tied for fourth-most and his 11 home runs tied for fifth-most...According to Statcast, his 28 home runs hit off of a fastball were the second-most in the AL in 2019 (Jorge Soler, KC - 31), and were the fifth-most in the majors...According to InsideEdge, he led the majors in slugging percentage (.900) on fastballs away in 2019; league average was .487...Recorded two multi-home run games during the season (7/17 vs. WSH and 7/21 vs. BOS); were the sixth and seventh of his career...Batted .365/.460/.703 (27-for-74) with 15 extra-base hits against BOS; his hits and extra-base hits were the most by an opponent against the Red Sox in 2019...Led the Orioles with 25 multi-RBI games...Doubled in four-straight games from 4/12-15 for the first time in his career...Saw a career-high 4.00 pitches/plate appearance...Batted .333/.405/.599 (69-for-207) with 12 home runs and 42 RBI with two outs
Led the Orioles in home runs (24), triples (3), runs (69), and walks (44); tied for the team lead in extra-base hits (50)...Tied for the team-lead in outfield assists with eight, and finished tied for 12th in the AL...Matched his career-high for a single-season (2017) with his 24th home run of the year on 9/26 at BOS (G1)...His 70 hits after the All-Star Break ranked tied for the 10th-most in the AL... Scored a run in four-straight games (4/15-19) for the first time in his career...Hit his first career lead-off home run on 4/29 vs. DET; the Orioles first lead-off home run of 2018... Drove in his 100th career RBI in his 200th career game on 5/24 at CWS...Hit a two-run double in the ninth inning on 8/8 at TB; his second career go-ahead hit in the ninth inning-or-later (walk-off three-run HR on 6/7/17 vs. PIT, 11th inning)...Reached base safely a career-high five times (2 1B, HR, 2 BB) on 8/11 vs. BOS (G2)...Recorded an RBI in a career-high-tying six-straight games (8/26-9/1)...Scored multiple runs in three-straight games (8/27-29) for the first time in his career...Recorded his first multi-home run game of the season on 9/14 vs. CWS, the fifth of his career.
Finished third in American League Rookie of the Year balloting...Had a 17-game hitting streak from 9/11-29, the longest by a rookie in Orioles history (since 1954) and the longest since Brian Roberts recorded hits in 15 straight (6/22-7/12/01)...Finished tied for eighth in the AL with a .340 batting average (36-for-106) with RISP (57 RBI)...Ranked fifth on the Orioles with 19 RBI in the seventh inning or later... Among qualifying rookies, he ranked first in hits (159) and multi-hit games (47), second in batting average (.293), third in SLG (.488), fourth in OBP (.338), fifth in RBI (78), and tied for seventh in home runs (24)...Became the seventh Oriole to hit 20 home runs in a rookie season and the first since Cal Ripken, Jr. had 28 in 1982...Hit 14 home runs before the All-Star break, the most homers by an Orioles rookie before the All-Star break in club history...Became the first Oriole in club history to homer five times within his first 10 career games... Joined Curt Blefary (10 in 1965) as the only Oriole with 10-or-more RBI in first 10 career games...Hit eight home runs over his first 17 career games in the majors, matching the Major League record for most homers in his first 17 games (Carlos Delgado and Trevor Story)... Hit 10 home runs over his first 26 career Major League games...Only George Scott and Gary Sánchez (11 each) had hit more over their first 26 career games, according to ESPN Stats & Info...Made his first professional start in right field on 4/5 vs. TOR...Made his first professional start in left field on 4/11 at BOS...Made his first Major League appearance at first base on 4/16 at TOR...According to the Elias Sports Bureau, became the fourth rookie since 1876 to have two multi-homer games in April, joining Carlos May (CWS, 1969), José Abreu (CWS, 2014), and Trevor Story (COL, 2016)...Hit a pinch-hit, game-tying, two-run home run in the ninth inning and a walk-off, three-run home run in the 11th inning on 6/7 vs. PIT...Became the second rookie in Major League history to hit a game-tying homer in the ninth inning-or-later and a walk-off homer in the same game, joining Joe Crede on 8/27/02...Became the first player in the majors to log at least five RBI in the ninth inning or later since Nelson Cruz (9/7/14)...Is the third player in the Expansion ERA (since 1961) with at least five RBI in a game in which he did not enter until the ninth inning or later (Harold Baines and Adam LaRoche)...Is the second player in the Expansion Era to hit a ninth-inning, game-tying home run as a pinch hitter and a walk-off home run in extra innings, joining Brian McCann on 5/17/11... Became the second rookie in Orioles history to hit a game-tying home run in the ninth inning or later and a walk-off homer in the same game, joining Mike Young on 5/28/87...According to STATS, LLC., became the first player in Orioles history with a pinch-hit home run in the ninth inning-or-later and then another home run in the same game...Became the third player in Orioles history to hit a home run in the ninth inning and homer again in extra-innings of the same game, joining Boog Powell (8/15/66) and Eddie Murray (9/14/80).
Became the third player in Major League history (since 1913) to homer in each of his first three Major League starts (also Trevor Story, four starts from 4/4-8/16; Carlos Quentin, three starts from 7/20-25/06)... Had his contract selected from Triple-A Norfolk on 9/18...Made his Major League debut on 9/20 vs. BOS as the designated hitter...Hit a solo home run (first Major League hit) in the bottom of the ffth inning of his Major League debut on 9.20 vs. BOS (off E. Rodriguez)... According to STATS, LLC., became the ninth player in Orioles history to homer for his first Major League hit (last: Nick Markakis on 4/5/06)...Became the first Oriole to homer in his Major League debut since Jonathan Schoop on 9.25.13 (Schoop's second career hit)...Became the third Oriole to slug a home run in his Major League debut (also Schoop and Larry Haney on 7/27/66)...Non-roster invitee in Spring Training with the Orioles...Hit .143 (2-for-14) with two RBI in 12 Spring Training games...Batted .282..357..458 (154-for-546) with 26 doubles, five triples, 20 home runs, and 68 RBI over 142 games between Double-A Bowie and Triple-A Norfolk...Named the Orioles Minor League Player of the Month in April and June...Led Triple-A Norfolk with 48 walks...Appeared on the Orioles 2016 AL Wild Card Game roster...Entered 2016 ranked as a top Orioles prospects according to Baseball America (No. 8), Baseball Prospectus (No. 6), and MLB.com (No. 6).
Named the Brooks Robinson Orioles Minor League Player of the Year...One of five finalists for the USA Today Minor League Baseball Player of the Year honor after leading all of MiLB with 182 hits...Selected to Baseball America’s Minor League Second Team...Rated as the No. 16 prospect in the Carolina League and the No. 18 prospect in the Eastern League by Baseball America after the season...Named a MiLB.com Organization All-Star...Led all Orioles Minor League hitters in the triple crown categories with a .341 batting average, 21 home runs, and 89 RBI...Began the season with Class A-Advanced Frederick...Recorded a seven-game hitting streak (.533, 16-for-30) from 5/20-27...Hit safely in 23-of-26 games with the Keys, batting .392/.431/.618 (40-for-102) with eight doubles, five home runs, and 16 RBI from 5/6-6/2...Chosen as the CL Player of the Month for May after batting .362/.403/.578 (42-for-116) in 29 games that month...Selected as the Organization Player of the Month in May, June (.365/.407/.703), and August (.357/.408/.598)...Debuted with Double-A Bowie on 6/5...Awarded the EL batting title with an adjusted batting average of .330 and the EL slugging percentage title with an adjusted mark of .538...Finished fourth in the EL with 45 extra-base hits despite playing in only 84 games for Bowie...Named the EL Player of the Week on 6/21: .444 (8-for-18), 2-2B, 1-3B, 1 HR, 4 R, 4 RBI, 6 G...Tied for Bowie’s club lead with 35 multi-hit games...Logged a season-high three extra-base hits (two doubles and a home run) on 7/18 vs. Harrisburg...Batted .337 (138-for-410) vs. right-handers and .358 (44-for-123) vs. left-handers...Recorded a season-high four hits in a game twice with the Baysox (8/6 at Binghamton and 9/6 at Erie)...Drew two walks and scored two runs in Bowie’s decisive Game 5 win over Reading in the Eastern League Championship Series.
Named a South Atlantic League Mid-Season All-Star...Posted a 17-game hitting streak, 5/22-6/6, during which he hit .429 (30-for-70), including 11 multi-hit games...Hit .375 (18-for-48) against left-handers...Batted .373 (44-for-118) over 30 May games...Hit .358 (29-for-81) with RISP and .329 (46-for-140) with runners on base as a Shorebird...Batted .306 (15-for-49) with runners on base and two outs for the Keys.
Named the Topps/Minor League Baseball Player of the Year for the Short-Season A New York-Penn League...Set single-season franchise records in hits (84) and batting average (.328), both good for second in the NYPL...Tied for third in the league in runs scored (43) and finished with the league’s fourth-highest on-base percentage (.382)...Named a NYPL Mid-Season All-Star.