The Angels announced the plans Tuesday, and the team will unveil the 6-foot-2 Trout bobblehead at the Music Garden/Trout Farm area at 5 p.m. PT before Friday's game against the Rangers.
Last year, after two consecutive seasons as a runner-up to Miguel Cabrera, Trout became the first unanimous AL MVP Award winner since Ken Griffey Jr. in 1997, and the third-youngest player to win the award. Trout -- also one week removed from being the first back-to-back All-Star Game MVP Award winner in history -- joined Don Baylor and Vladimir Guerrero as players to win the AL MVP Award in an Angels uniform.
"I think it's going to be cool," Trout said of the life-size bobblehead. "I can't wait to see it."
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