Trevor John Story and his fianceé, Mallie, reside in the Dallas area during the offseason ... Son of Ken and Teddie … has an older brother, Tyler ... Graduated from Irving High School in Irving, Texas … committed to Louisiana State University before being drafted in 2011 ... Enjoys playing golf in his free time ... Played baseball as a kid with Josh Bell (Pirates) and played against his current teammate, Pat Valaika ... Twitter handle is @Tstory2 … Instagram is @trevv4.
Led all National League shortstops with 81 RBI … second among NL shortstops with 23 home runs ... His 11 defensive runs saved ranked second-most in MLB among shortstops, behind Andrelton Simmons … ranked sixth among NL position players with 1.8 defensive WAR … among NL shortstops ranked third in total chances (610), second in assists (408), second in double plays (101) and second in fielding percentage (.982) ... Batted .224 (57-for-255) with 11 doubles, 11 home runs and 35 RBI in 75 games in the first half … in 70 games after the All-Star break, batted .254 (63-for-271) with 21 doubles, 13 home runs and 47 RBI ... Led the National League with 191 strikeouts, the most in franchise history ... Recorded at least one hit in 20 of his last 23 starts of the season starting on Sept. 5, batting .293 (27-for-92) over that span with eight doubles, two triples, six home runs and 19 RBI ... Career-long 10-game hitting streak from Sept. 9-19 ... Recorded a career-high six RBI on Aug. 16 vs. Atlanta, along with his only multi-home run game of the season ... First career grand slam on April 21 vs. San Francisco … first career pinch-hit home run on June 16 vs. San Francisco ... Made his first career postseason appearance in the NL Wild Card Game at Arizona and went 2-for-4 with two runs scored and a solo home run.
Led all Major League rookies with 27 home runs and tied with 72 RBI in his rookie season, despite having his season cut short by a torn ligament in his left thumb...His 27 home runs were the most for a rookie shortstop in NL history and the second-most by any Rockies rookie in franchise history, behind Wilin Rosario's 28 home runs in 2012...His 27 home runs led the National League prior to his injury … ranked fifth in the NL with 72 RBI...Prior to his injury, led all MLB rookies in home runs, RBI, extra-base hits (52) and slugging percentage (.567) and tied for first in walks (35) … ranked second in runs (67), total bases (211) and WAR (4.7), third in doubles (21) and fourth in hits (101)...Named the NL Rookie of the Month for April after hitting 10 home runs and recording 20 RBI … the 10 home runs in April were tied for the most in MLB history for a rookie (Jose Abreu, 2014) and were the most in NL history by a rookie...Won National League Player of the Week honors for the first week of the season (April 4-10) … joined Fernando Valenzuela of the Los Angeles Dodgers as the only National League rookies to be named the Player of the Week for the first week of the season since the award's inception in 1974...Was once again named the NL Player of the Week, for the week of July 18-24, after batting .478 (11-for-23) with 10 runs, one double, six home runs, 12 RBI, four walks and two stolen bases...Hit 10 home runs and collected 20 RBI in April … had eight home runs and 22 RBI in July … hit .284 (25-for- 88) in June … batted .288 (23-for-80) in July...Batted .357 (25-for-70) with seven home runs and 18 RBI against NL East opponents over 21 games...Had six homers and 18 RBI vs. Arizona … four homers and nine RBI vs. Arizona...Hit a home run in four straight games to begin the season, tied for the longest streak in Major League history (Chris Davis, 2013; Nelson Cruz, 2011; Mark McGwire, 1998; Willie Mays, 1971) … is the only Major League player in history to hit home runs in his first four career games...Recorded two home runs off Zack Greinke in his Opening Day debut, the first player in Major League history to hit two home runs in a Major League debut on Opening Day...Batted .333 (9-for-27) with seven runs, seven home runs and 12 RBI, hitting safely in his first six big league games...Hit .338 (23-for-68) with 20 runs, three doubles, eight home runs and 20 RBI from July 7-30, including a season-high four hits on July 23.
Split the season between Double-A New Britain and Triple-A Albuquerque, where he made his Triple-A debut and played 61 games for the Isotopes ... was added to the Rockies 40-man roster Nov. 20. Began the year with New Britain and batted .281 (72-for-256) with 46 runs, 20 doubles, six triples, 10 home runs, 40 RBIs, 35 walks and 73 strikeouts in 69 games. Hit .361 (26-for-72) with four doubles, two triples and four homers in April … drove in 20 runs. Was promoted to Triple-A Albuquerque June 30 and made his Triple-A debut July 1 … played 61 games with Albuquerque, where he hit .277 (71-for-256) in 61 games … hit eight homers in July. Was a Baseball America Double-A All-Star and Futures Game selection for the first time. Was invited to his first Major League Spring Training.
Played in 108 games across three levels and batted .263 (104-for-396) with 69 runs, 26 doubles, eight triples, 14 home runs and 48 RBI ... Began the year with High-A Modesto, where he played 50 games … hit .332 (61-for-184) with 38 runs, 17 doubles, seven triples, five home runs and 28 RBI ... Promoted to Double-A Tulsa June 27 and finished the season there … played in 56 games with 43 starts at shortstop … hit .200 (41-for-205) with 29 runs, eight doubles, one triple, nine home runs and 20 RBI.
Played the entire season with High-A Modesto as their primary shortstop ... Played in 125 games at short with 123 starts … also played four games at third base ... Was named the ninth-best Rockies prospect by Baseball America and also received "Best Defensive Infielder" and "Best Infield Arm" recognition.
Started 84 games as the primary shortstop for Low-A Asheville ... Led the Colorado system in doubles (43) and runs scored (96), and finished fifth in the South Atlantic League with 18 home runs ... Named a South Atlantic League Post-Season All-Star and MiLB.com Organization All-Star ... Baseball America ranked him as the third-best Rockies prospect.
Made his professional debut with Rookie Level Casper ... Was named the Pioneer League Player of the Week for the week of Aug. 15-22, after batting .320 (8-for-25) with eight runs, eight hits, 12 walks, three home runs, nine RBI, four walks and seven strikeouts ... Was named the Pioneer League's top prospect following the season by Baseball America.