Based on the 40 homers this year and the 45 he had in 2019 (his last full season), it seems that Trout is rounding into more of a power hitter. This could be good or bad depending on what you appreciate about his skill set. I for one am a bit disappointed that his average is down from his earlier years where he was consistently over .300. Also, he's basically given up on stealing bases. Now I'm not sure if that is own decision or handed down by management to keep him more healthy, but it is a bit disappointing. Even as he ages out of the 40+ SB territory, he still should be capable of stealing 20 or so. That was an exciting part of his game which I sorely miss.knightedsoldier5000, Yes, I saw this. I'm hoping this bodes well for Trout's future. Seeing he still has this kind of power despite his injuries and now 31 years, it seems he hasn't lost any strength. Hoping for another 10-12 years, so he can still make a run at one of the greatest players of all-time.