Mike Trout celebrated his 26th birthday by recording the 1,000th hit of his Major League career on Monday night.
Trout hit a double in the fourth inning against the Baltimore Orioles.
"It means a lot," Trout said. "A lot of milestones with hits. You see [Adrian] Beltre, he just hit his 3,000th. Pretty incredible. I felt pretty good. I just wanted to get it over with. A lot of people talking about it."
Trout is the 11th player to reach the milestone while playing for the Los Angeles Angels.
He is the fourth player to reach the 1,000-hit, 500-run and 500-walk milestones by his age-25 season, joining Hall of Famers Mel Ott, Jimmie Foxx and Mickey Mantle.