The Angels Monday announced their 2010 Organizational Players of the Year
Ryan Cavinder - Media Relations Representative
Mark Trumbo (INF) was named the Angels Minor League Player of the Year. Trumbo, a 2010 PCL All-Star, batted .301 with 36 home runs, 122 RBI and 103 runs scored in 139 games with the Salt Lake Bees. The Anaheim native’s 36 home runs set a Bees franchise record and led all of the minor leagues while his 122 RBI and 103 runs scored led the Pacific Coast League. Trumbo spent final month of season with the Angels, collecting his first big league hit on October 3rd at Texas.
Tyler Chatwood (RHP) was named Angels Minor League Pitcher of the Year. Chatwood finished the season with a combined 13-9 record with one shutout and a 2.84 ERA (155.1 IP – 49 ER) in 27 games (26 starts) between Rancho Cucamonga, Arkansas and Salt Lake.
Gabriel Jacobo (INF) was named Angels Minor League Defensive Player of the Year. Jacobo posted a .998 fielding percentage, committing just two errors in 118 games (1,151 total chances). The first baseman had 1,073 putouts and 76 assists along with 90 double plays. He owns a career .997 fielding percentage in three professional seasons.