SAN DIEGO >> Mike Trout added an honor that didn’t even exist before.
Trout was named on Tuesday to the All-MLB team, a new honor that recognizes players for their full-season performance, regardless of league.
The honorees were selected by a panel of media members, broadcasters and former players, along with fan voting.
Trout, who won his third MVP award this season, hit .291 with 45 homers and a 1.083 OPS.
Trout was joined among the outfielders on the first-team by the Dodgers’ Cody Bellinger and the Milwaukee Brewers Christian Yelich.