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Trey Mancini is a sportsman who plays as a professional baseball first baseman and outfielder for Major League Baseball’s (MLB) Baltimore Orioles.

The Orioles promoted Mancini to the major leagues on September 18, 2016, during September call-ups.

On September 20, in his significant association debut as the assigned hitter against the Boston Red Sox, he hit a grand slam against Eduardo Rodríguez in his second at-bat.

The home run made Mancini the fourth Orioles player to hit a homer for their first Major League hit after Larry Haney (1966), Nick Markakis (2006), and Jonathan Schoop (2013).

Mancini began again two evenings later and hit his subsequent professional homer, a three-run homer off David Price.

He turned into the twentieth player in major league history to hit a grand slam in his initial two beginnings.

He turned into the third player in major league history to homer in their initial three beginnings, after he hit a performance homer against the Arizona Diamondbacks on September 24.

Trey Mancini Parents: Meet Tony Mancini and Beth Mancini, Trey Mancini’s Parents

Tony Mancini and Beth Mancini are the parents of baseball player Trey Mancini. His parents were in attendance to watch this his first MLB home run.

According to reports, his father Tony wanted him to become a medical doctor.

Positively, when Beth joined her 4-year-old for T-ball, she never envisioned that she was seeing her child’s initial steps into what might be his calling.

Trey was just supposed to get some healthy exercise and learn about team sports.