Grisham grew up in Fort Worth and attended Richland High School in North Richland Hills, Texas.
As a freshman, he participated in baseball and football. In his junior year, Grisham he hit .441 with 10 home runs and .552 with three home runs.
Grisham hit .538 with a .923 slugging percentage, 24 runs batted in (RBI), and ten stolen bases in 12 games with the 18-under Club USA team.
After high school, Grisham committed to play college baseball at Texas Tech University. Grisham was regarded as one of the top prospects in the 2015 MLB draft.
The Brewers traded Grisham, Zach Davies, and cash considerations or a player to be named later to the San Diego Padres on November 27, 2019, in exchange for Luis Uras and Eric Lauer.
Grisham recorded his first career multi-home run game on August 22, 2020, hitting home runs in the first and second innings against Houston Astros pitcher Brandon Bielak.
Grisham hit his third home run of the game against Joe Biagini in the seventh inning, his first career three-homer game and the first Padres three-homer game since Hunter Renfroe on June 14, 2019.
Grisham hit .251/.352/.456 with 10 home runs and 26 RBIs in 59 games during the abbreviated 2020 season.
He also led the National League in outfield putouts with 134 and won the National League Gold Glove Award as a center fielder.
What Is Trent Grisham’s Real Name?
Trenton Marcus Clark was Trenton Grisham’s first legal name. In 2017, he changed his surname to Grisham which is his mother’s surname.