The parents of Alan Ray Trejo are Ray and Elsa Trejo. For 13 years, his father was the varsity basketball coach at Roosevelt High School in Los Angeles.
The three-time All-CIF Division 3 First-Team selection attended Warren High School in Downey, California, where Alan was raised.
He majored in aeronautical engineering while a student at San Diego State University. He spent the majority of his time at second base for SDSU but also had 21 appearances on the mound, recording a 3.97 ERA (22.2 IP, 10 ER).
During his first Major League season, Alan participated in 28 games for the Rockies. On April 10, the Rockies picked his contract from the Alternative Training Site, making it his first time playing.
The same day, with the Rockies trailing San Francisco by one run in the ninth inning and Alan pinch-hitting, Alan made his Major League debut.
Over the course of eight starts with Colorado, Alan batted .148 (4-for-27), tallying three runs scored, one double, two RBI, three walks, and nine strikeouts.
At second base and shortstop, he made six starts each. Alan Went 6-for-19 (.316) overall and 4-for-11 (.364) while pinch-hitting.
He had three different periods with the Rockies: April 10-May 19, June 1–9, and August 17–23. In 90 games at Triple-A Albuquerque, Alan had a .278/.324/.569 batting line.
Who Drafted Alan Trejo?
Alan Trejo was drafted by the Colorado Rockies. He was drafted in the 16th round of the 2017 MLB June Amateur Draft.