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1985-1987: Three-time All-Baltimore County selection at Woodlawn High School stealing over 100 bases during that span.

1986-1987: Two-time All-Metro selection

1988: MEAC Freshman of the Year

1988-1991: A four-time All-MEAC outfielder while attending Howard University breaking the school record for stolen bases.

1988: Oriolander All-Star game MVP; a game once played with prospective Baltimore Orioles draft talent for the upcoming year.

1989: Member of the Baltimore Johnny’s Amateur Baseball Team chosen to represent the USA in the 1989 World Baseball Tournament (placing 2nd) where he hit the game winning homerun against Cuba, the first time the Cuban team had been defeated in the tournament.

1990-1991: two-time 1st Team All-Mid Atlantic Met Collegiate Team selection.

1990-1991: Howard University Team MVP

1991: MEAC Conference Player of the Year

1991: Drafted by the Milwaukee Brewers
Arizona League All-Star as an outfielder batting .332
Arizona League MVP
TOPPS’ Baseball Cards George M. Trautman Award Winner for Minor League Player of the Year

1992: Among Midwest League leaders in doubles
Voted one of the Milwaukee Brewers top 20 Minor League Prospects

1993: Optioned to the AA Rio Grande Valley Whitewings of the Texas-Louisiana League making the mid-season All-Star Team as A DH leading the team in stolen bases and RBI’s.

1995: Signed by the Houston Astros but never played due to complications from a third reconstructive surgery on his throwing shoulder. Has a career professional batting average of .295.

2014: Voted to Baltimore’s 1980’s High School Baseball All-Decade Team by PressBox Publications, Inc.

Trini has scouted for the Atlanta Braves and Detroit Tigers, was one of the head baseball trainers at Ripken’s Sports Acceleration and has been an a coach at Howard University, Woodlawn High School, McDonogh and was the Head JV baseball coach at Pikesville High.