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Mike Trout became a father for the first time this week when his wife, Jessica, delivered a boy. The proud papa made the worldwide reveal Saturday.Ignore the adorableness for a second; let’s take a closer look at that name. MORE: Players opting out of 2020 seasonBeckham (for David, Gordon or Tim?) . . . Aaron (got to be for Henry) . . . Trout. B.A.T. The Trouts’ firstborn son has “BAT” for his initials.And, as further proof baseball will be a big part of the lad’s early days, his face is already on a Baseball-Reference page/graphic.Dad may return from paternity leave as soon as Sunday.