Trey Mancini is a first baseman and outfielder for the Baltimore Orioles. He made his MLB debut in 2016. His nickname Boomer, originally “Boom Boom” after Ray Mancini, had morphed into its current form when he enrolled at the University of Notre Dame
In early 2020, Mancini was Tom’s that he had stage 3 colon cancer. He underwent chemotherapy for six months, and in November of 2020 he became cancer free. Because of this, he missed the entire 2020 season. Mancini was given a standing ovation by the Orioles crowd prior to his first at-bat of the season in Baltimore.
One great thing Mancini has going for him is that he is dating NBC Sports analyst, Sara Perlman. If you have not seen her before, be sure to check her out below!
In other baseball news, MLB Hall of Famer Ken Griffey Jr had the following to say about Seattle Mariners rookie Jarred Kelenic and is slow start to the season: