Get Your Boom Boom Trey Mancini Shirt Here

Trey Mancini BOOM BOOM t-shirt.

Trey Mancini AKA “Boom Boom” has been off to quite the tear to start 2017. After homering twice in two separate games already this season, he has tied Trevor Story and Dino Restelli for most home runs through a player’s first 12 career MLB games with seven.

Last year, of course, upon being called up, he became the fourth Oriole to hit a home run for his first career hit, after Larry Haney, Nick Markakis, and Jonathan Schoop. He was the 20th major leaguer to homer in each of his first two starts. He was the third player to homer in each of his first three starts.

Boom Boom indeed.

And tonight, he’s leading off! Quite a whirlwind start for the youngster.

Now, thanks to our friends at Breaking T, you can support BOOM BOOM with this awesome new MLBPA-approved shirt:

Trey Mancini Boom Boom Logo.

Click Here to Buy

This isn’t our first rodeo with Breaking T. They’ve brought us some great shirts in the past, including Dealin’ Bundy, Great Britton (down to very limited sizes on those shirts. We’ll talk to them about maybe printing some more) and Manny Mashado (sold out).

Breaking T shirts are high-quality, very comfortable, and look great. Our usual disclaimer goes as follows: if you’re deciding between two sizes, though the 60/40 cotton/poly blend doesn’t shrink much (and feels great), go with the larger of the two.

Get your BOOM BOOM Mancini shirt today! Hurry, before Trey goes…

again.

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Derek Arnold
RSR/ESR Senior Editor. Derek is originally from and a current resident of Pasadena, MD. He’s a graduate of UMBC and has been a lifelong Baltimore sports fan. In 2007 he founded B’More Birds’ Nest, where he wrote about the Ravens and Orioles before joining RSR in 2012. Derek tells anyone...more

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