In the Angels' regular-season finale against the Athletics in Oakland on Wednesday, the three-time AL MVP hit a home run that was an incredible bomb, giving him a total of 40 taters for the year.
The spectacular explosion, which Statcast first predicted to have traveled 452 feet, was later determined to have really traveled an estimated 490 feet.
Trout's round-tripper, according to MLB's Andrew Simon, broke a number of records for the Statcast era, which started in 2015.
It was the longest home run of Trout's career, the biggest home run ever recorded by an Angels player, and the longest home run of 2022 hit outside of Coors Field in Denver.
After the tape-measure smash, Trout lingered at home plate for a while before starting his celebratory lap of the bases.
The 31-year-old superstar's 40th huge fly was a fitting end to a comeback season after he was injured in 2021 and could only play in 36 games.