Who is Captain America? Mike Trout leads Team USA's unofficial rotating cast at World Baseball Classic

Captain America is a fictional superhero in Marvel Comics, created by Joe Simon and Jack Kirby in 1941.

He is also known as Steve Rogers, a scrawny but patriotic young man who was transformed into a super-soldier during World War II.

 Captain America possesses enhanced strength, agility, and endurance, as well as a vibranium shield which he uses in combat.

Mike Trout is a professional baseball player and the center fielder for the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim.

 He has won numerous awards and accolades for his performance, including being named the American League MVP three times.

The World Baseball Classic is an international baseball tournament held every four years.

It features teams from around the world, with players from both Major League Baseball and other professional leagues.

Team USA has a rotating cast of players for the World Baseball Classic, with Mike Trout leading the team as one of its star players.

Trout's skills as a center fielder and batter make him a valuable asset to the team, and he is widely regarded as one of the best players in the world.

The World Baseball Classic allows players to represent their countries and compete on a global stage, adding an extra level of excitement to the sport.

Despite being an unofficial team, Team USA has had success in the tournament, reaching the championship game in 2017 before ultimately falling to Team Puerto Rico.

Overall, the World Baseball Classic showcases some of the best talent in the sport and provides fans with thrilling moments and exciting games.